Articles tagged with ‘China’

Perched on top of the lander, the camera pointing system monitored the lunar rover as it descended onto the moon’s surface to commence exploration. Copyright : The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
14 May 2015
A rugged camera technology developed by researchers in Hong Kong and China successfully captured 360 degree panoramic views of the moon during China’s first lunar landing in 2013. The “camera pointing system” (CPS) is a sophisticated tool capable of controlling a camera’s...
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Science and Technology of Advanced Materials
3 July 2014
Researchers in China and Japan have tested a novel process for coating titanium implants with bioactive composites. Their research suggests that titanium implants coated with calcium phosphate and gelatine have great potential in clinical joint replacements or dental implants. Surface staining of...
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Qing Wan
3 July 2014
Chinese researchers have created a paper-based device that mimics electrochemical signalling in the human brain. The novel device could become a key component in the development of artificial neural networks for use in applications ranging from robotics to computer processing.   Developed...
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2 July 2014
In the absence of intervention, smoking will kill about 250 million current and future cigarette smokers who are alive today in China, India, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Recent tobacco tax increases in India and the Philippines could significantly lower smoking-related deaths in...
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2 July 2014
Canada’s North-South Institute is incubating a network of research organizations in Southeast Asia to help improve their capacity to provide relevant macroeconomic policy advice. The Southeast Asian Macroeconomic Network, which is expected to formally launch in 2014, is the first of its...
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