A new Jurassic fossil from northeastern China may help to shed light on how multituberculates, the most evolutionarily successful and long-lived mammalian lineage in the fossil record, evolved.
An Internet marketing company has been shut down for illegally disseminating news information by masquerading as an official news source, according to the State Information Office.
A number of Chinese entrepreneurs and investors have expressed a pessimistic view of the likely development of 3-D printing in the near future.
The first flexible AMOLED color screen in China, which can be folded up and carried around like a piece of paper, has been developed by a university in Guangzhou.
More than 480 million smartphones in China have fallen victim to malicious software in the first half of 2013, a number almost equal to the total registered complaints in 2012.
The first tower-type solar thermal experimental power plant, under independent intellectual property rights in China, is ready to be connected to the power grid.
Inspired by prickly cacti, Chinese scientists have developed a new technique for removing oil from water, which could have applications in oil spill clean-up work.
Using a printer to produce lifesaving medical implants and body parts might sound like science fiction, but it is already a reality in China.
The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) on Thursday disclosed details of six cases of scientific misconduct in an effort to deter similar fraud and safeguard research integrity.
The National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC) signed the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) Master Agreement on Friday, a global project that will explore mysteries of the Universe by using next-generation telescopes.
The 2013 AOPA (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of China, AOPA-China) Aviation Festival will start on Saturday in Hexigten Banner of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Some modern farming techniques once thought successful in boosting production instead have caused ecological damage too expensive to repair.