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Chinese Academy of Sciences n. 中国科学院

chinese academy of science n. 中国科学院

  • And a group from the Chinese Academy of Sciences claims to have achieved 10-13% using nanofibres.

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  • He Zuoxiu, of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, puts the Chinese total at about 20m.

    ECONOMIST: China

  • Yutyrannus huali was found in northeast Liaoning Province by palaeontologists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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  • One of the computers sold also by Silicon Graphics is now operating in the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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  • On 25 July 2011 the UNESCO space partner, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, opens an International Centre under the auspices of UNESCO1.

    UNESCO: NATURAL SCIENCES

  • The Chinese Academy of Sciences, with a staff of 54, 600 academics, is the biggest science and technology research organization in the world.

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  • Those suggestions are corroborated by a study led by Xu Baiqing of the Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, in Beijing.

    ECONOMIST: Pollution in the Himalayas

  • The government donated a plot, and the brothers put up the money for the building that the center shares with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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  • Its founder, Liu Chuanzhi, is a product of China's Institute of Computing Technology, and the company is still partly owned by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

    ECONOMIST: Old-school retailing in a high-tech business

  • We have now taken a major step in this direction and will use our know-how in an international cooperation, which involves our colleagues at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

    FORBES: Physicists Quantum Teleport Photons Over 88 Miles

  • One partner of this initiative is the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), who in 2005 signed a cooperation agreement with UNESCO through the Joint Research Laboratory of Remote Sensing for Archaeology.

    UNESCO: NATURAL SCIENCES

  • From his spartan office in the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy he established at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, Huang wades through stacks of papers and presentations to explain why.

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  • It is for us, at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and in particular the Centre for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, a great honour to host this International Centre, a Category-2 Centre, under the auspices of UNESCO, said Prof.

    UNESCO: NATURAL SCIENCES

  • The Chinese Academy of Sciences is a key participant in military research and development, and works on everything from the DF-5 ICBM -- which, incidentally, is capable of reaching the United States -- to uranium enrichment for nuclear weapons.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • It is co-organized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and UNESCO, and hosted by the International Centre on Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage (HIST), a Centre under the auspices of UNESCO, and the Centre for Earth Observation and Digital Earth (CEODE).

    UNESCO: Detailview | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

  • For the Morningside Center in Beijing, Yau got help from the Chinese government and Ronnie and his brother, Gerald. (Gerald and Yau had been friends since their future wives were roommates in San Francisco in the late 1960s.) The government donated a plot, and the brothers put up the money for a building the center shares with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

    FORBES: Plugging a Math Gap

  • Guo Liang of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences argues that the spread of the net is transforming what the middle class knows about the world and how its members interact with one another.

    ECONOMIST: The other Moore's law | The

  • In its recently published annual survey of social trends, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said (strangely inconsistently with the tenor of allegations made by General Xiong and other officials) that terrorism had not been a serious problem in the past few years.

    ECONOMIST: In no mood for dissent | The

  • According to Zheng Bingwen of the Centre for International Social Security Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, individual accounts held assets worth only 270 billion yuan at the end of 2011, even though 2.5 trillion yuan had been paid into them.

    ECONOMIST: China is beginning to face up to its pension problems

  • Pang Xing Yuen(ph) is an economist with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

    NPR: Chinese Cash Moves Could Roil Markets

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