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Efforts to spread scientific thinking face obstacles
 China's Pledge to Tackle Climate Change Forceful: Expert
 China Joins Global Elite in Fast Rail
China has become a world leader in high-speed railway technology with its development of a cutting-edge permanent magnet synchronous traction system that will take bullet trains to an ultrafast 500 kilometers per hour
 New Traction System Speeds up Chinese Bullet Trains
China's high-speed trains will soon use a permanent magnet synchronous traction system
 China's Greenhouse Gas Emissions to Peak Years Ahead of Goal: Report
China's greenhouse gas emissions could peak over five years earlier than expected, which will contribute to the effort of curbing global warming
 China to Host World Robot Conference in November
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-Scientists Have Detailed Genome Map of Giant Panda
-China Launches Yaogan VII Remote-sensing Satellite
-Chinese Engineering Academy Announces 48 New Academicians
-Following In Darwin's Footsteps
-Bridging Evolutionary Gaps
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-Science's New Home
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-China Displays Mockup of Home-grown Jetliner
-Adding Some Dimension To the Screen
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-Baby South China Tigers Growing Well in Henan
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-Premier Wen Stresses Technological Innovations
-Green Dam Launch Date 'Unchanged'
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-Cloning Ancient Trees

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