Huawei Technologies Co said it opposed Washington's decision to add another 46 of its affiliates to an export blacklist and called on the US government to put an end to unjust treatment to the company.
The cloned kitten "Garlic" was born on July 21 at the Sinogene Biotechnology Company in Beijing, believed to be the first successfully cloned cat in the country.The cloned kitten "Garlic" was born on July 21 at the Sinogene Biotechnology Company in Beijing, believed to be the first successfully cloned cat in the country.
A domestically developed ARJ21 jetliner completed a demonstration flight linking three areas in southwest China’s Yunnan Province on Monday.
Construction of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), the world's largest astronomical device, is expected to start next year, and China, one of the founding members, is preparing to build a regional data center and developing its reflector antennas.
A big data project is being developed in China and expected to provide voiceprint services to operate smart devices and make online transactions with higher security than fingerprints or facial recognition.
More than 243,100 Chinese people have signed up for a NASA mission to Mars, but only their names will get the chance to travel to the red planet.
Chinese tech giant Huawei urged the U.S. to put an end to unjust treatment and remove it from the "Entity List" after the U.S. Commerce Department added another 46 Huawei affiliates to the "Entity List," which restricts some U.S. companies from selling their products to Huawei, raising the total number to more than 100.
Editor's note: Some in the United States have been hyping up China's so-called forced technology transfer to tarnish China's image, but the international community and some in the US, its business circle in particular, have cast doubts over such accusations.
Huawei Technologies Co said on Monday that it opposes the U.S. Commerce Department's decision to add another 46 Huawei affiliates to the Entity List.
The robotics team consisting of four students from Tsinghua University and one from the University of Lincoln has won the first prize in the first International Competition for Autonomous Running Intelligent Robots held over the weekend in Beijing.
An unmanned delivery car with 5G wireless technology hit the roads in the city of Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu province over the weekend.
The Research Vessel "Tan Kah Kee" of China's renowned Xiamen University opened to the Malaysian public over the weekend, providing a window for some 1,000 visitors on marine science.
A meme featuring renowned artificial intelligence expert Kaifu-Lee smiling is made into four other memes showing immediate changes in different moods during the closing ceremony of DeeCamp, one of China's largest AI training camps, on Aug 16, 2019 in Beijing.
Electronics is one of the industries I cover as a reporter. I still remember the time when even technology experts found it difficult to explain what a chip is, except saying that chips are sophisticated components used in computers and other such devices. So, it's with wonder that I note now that the chip sector is a recurring topic in the public discourse in China.
Despite trade frictions, China's semiconductor industry should remain open to international cooperation and make more efforts to contribute to the development of the sector which is highly globalized, company executives and analysts said.
In 2018, its chip imports exceeded $300 billion for the first time, up from $260 billion in 2017, according to data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
China may see a major investment into the precision medicine sector by 2030 as the nation calling for more efforts in the sector, which would benefit startups and other internet-based healthcare companies a great deal, said industry experts.
The residents of a South China city could soon be commuting to work in autopiloted flying drone taxis after Guangzhou government signed an agreement with EHang, the website of the Economic Observer.
For the first time, Chinese scientists have demonstrated the experiment of transferring quantum information in a 3D state.
China has become a global powerhouse in nanoscience research and will continue to collaborate with other countries to maximize its potential, especially in sectors such as chemical engineering, biomedicine and electronics.
Longmen Grottoes in central China has been fully covered by 5G, the first tourist attraction in Henan Province to offer the next-generation technology service, according to the local administrative committee.
Smart Dragon 1 (SD 1), the newest model in China's carrier rocket family, conducted its maiden flight on Saturday in Northwest China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, ferrying three small satellites to the space.
Shanghai enacted its compulsory waste sorting law on July 1, and announced a plan to expand AI's application in trash sorting as part of the city's attempt to become a national and global leader in the technology.
China's first intelligent connected expressway in the eastern province of Shandong began automatic driving tests on Friday, according to Qilu Transportation Development Group.
China will allocate 21.03 billion yuan (about 2.99 billion U.S. dollars) to finance 41,752 science projects, the National Natural Science Foundation of China announced Friday.
Satellite remote sensing imagery with high resolution has been used in China's ongoing third national land survey, said officials Friday.
China’s smartphone owners installed 56 apps on average in the second quarter this year as the number of people using the mobile Internet reached 1.134 billion by the end of June, according to a report by Aurora Mobile, a leading mobile developer service provider in China.
Scientists of the German Alfred Wegener institute (AWI) have discovered microplastic particles in Alpine and Arctic ice, German media reported on Thursday.
A Chinese researcher and developer institution and an Indonesian agency announced a joint construction project on Thursday to install Earthquake Early Warning System (EEWS) in several locations, aiming at completing Indonesia's system which only serves for tsunami warning system at present.
Scientists in China and Poland have invented a laser-powered micro-robot that gets around by mimicking the adhesive locomotion of slugs and snails.