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The Hindu, 14 September 2016
IIT-B, Russian entity in startup exchange programme
In the first initiative of its kind, IIT Bombay’s Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SINE) has partnered with Moscow-based Global Venture Alliance (GVA)...
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NASAIII Spacelight .com, 14 September 2014
China set to launch Tiangong-2 orbital module
China will take another step on its long march to a permanent orbital outpost with the launch of the Tiangong-2 orbital module from the Jiuquan...
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Xinhua, 14 September 2016
China Focus: G20 Hangzhou blueprint to unleash global growth potential
At a factory belonging to Hangzhou Wahaha Group, the beverage company's self-developed robots are busy loading pallets with products...
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The Tribune, 13 September 2016
Early cancer detection: Russian researchers on verge of breakthrough
Russian researchers have developed a nanotechnology tool for early diagnosis of cancer and are planning to launch clinical trials of the product in 2018...
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The Telegraph, 12 September 2016
Chinese lecturer to use facial-recognition technology to check
boredom levels among his students. Chinese university lecturer is using facial-recognition...
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Hindustan Times, 11 September 2016
Fewer girls opting for maths, tech a worry: Melinda Gates
Fewer women are choosing to study science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects that offer the best jobs, and Melinda Gates, co-chair...
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Seeking Alpha, 04 September 2016
Week In Review: New Deals Fund China Life Science Innovation
Beijing Allcure Medical Technology, a radiology oncology startup developing big data/cloud computing applications, raised $27 million in an...
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Hindustan Times,  04 September 2016
Women must break tech barriers, join engineering
The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) has started a campaign to promote engineering among women students. Called ‘IAmPower’...
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Nikkei Asian Review, 02 September 2016
China's homegrown AI sector takes off
China looks to build a native artificial intelligence industry reaching 100 billion yuan ($14.9 billion) by 2018, with over 100 such firms materializing...
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The Wall Street Journal,  02 September 2016
Mosquitoes Are Deadly, So Why Not Kill Them All?
The death toll from diseases carried by mosquitoes is so huge that scientists are working on a radical idea. Why not eradicate them? Mosquitoes kill more...
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African News Agency, 02 September 2016
Research a powerful tool in global economy – Pandor
Research has become a powerful tool in the global economy and researchers have been able to provide a better quality life for South Africans, Science...
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3D Printing, Business, 01 September 2016
South Africa’s 3D Printing Sector Shows Potential Growth Across the Board
All across the world, the 3D printing sector is expanding at an exponential rate, and South Africa is no exception to this growth. The country has gained...
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IANS, 01 September 2016
China researches high resolution imaging from high orbit
Chinese researchers are developing high resolution imaging that can see car-sized objects on the earth from high orbit. Researchers at the Changchun Institute...
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CBC News, 01 September 2016
Is China the world's new scientific superpower?
China is fast becoming a scientific force to be reckoned with, says a new report published by Nature. The list, which ranks the world's institutions and countries...
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Moscow, Sputnik Press-Office, 31 August 2016
Sputnik to Cooperate with China’s Leading Research Newspaper
Sputnik online news and radio broadcasting service has signed a cooperation agreement with leading Chinese research media outlet Keji Ribao/Science...
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IOL, 31 August 2016
Creating women leaders in STEM fields
Cape Town - Young African female scientists needed to cultivate their ideas and ambition and use it to develop their hometowns and regions. This was according...
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The Indian Express, 30 August 2016
One man’s interest in science opens 5,000 books to public
When he was Pune MP, Pradeep Rawat’s favourite place to unwind was the Parliament library. And when his term as a BJP MP in the A B Vajpayee...
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The Indian Express, 30 August 2016
ISRO planning record 68 satellites’ launch next year
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning for the launch of a record 68 satellites in one mission by early next year.“There are many...
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The Chistian Science Monitor, 30 August 2016
Russian telescope detects mysterious radio signal from space
Finding signs of intelligent life beyond Earth has been a dream of many scientists and science fiction enthusiasts for decades. So since news hit this...
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Pravda, 30 August 2016
Russia's new spacecraft to land on south pole of the Moon in 2019
Russia will launch its spacecraft to the Moon in late 2019. The spacecraft will be the first space probe built within the scope of "Luna-Glob" lunar program...
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The Indian Express, 28 August 2016
We’re the fourth nation to conduct scramjet engine test: ISRO chief
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully tested its scramjet engine on Sunday in Satish Dhawan Space Centre(SDSC)...
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The Guardian, 28 August 2016
China: the new space superpower
An increasing number of Chinese rockets have launched in the past few years but this one was significant for three reasons. It was the first launch of the...
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South China Morning Post, 21 August 2016
Chinese scientists study viability of manned radar station on the moon
China has commissioned a group of scientists to study the feasibility of building a manned radar station on the moon, but many experts on the mainland...
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South China Morning Post, 16 AUgust 2016
China’s hack-proof quantum satellite leap into space leads the world
China launched the world’s first quantum science satellite into space early on Tuesday morning, with the project carrying the hopes of scientists...
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The Economist
China’s tech trailblazers
GOOGLE left. Facebook is blocked. Amazon is struggling to make headway. And if further proof were needed that China’s tech market is a world apart, this week seemed...
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