Winter snow, discount travel packages draw tourists north2018-12-11
Winter tourism is expected to boom this season as snow-themed activities and greater discounts have been made available to travelers, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism said.
New drug combination offers breakthrough for breast cancer patients2018-12-07
Australian researchers on Friday said they have successfully combined two cancer drugs, offering a breakthrough in the treatment of women with metastatic breast cancer.
Money no longer predominates job choice: survey2018-12-05
The latest survey showed that high salaries and good welfare are no longer priorities for China's college and university graduates when job hunting, the China Youth Daily reported Wednesday.
Stem cells do not exist in adult hearts: study2018-12-04
A study published on Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reached a disappointing conclusion: heart steam cells that might have repaired the heart muscle after a heart attack did not exist in adults.
Courts vow to fight dishonesty in workplace2018-12-04
Beijing courts vowed on Monday to fight dishonest behavior in employment disputes, aiming to uphold justice and help improve the relationship between employers and employees.
1,000-year-old ink painting sells for $59.2m2018-11-29
An 11th-century Chinese ink painting fetched HK$463.6 million ($59.2 million) at a Christie's sale in Hong Kong on Monday night, making it one of the most expensive of all classic Chinese paintings and works of calligraphy sold at auction.
U020181129331405664093.jpg Gene scientists debate ethics of experiment2018-11-29
The National Health Commission and the Ministry of Science and Technology issued a statement on Wednesday saying they are paying a lot of attention to the case of two gene-edited babies.
Invention helps to set proper doses of antibiotics2018-11-27
Chinese scientists have developed a prototype instrument to quickly determine the level of antibiotic resistance in cells infecting a patient, thereby allowing more precise administration of the drugs.
'Iron men' walk in high-tech skeletons2018-11-27
Two physically challenged men in wearable exoskeleton robotic equipment walked through some of China's most famous sites on a nine-day journey to Beijing from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
E-tickets for fast trains to go national2018-11-27
All high-speed railway stations across the country will allow passengers to check in without a paper ticket next year, China Railway Corp said.
Gene editing experiment generates controversy2018-11-27
A Chinese scientist's attempt to produce the world's first gene-edited babies who are immune to HIV has sparked heated controversy among those in academia and the public.
China's tech boom inspires sci-fi writers2018-11-26
What will happen if China sends high-speed trains the size of a leviathan to travel along the Belt and Road routes? Will it lead to the rise of previously lackluster inland cities?
China's senior citizens embrace mobile payment apps2018-11-26
For more than a decade, Ma Wansheng ran a small food stand in a night market in Lanzhou, capital city of Northwest China's Gansu province, providing local snacks for people working overtime or hitting the bar.
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