Aerial photo taken on Dec. 1, 2019 shows China's icebreakers Xuelong and Xuelong 2 at an area close to China's Zhongshan Station in Antarctica.
Leading scientists warned that faster and stronger climate change is threating the Earth and humankind as extreme weather has become a "new normal," according to a report presented to UN climate chief on Friday.
Scientists in China and the United States reported a mammal living more than 120 million years ago, which provides evidence for separation of hearing and chewing modules in the evolution of therian mammals to which all extant mammals, including human beings, belong to.
The U.S. space agency NASA's cargo provider SpaceX launched a Dragon spacecraft on Thursday, starting its resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
Extreme weather events are massive challenges especially for poor and vulnerable countries but high-income ones are also threatened more and more, according to a report by a German environmental think-tank.
China's lunar rover Yutu-2 has driven 345.059 meters on the far side of the moon to conduct scientific exploration of the virgin territory.
China launches new optical remote sensing satellite
Sino-Kazakh genetic lab opens in Nur-Sultan
Belgrade's 13th Science Festival attracts children with fun activities
China's fifth C919 jet transferred to Nanchang for new phase of test flight
China-LAC in Panama City to generate estimated 190 million dollars
Snow leopard spotted in giant panda habitat
U.S. lawmakers introduce resolution urging Trump to reaffirm WTO commitment
Chinese human rights experts condemn U.S. House passage of Xinjiang-related bill
China Cultural Center in Tel Aviv holds 2nd anniversary celebration
UN official lauds China's efforts to ensure affordable Internet access
Giant pandas to be released into wild outside Sichuan for first time
Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in Brazil
The Second China International Import Expo