Researchers can potentially predict whether a person can expect to live longer or die sooner than average by looking at DNA results, according to a study released on Tuesday by the University of Edinburgh.
China will send 90 satellites on its Long March-6 carrier rocket into orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center for an Argentine company, according to the China Great Wall Industry Corporation.
The biological experiment onboard the Chang'e 4 probe has ended as planned, and the data collected is "invaluable in improving the experiment and possibly make the moon habitable for humans," the project's chief engineer said.
US high-tech firm International Business Machines (IBM) opened its new headquarters including research and development (R&D) centers in Shanghai on Thursday.
The new Beijing Daxing International Airport has put its first intelligent inspection robot into use in its substation.
An international team of scientists will travel to Antarctica this month to carry out the most comprehensive study ever into blue whales and the krill they feed on.
The prototype of China's new-generation exascale supercomputer Tianhe-3 has been tested for over 30 organizations in China, and it is expected to provide computing services to users in China and overseas, the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin said.
China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe mission has concluded the first-ever biological experiment on the Moon's far side and its rover has entered a dormant mode, according to the China National Space Administration.
Chinese technology firm Huawei said on Thursday it would always take cybersecurity and privacy protection as the company's top guiding principle.
Technologies utilized in the lunar probe mission can also be used for civilian purposes, including cutting smog, producing a type of sugar alcohol and researching self-driving vehicles, Chinese experts said.
Three foreign scientists have received the 2018 International Scientific Cooperation Award of the Chinese Academy of Sciences on Thursday for their contribution to China's scientific development.
U.S. space technology firm SpaceX on Wednesday said it will build and test the prototype of its Mars spaceship in South Texas instead of the Port of Los Angeles, dealing another blow to the local economy days after the company's announcement of massive layoffs.
People consume far less information than expected before making judgments and decisions, research of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business showed.
The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday that China's technological innovations and developments pose no threat to the world, and China is willing to see the technological benefits shared worldwide.
A historical shopping street in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, has become the first in China to extensively apply facial recognition in making payments.
You must have heard the bad news that mankind's first-ever plant on the Moon's far side is dead.
Microsoft will set up its largest artificial intelligence and Internet of Things lab in the world in Pudong New Area in April, the company said yesterday.
Telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp and the Guangdong branch of mobile carrier China Telecom have tested the world’s first call using the latest 3GPP protocol framework for the fifth-generation (5G) telecommunication network.
Chinese engineers have recently built a 27-kilometer-long 200kV AC undersea power cable to connect the Chinese mainland to an offshore wind farm in Dalian City, northeast China's Liaoning Province.
Shanghai scientists have discovered that the volume of putamen, a subcortical brain area, in adolescents as an indicator of a higher possibility in the development of schizophrenia after adulthood.
Yu Min, a prominent nuclear physicist known as the father of China's hydrogen bomb, died in Beijing on Wednesday at the age of 93.
The algorithm learned that children's movement before the snake was revealed was the most indicative since those with internalizing disorders tended to turn away from the potential threat.
Chinese and Russian scientists will work together to explore water and ice on the moon, according to a Russian scientist.
China will use its Long March 6 carrier rocket for several launches to place 90 satellites into orbit for an Argentine company, a landmark achievement for China in the international space market, according to the project contractor.
Yu Min, a nuclear physicist widely known as the father of China's hydrogen bomb, died on Wednesday at the age of 93.
Yu Min, a Chinese nuclear physicist regarded as the "Father of China's Hydrogen Bomb," died in Beijing on Wednesday at the age of 93.
Facial recognition payment, app-enabled self-checkout, digitalized inventories... Alibaba's offline Hema supermarket was on display in New York City during the 2019 Retail's Big Show on Jan.
From January to November 2018, China's industrial added value above a designated size stood at 6.3 percent. China's industrial economy ran at a reasonable range in 2018 and its industrial added value will grow by 6 percent in 2019, said Xin Guobin, vice minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
A research by Chinese scientists found the tooth enamel of giant pandas has a special recovery function to make their teeth resistant to wear from crunching bamboo branches.
The country has taken a range of measures to ensure development and provide breakthroughs.