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BioStorage Technologies Announces Growth into China

BioStorage Technologies, a global provider of comprehensive sample management solutions for the bioscience industry, is pleased to announce that it received a business license from the Chaoyang Commission of Commerce to provide comprehensive sample management solutions in Beijing, China. Through an exclusive partnership with Charles River Laboratories, BioStorage Technologies will provide technical consulting on sample management best practices, while Charles …

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China eyes health research cooperation with Africa

By Li Jiao – SciDev.Net China plans to improve the health services it provides in Africa and expand its medical aid there, according to the International Cooperation unit at China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission. “We will expand medical aid in Africa, although there are many challenges,” Ren Minghui, director general of International Cooperation at China’s National Health and …

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China funds five centres to extend South-South ties

By Li Jiao – SciDev.Net China’s science academy is to back five centres of research excellence to extend collaboration with developing world scientists in the fields of climate, water, biotechnology, green technology and space technology for disaster mitigation. The five existing centres are housed within institutes of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and will get US$6.5 million over the …

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Tektronix Announces New Calibration Lab in Chengdu, China

Tektronix (service-solutions.tektronix.com), the industry’s leading multi-vendor service (MVS) provider of instrument calibration, repair and related services, today announced that it has opened a new calibration laboratory in Chengdu, China. Tektronix is now the only multi-national company with commercial CNAS 17025 calibration services in the Southwest China region – offering a single source calibration provider for customers’ entire instrument inventories. The …

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Research and Forecast of China Electric Vehicle Industry, 2013-2017

In overall electric vehicle market, the output in China is still relatively low. According to the statistics of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, China’s electric vehicle output in 2012 was only 12,552 units. In 2012, the main type of electric vehicle is pure electric type with the output of 11,241 units, accounting for the vast proportion of total output; compared …

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China Green Agriculture Inc. Announced that its Subsidiary Received Grade A Rating from Subsidiary’s Tax Agency

China Green Agriculture, Inc. (NYSE: CGA; “China Green Agriculture” or the “Company”), a company mainly produces and distributes humic acid-based compound fertilizers, other varieties of compound fertilizers and agricultural products through its wholly-owned subsidiaries in China, today announced that, one of the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary organized under the laws of the PRC, Shaanxi TechTeam Jinong Humic Acid Product Co., Ltd. (“Jinong”), received …

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Verum.de Offers Presentation on Advantages of Running Clinical Trials in Central Eastern Europe at International Pharma Conferences in China

Verum.de, a full-clinical service, German-based contract research organization (CRO) with seven offices throughout Europe and a U.S. office in Carlsbad, Calif., will participate in two upcoming conferences in China: The Sino-Euro-Bio-Partnering (SEBP) in Shanghai, May 29th, and the 15th Shanghai International Forum on Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Industry, May 30-31, 2013. Dagmar Siebold, European Director of Client Relations, will present a …

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US$100 chip may ease diagnosis of 15 tropical disease

By Imelda Abano – SciDev.Net A microchip that can test a single blood sample for 15 major tropical diseases with the aim of making it easier to detect illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever, has been launched. Many tropical diseases affecting South-East Asia cause similar symptoms, for example fever, making them hard for doctors to accurately diagnose at an …

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Asia-Pacific Analysis: Easing megacity congestion

By Crispin Maslog – SciDev.Net Science may be the only way to keep traffic moving in the region’s huge cities as car numbers continue to rise, says Crispin Maslog. South-East Asia is home to three of the world’s megacities: Jakarta with an estimated population in 2012 of 28 million, Manila (20.7 million) and Bangkok (13.8 million). [1] A megacity is …

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China plans research centres to aid developing world

By Li Jiao – Sci.Dev.Net The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is planning a major new drive to extend science cooperation with developing countries, including setting up research centres outside China, as well as new offices of the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) within China. Senior officers at CAS have told SciDev.Net that the details of the initiatives are still under …

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