Chinese Science, Technology News Summary – September 27

Beijing, September 27 (Xinhua) – The following is a summary of published science and technology news.

Digital Civilization

The 2021 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit brings together people from around the world to share the art of building digital civilization online and offline.

The summit, which began on Sunday in the western Chinese province of Jiang, included 20 sub-forums under the theme “Building a Common Future in a New Digital Civilization: A Common Future in Cyberspace.”

The forums are designed to provide insights on new Internet technology trends, including information management, Internet law enforcement, social responsibility of technology companies, global COVID-19 response, and other international needs, including 5G. , Artificial intelligence, open source ecosystem, next generation internet, information and algorithms.

Graphic wave

Gravity Wave Research Center under the China National Space Administration (CIA) was inaugurated on Sunday in Zhuiyi, Guangdong Province.

According to the CNSA, the Gravity Wave Research Center at the Sun Yat-Sen University Zhui Campus is developing a series of test satellite platforms and charts to promote China’s space gravity detection.

Tiankin’s program, which means “Harp in the Heavens”, was held at Sun Yat-sen University. Launched in 2015. It will have three satellites that will create an equal triangle around the earth by 2035. It will be uprooted by any incoming wave of gravity.

Microbiological variation

According to a recent study published in the journal Nature Communications, Chinese researchers have found that microorganisms are important for ecological balance and stability in dry and high-dry areas.

Researchers at the University of Life Sciences of Lanzu Hou University in Gansu Province in northwestern China have studied a number of soil characteristics in 130 arid areas in northern China since 2013 at 4,000 km. Gathered more than 20,000 samples and data.

The results show a strong positive relationship between plant species and soil diversity in small arid regions, where microorganisms, especially fungi, are associated with many activities in desert and very arid regions.


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