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微信截图_20230224100732.png China Daily: Experts hail Xi's speech on basic sciences

  Strengthening capabilities in fields seen as key to making big sci-tech advances
  Chinese scientists are deeply encouraged by President Xi Jinping's call to enhance basic research and be self-reliant in critical technologies. Experts said sustained support for basic sciences, stronger talent training and sci...
CGTN:Delegates Encouraged by All-round Sci-tech Roadmap in CPC National Congress Report

  Wang Xiujie and Fu Qiaomei, both from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), are encouraged by the report to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), as they have actively implemented the requirements of Xi Jinping and closely linked research with the needs of the country and the people...
Global Times:From fish to human: ancient fossil unearthed in China sheds light on evolution

  A collection of well-preserved fish fossils were unearthed in two newly discovered fossil beds from the early Silurian Period - around 439 to 436 million years ago - in Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality and Guizhou Province.
  Scientists said it could provide insights into the rise and diversification ...
China Daily:Giant pandas ate bamboo as early as 7 million years ago, study says

  A Chinese research team has reported new findings on the evolution of the giant panda's false thumb, suggesting the giant panda was already a dedicated bamboo feeder over 6 million years ago.
  The study, conducted by scientists at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of the Chinese ...
Xinhua:Chinese scientists find fossil of new marine reptile with "incredibly long" tail

  This undated photo shows the fossil specimen and sketch of Honghesaurus, a new species of marine reptiles known as a pachypleurosaur. (Chinese Academy of Sciences/Handout via Xinhua)
  BEIJING, May 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have discovered a fossil of a new species of marine reptiles known as a pachyp...
image1.jpg Xinhua:Early man in China had biggest known brain of the time

  BEIJING, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- A study showed that the ancient relatives of modern humans in northern China may have had an "Einstein's brain" at the time they lived 200,000 to 160,000 years ago.
  An international team led by Chinese archaeologists found that the cranial capacity of this hominin reached 1,700 ...
W020220113330219723576.jpg ChinaDaily: Researchers piece together evidence of 'big-headed man'

  The Xujiayao site and the reconstructed skull of Xujiayao Man [Photo/Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology]
  An international team led by Chinese paleoanthropologists recently discovered a species of early hominin with the largest cranial capacity in the late Middle Pleistocene, dating b...
Xinhua: Chinese scientists discover new dinosaur unearthed in Inner Mongolia

  Chinese paleontologists announced the discovery of a new dinosaur with a unique butterfly-shaped neural arch of the anteriormost dorsal vertebrae, which makes it distinguishable from other troodontids.
  The research team found its holotype in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The holotype consi...
Xinhua: Ancient fossils of new rodent species discovered in NW China
3D reconstruction of the fossil teeth of Yuomys robustus (Photo/Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology)
  Chinese scientists have discovered ancient fossils in Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region and confirmed them as a new species of rodent.
  The new species, named Yuomys robust...
Global Times: Fossils of new dinosaur species discovered in Xinjiang, named after Silk Road and Hami

  (Photo/Courtesy of Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology)
  Chinese palaeontologists, together with a team from Brazil, have discovered two new dinosaur species dated back to 130 million years ago in Hami, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a...
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