A shifting scientific landscape poses a welcome challenge for researchers.
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Career guide: China
China’s scientific landscape is shifting fast. Where can you fit in?
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Research is at the heart of the country’s plan to transform its future.
A practical guide to finding a research position.
Now in its tenth year, the Thousand Talents Plan is helping China to attract foreign researchers and provides an incentive for Chinese scientists living abroad to return home.
Why China’s plan to become a world leader in the field of artificial intelligence just might work.
Extraordinary opportunities as well as unexpected challenges await researchers heading to the East.
Ancient marine animal gave birth to live young.
A surge of investment and innovation mean that careers in the country’s biopharmaceutical industries have never looked more promising.
Lan Huang founded BeyondSpring, a biotechnology company that is developing a drug for lung cancer.
From quantum entanglement to a Moon landing, ten labs that are conducting some of China’s most exciting research.
Materials chemist Yue Hu explains why she decided to return home after completing a PhD at the University of Edinburgh, UK.
The country has transformed from a low-cost manufacturing base to a centre of knowledge creation.
Stem cells used to repair lenses in infants with cataracts.
Cosimo Bambi shares his experience of life as a researcher in China.