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    WEEKLY REVIEW (May 19 - May 25)

    Source: Science and Technology Daily | 2022-05-26 09:44:26 | Author: WANG Xiaoxia


    74 Percent of Wild Species under Conservation

    May 22 marks the International Day for Biological Diversity, with the theme of "Building a shared future for all life." According to National Forestry and Grassland Administration, 74 percent of China's key wild species are under protection, witnessing a recovery growth in population.

    United Nations Global Geospatial Knowledge and Innovation Center Inaugurated in China

    Online ceremony was held for the inauguration of United Nations Global Geospatial Knowledge and Innovation Center in Deqing, Zhejiang, the first UN affiliated agency headquartered in China. UN Secretary-General António Guterres sent congratulatory message for the establishment of the center.

    One more Chinese COVID -19 Vaccine Included in WHO Emergency Use Listing

    The World Health Organization (WHO) validated the CONVIDECIA COVID -19 vaccine developed by Chinese developer CanSino Biologics for emergency use on May 19, making it the third Chinese vaccine certified by WHO Emergency Use Listing (EUL).

    National Science and Technology Week Kicked Off

    The National Science and Technology Week kicked off on May 21. Activities are held across the country to display advanced technologies and prompt citizens' interests in science.

    Editor: 湯哲梟

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    Global Talent Exchange: Sharing Wisdom, Promoting Innovation

    China welcomes scientists and entrepreneurs across the globe to share opportunities of the country's open policy on innovation.

    Japan Bypasses Science to Discharge Wastewater

    Japan's Nuclear Regulatory Authority approved Tokyo Electric Power Company's (TEPCO) plan to release the diluted wastewater of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean in spring 2023.

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