China’s military may bear the brunt of hits to the country’s scientific reputation.
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In an era of big scientific collaborations, China's renegade actions have hurt its reputation. As international researchers back away, it may be the country's military that ultimately suffers.
China’s political system sets the course for the science in universities, government labs and industry.
China's government is prioritizing world-class science and tech. An expert describes the Chinese research landscape – and questions its sustainability.
Huawei Technologies Australia Chairman John Lord addressed the National Press Club in Canberra on June 27.
The Huawei case shows there is a real trade-off between economic and security imperatives for Australia when it comes to working with Chinese tech companies.
1964 poster: ‘Prevent Malaria and Take Care of People’s Health.’
Painted by Wu Hao 吴昊
The 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine went partly for research done during the Chinese Cultural Revolution based on traditional Chinese medicine. Here's the story of Project 523.
Open access, as long as you’re a scientist.
Two large Chinese funding bodies for scientific research are promoting so-called “open access” to research outcomes, according to an article in Nature. The Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National…