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Giant pandas to leave for Russia
29th April 2019

 Chinese researchers held a send-off ceremony for a pair of giant pandas who are to depart for Moscow on Monday for a 15-year collaborative research.

 
Ru Yi, the male panda born in 2016, and Ding Ding, the female panda born in 2017, are scheduled to board a flight at 1:45pm in Chengdu and arrive in Moscow at 10:00pm Beijing Time the same day, the panda research base in southwest China's Sichuan Province said.
 
Li Shuming, deputy director of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration, presided over the ceremony at the Bifengxia base of the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda. Svetlana Akulova, head of the Moscow Zoo, also attended the ceremony.
 
Staff at the center prepared buns, bamboo sprouts and baby formulas for the pandas in the journey. Caretaker Wang Pingfeng and veterinarian He Ming will travel with the pandas to Russia.
 
"My job is to keep them calm in case of any stress symptoms. We will make sure they are accustomed to their new life in Moscow," said Wang.
 
"Ru Yi is outgoing and vivacious, but Ding Ding is quiet. We have carried out quarantine and health checks for them. They are in good shape," said He Ming.
 
The pair of giant pandas will live in the Moscow Zoo for 15 years, according to the research project.
 
On February 28, the China Wildlife Conservation Association and the Moscow Zoo signed an agreement on the protection and research cooperation of giant pandas.
 
The Moscow Zoo sent full-time keepers and veterinarians to China in advance to learn about the breeding and medical care of giant pandas. 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 29, 2019
China to launch campaign targeting irregularities by patent agents
26th April 2019

 The National Intellectual Property Administration will launch the nationwide campaign "Blue Sky" targeting illegal and irregular activities by patent agents and agencies to promote the healthy development of the sector, the administration said.

 
The patent agent system is a pillar for protecting inventors' rights and interests and promoting scientific and technological innovation. As of the end of 2018, China had 18,668 licensed patent agents and 2,195 patent agencies.
 
According to officials, regularizing patent agent activities plays an important role in improving the level and quality of innovations and ensuring the smooth operation of the patent system.
 
Zhao Meisheng, a deputy department-level official with NIPA, said at a quarterly press conference that the administration will speed up the establishment of a fair and efficient supervision mechanism covering various aspects of work by patent agents and agencies.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 26, 2019
Logo, website unveiled for Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations
25th April 2019

 The logo and official website were unveiled Thursday for the upcoming Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations.

 
The main pattern of the logo resembles a peony with six petals representing the six geographic regions of Asia. Nonrepresentational figures of the hand-in-hand humans are embedded in the logo to symbolize communication between different cultures. The seven colors of the petals indicate the colorfulness of Asian civilizations. The acronym of the conference — "CDAC," is displayed in the center.
 
The official website (http://www.2019cdac.com) will provide related and updated news and service information on the conference in both Chinese and English, including information for sub-forums, the Asian cultural carnival and Asian food festival.
 
Registration for guests and media will also be available on the official website.
 
The conference, scheduled to be held in Beijing in May, will focus on the theme of exchanges and mutual learning among Asian civilizations, as well as a community with a shared future for Asia and for humanity.
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 25, 2019
China's planned space station to support hundreds of experiments
24th April 2019

 Science facilities on China's planned Tiangong space station could support hundreds of space research projects after it's completed in 2022.

 
Sixteen experiment racks will be installed in the core module and two lab capsules of the space station, and an extravehicular experiment platform will be built.
 
Each rack is regarded as a lab that can support various space experiments, and astronauts can upgrade and replace the facilities.
 
In addition, a capsule holding a large optical telescope will fly in the same orbit as the station, according to the Technology and Engineering Center for Space Utilization of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
 
The facilities will support a large number of research projects in fields such as astronomy, space life science, biotechnology, microgravity basic physics and space materials science.
 
The CSU has made breakthroughs in key technologies and a test version of the experiment racks in the core module is almost finished, said Wang Ke, director of the CSU Integration Technology Center.
 
At about 1.8 meters high, 1 meter wide and 900 cm deep, each rack weighs less than 500 kg.
 
Although the racks are smaller with about half the weight of the racks on the International Space Station, they could have similar and even better performance. "We believe more important scientific results can be achieved on China's space station," said Wang.
 
The space station will carry a hydrogen clock, a cold atomic clock and an optical clock to establish a high-precision time and frequency system.
 
"The margin of error is less than 1 second every 3 billion years," said Zhang Wei, director of the Utilization Development Center of CSU.
 
The time and frequency system, as well as an ultra-low temperature cold atomic experiment system, will support research in general relativity, gravitational physics and quantum physics, said Zhang.
 
China is seeking international collaboration in experiments on the station to promote sustainable global development and cooperation.
 
Almost 100 international cooperation proposals have been received, and about 30 have passed the initial evaluation, said Zhang.
 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 24,, 2019

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