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Overseas Exhibition Highlights China-U.S. Sci-tech Cooperation

Source: Science and Technology Daily | 2024-05-08 14:33:37 | Author: QI Liming


Americans stop to look at the FAST telescope and a model of the Tiangong Space Station. (Photo provided by Science and Technology Section of the Chinese Embassy in the United States)

By QI Liming

The Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. held a sci-tech exhibition during its open house event on May 4, themed the "45th Anniversary of China-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation: Retrospect and Prospects."

Set against the backdrop of the U.S.-China Science and Technology Agreement in 1979, the exhibition showcased the collaborative journey between China and the U.S. in the fields of agriculture, energy, health, environment, basic research, and more. It provided a comprehensive review of the results of the cooperation in sci-tech innovation and personnel exchanges.

The key collaborative projects showcased included the Beijing Electron Positron Collider, new energy vehicle technology, energy saving technology for buildings, as well as China-U.S. hybrid rice scitech cooperation.

These successful cases show that China-U.S. cooperation in science and technology has not only benefited the scientific and technological communities of the two countries but also helped to address the common challenges facing humankind such as climate change and public health.

The staff of the Science and Technology section of the embassy interacted with the audience to discuss the significance and development direction of China-U.S. sci-tech cooperation.

Through the exhibition and the interactive engagement, visitors could imagine the broad opportunities and potential of China-U.S. sci-tech cooperation.The exhibition enhanced American knowledge and understanding of China-U.S. sci-tech cooperation, laying a favorable public support foundation for future cooperation.

Source: Science and Technology Section of the Chinese Embassy in the United States

Editor: 齐笠名

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