The Guangdong government should pay close attention to an environmental evaluation before making any decision on the building of a petrochemical project, as ecological pressure along the coast heightens.
China has set a new emissions reduction target for 2013 by promoting an aggregate indicator budget control system for major pollutants, the minister of environmental protection said Thursday.
The first high-end server independently developed by a Chinese company was officially put on the market Tuesday, a step that it is thought will help break the dominance of foreign companies.
China's leading scientific institution is aiming to expand its influence by establishing overseas branches around the world, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced on Monday.
A 13-year agricultural science and technology innovation project will be launched this year to improve the country's level of technology and international competitiveness.
Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, or the country's elite think-tank duo, unveiled on Saturday top 10 news events of domestic science and technology progress for the year 2012.
Turning China into a leader in science and technology is a long-term goal, but Chinese in the intensely competitive fields are already making advances in terms of respect among international peers.
Explosion mechanics expert Zheng Zhemin and radar engineer Wang Xiaomo won China's top science award on Friday.
Explosions expert Zheng Zhemin and radar engineer Wang Xiaomo won China's top science award on Friday.
China's Institute for Biological Products Control became the seventh collaborating center for biological standardization of the World Health Organization, the institute said on Jan 17.
A record-high number of 139,228 software copyrights were registered in China in 2012, according to a report released by the National Copyright Administration on Thursday.