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  • China's revocation of national scientific award first of its kind: The recent revocation of a national scientific award due to academic fraud was the first of its kind in China, National Office for Science and Technology Awards told Xinhua Thursday.

    China's Ministry of Science and Technology, on Feb. 1, issued a statement revoking the State Scientific and Technological Progress Award (SSTPA) given to Li Liansheng, former professor of Xi'an Jiaotong University.

    According to the statement, the investigation found Li had plagiarized others' works and fabricated data in his winning project, and his prize will be canceled and money awarded retrieved.

    Zhao Baojing, senior officer with the National Office for S&T Award, told Xinhua that it was the first time China had withdrawn a national scientific honor.

    Li Liansheng, former professor and doctoral tutor of Xi'an Jiaotong University, received the second-place prize of the SSTPA in 2005 for his research on key technologies for designing and manufacturing scroll compressors.

    In 2008, he was accused of plagiarism and providing false data in the winning project by six professors of Xi'an Jiaotong University. An investigation was later carried out.

    Xi'an Jiaotong University suspended Li from working at the university and rescinded his employment contract in March, 2010.

  • Report: China to launch second moon probe. MSNBC 08-03-03

  • China's plane ambitions take off Oct. 1, 2007


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  • Expert: China to offer free global navigation by 2020 (Xinhua)

  • China plans to measure the soil of the moon
    Aug. 10, 2007 - China plans to measure every inch of the soil of the moon in its planned lunar probe program, said Ouyang Ziyuan, chief scientist of the program.By measuring the soil of the moon we can figure out the exact amount of helium-3, a resource for nuclear fusion, said Ouyang.
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  • China has 162 mln Internet users
    The number of Internet users in China hit an estimated 162 million by the end of June, with nearly 100 people a minute going online for the first time, the China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) announced on Wednesday.

    An estimated 122 million Chinese have broadband access to the Internet, according to the 20th statistical report on China's Internet development issued by the CNNIC on Wednesday.

    One in every four Chinese Internet users, or 44.3 million, accesses the Internet by phone, largely due to lower mobile charges and about one third of users access the Internet primarily by wireless devices.

    With Internet penetration rate reaching 12.3 percent, China had around 9.18 million domain names, including 6.15 million ending with "cn".

    The number of Internet portals stood at 1.31 million, of which the number of "cn" names grew at 137.5 percent annually to 810,000, exceeding the number of ".com" names for the first time.

    About 67.1 million computers in China are connected to the Internet, up by 7.7 million in the first six months.

    The CNNIC, the country's Internet statistics collector, defines an "Internet user" for the purposes of the report as someone over the age of six who uses the Internet on average at least one hour per week.

    Since 1997, the CNNIC has been updating figures on the country's Internet development through automatic Internet searches, surveys by on-line affiliate networks and telephone sampling. (Source: Xinhua)
  • China launches "Compass" navigation satellite
    Xinhua, April 14, 2007 - China on early Saturday morning launched a navigation satellite, part of the country's "Compass" navigational system, which is expected to provide services to customers all over China and neighboring countries by 2008. The carrier rocket, Long March 3-A, blasted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province at 4:11 a.m., and sources with the center said that the satellite had "accurately" entered its orbit, at the height of 21,500 km. (Click for full coverage.)

  • China to launch lunar probe this year
    Xinhua News, May 21, 2007 - Beijing- China was "losing no time" in preparing its first lunar orbiter, Chang'e I, which will most likely be launched in the second half of 2007, a space official said here on Sunday. "The moon probe project is the third milestone in China's space technology after satellite and manned spacecraft projects, and a first step for us in exploring deep space," said Sun Laiyan, chief of the China National Space Administration. (Click for full report.)


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