China plans to launch the Chang'e-5 lunar probe by the end of this year, a senior designer said at the ongoing 2020 China Space Conference in Fuzhou, capital of east China's Fujian Province, that will continue until September 21.
Chinese researchers reveals the world's first detailed structure of coronavirus
Recently, the research group of Zhejiang University and Tsinghua University in China jointly revealed the world's first analysis of the detailed three-dimensional structure of a real coronavirus, which is of great significance for an in-depth understanding of the biological characteristics of COVID-19 and the development of antiviral drugs.
WeChat Users Won’t Be Targeted by Trump’s Order, U.S. Says
WeChat users who download the Chinese app for personal or business communications won't be targeted by President Donald Trump's executive order that will prohibit using the app for some transactions, the U.S. said.
Hong Kong researchers successfully treat colorectal cancer with new robotic system
The Chinese University of Hong Kong announced that they successfully preformed the world's first colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) recently by using a newly developed flexible endoscopic robotic platform.
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Everything you need to know at Apple's 'Time Files' event
Apple on Tuesday announced a bunch of new hardware and some software.
Phosphine detected on Venus – An indicator of possible life?
Astronomers detect phosphine molecules in high cloud decks, speculating signs of life on Venus.
TikTok confirms submitting proposal to U.S. authority
TikTok on Monday (Sept.14) issued a statement to media, saying it had submitted a proposal to the U.S. administration
ByteDance rejects Microsoft's bid, to partner with Oracle
ByteDance abandoned the sale of TikTok in the United States on Sunday in pursuit of a partnership with Oracle Corp ORCL.N that it hopes will spare it a US ban.
Coronavirus | HK tech products charm world amid pandemic
The coronavirus has catapulted Hong Kong's high-tech anti-pandemic products onto the world stage, while boosting e-payment among local consumers, says Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang.
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Facebook to limit last-minute political ads in final US election push
Facebook Inc. said on Thursday (Sept. 3) it would stop accepting new political ads in the week before the U.S. election day on Nov. 3, in a series of moves the company billed as its final plan for reducing risks of misinformation and election interference.
Four Chinese COVID-19 vaccines undergoing phase-3 clinical trials
Four Chinese COVID-19 vaccine candidates have started international phase-3 clinical trials, according to the State Council joint prevention and control mechanism against COVID-19.
Tele-medicine will change our lives
Today, COVID-19 Pandemic has changed our lives and it is undeniable. Keeping social distance becomes a slogan, wearing a mask becomes a fashion, and avoid visiting medical facilities becomes a common sense.
Coronavirus | China approves emergency usage of COVID-19 vaccines, official says
A Chinese health official Saturday confirmed the country authorized emergency usage of COVID-19 vaccines developed by some select domestic companies.
China sends a new Earth observation satellite into space
China successfully launched a new Earth observation satellite, Gaofen-9 05, from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 10:27 a.m. on Sunday (Beijing Time), according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA).
Taiwan's first COVID-19 vaccine approved for clinical trial
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Taiwan announced the conditional approval of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Adimmune Corporation to enter Phase I clinical trials, which is the first company in Taiwan to conduct human tests. It will expect to receive more than 60 healthy volunteers for the trial.