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.
Low-cost drugs may be effective cancer prevention tools: study2018-11-22
Inexpensive drugs, aspirin and a purified omega-3 called EPA, can reduce the number of pre-cancerous polyps in patients found to be at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to a study released Tuesday by the University of Leeds.
Young employees more willing to relocate for dream jobs2018-11-22
Younger employees in China are migrating across cities more often than their predecessors in pursuit of their dream jobs, according to research from professional online networking site LinkedIn.
Pain-free childbirth to be promoted2018-11-22
China will launch a pilot program aimed at getting more women to give birth naturally with painkillers to reduce the frequency of C-sections.
Chinese to vote on 2018 Chinese Character and Word of the Year2018-11-21
An annual campaign to select the 2018 Chinese Character and Word of the Year began Tuesday.
Chinese graduates retain edge when looking for jobs: latest rankings2018-11-16
China has been the strongest performing Asian nation this decade in the Global University Employability Rankings, according to new rankings published on Thursday.
This luxury hotel is clean, right? Guess again2018-11-16
In response to a viral video exposing shoddy cleaning practices at 14 luxury hotels, health departments in Shanghai and Beijing, where most of the disgraced hotels were located, dispatched inspection teams on Thursday to take a closer look.
Drop in flu seen despite vaccine shortage2018-11-16
Influenza infections in China are expected to be less widespread this winter than last season, the nation's top disease control official said, as he reassured the public that panic is not warranted over vaccine shortages.
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