With a large number of sci-tech achievements in 2021, it's no easy task to select the top10 in China.
A Singaporean company claims to make the world's smartest mask with Project Hazel: a new reusable N95 respirator.
With a large number of sci-tech achievements in 2021, it's no easy task to select the top10 in the world.
China's annual grain production has exceeded 650 billion kg for seven consecutive years, with a bumper harvest in 18 consecutive years, according to National Bureau of Statistics.
The National Energy Administration announced that the installed capacity of power generators using renewable resources has exceeded one billion kW.
B?rge Brende, a Norwegian politician and diplomat serving as President of the World Economic Forum since 2017, said that more global cooperation is needed in facing global challenges like climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic and the loss of biodiversity.
The world's first interactive soft robot has been developed by the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Compared with industrial robots working on assembly lines, the interactive soft robot is designed to perform daily tasks, such as opening doors, pulling open drawers, cleaning glasses, and opening bottles.
As 2021 draws to a close, countries around the world are still struggling to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, despite the virus threat, the year has seen how technology, especially in China, is advancing all aspects of life on and away from the Earth.
The ASEAN-China Plan of Action for a Closer Partnership of Science, Technology and Innovation for Future (2021-2025) was endorsed.
The China Meteorological Administration released the country's first greenhouse gas observation network directory.
??? "This is a nano-level fight between humans and viruses, and the humans will eventually win."
The first and largest 5G smart hospital project in the ASEAN region launched.
Thea Kolsen Fischer recently published her personal experiences in Wuhan city in her book Virusdetektiven.