"Beidou highly accurate orientation and measurement technology," part of China's indigenous positioning system, has been used in training for the upcoming high-profile parade in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
China's traditional taxi industry is likely to get rid of several longstanding issues as companies anticipate special regulations by the Ministry of Transport (MOT).
Doctors in east China's Jiangsu Province recently used a 3D-printed heart to plan a surgery for a nine-month old baby with congenital heart disease.
After more than 10 days in space, China's 19th Beidou navigation satellite is working autonomously and has set up a link with another satellite.
The sales of robots in China increased by 54.6 percent in 2014 to around 57,000 units, accounting for 25 percent of global total.
Train equipment maker CRRC Corp is introducing a fast-charge trolley bus system that trades traditional overhead cables for an energy model that can fully charge a trolley in 30 seconds while passengers are getting on and off.
Scientists from Shanghai Jiao Tong University have made a breakthrough in the design of a microneedles patch, which will more effectively deliver insulin to patients with diabetes.
The leadership, which approved the plan, says the government will lead the monitoring and sharing of information among departments and regions.
Northeast China's Jilin Province plans to send Jilin-1, the country's first self-developed remote sensing satellite for commercial use, into space in October, its designers said Tuesday.
Startups are shooting up in China's countryside as the government encourages rural entrepreneurship with a spate of favorable policies.
Think tank experts from more than 20 countries are in Beijing discussing problems and solutions on current global economic growth.
Premier Li Keqiang has called for greater efforts to encourage innovation in science and technology in talks with the country's scientists.