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Dai Junbiao, head of Tsinghua University's research team, shows the yeast in the laboratory of Tsinghua University in Beijing, capital of China, March 9, 2017. Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and bui。lding eukaryotic genomes. The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step c。loser to building synthetic life. In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time. (Xinhua/Shen Bohan)BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes following the United States.The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step closer to building synthetic life.In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active eukaryotic chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time."If genome sequencing is reading the code of life, then genome synthesizing is writing the code of life. From reading to writing, it is a breakthrough," said Yang Huanming, an academic with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.In 2010, U.S. scientists succeeded in implanting a synthetic genome in a prokaryotic bacterium, marking the first step in chemical synthesis of live organisms."The latest study has addressed fundamental problems in synthesizing unicelluar eukaryotic organisms, laying a foundation for future design and building of more complex cells of multicelluar organisms, including animals, plants and fungi," said Yuan Yingjin, a professor with Tianjin University.The new effort is part of a larger project to redesign and reengineer yeast chromosomes, called the Synthetic Yeast Genome Project, which several research institutes participated in, including those in China and the United States.Brewer's yeast has long served as an important research model because their cells share many features with human cells, but are simpler and easier to study."Synthetic yeast chromosomes will facilitate studies on chromosome abnormity and re。pair of the genome, providing models for research and treatment of present medical challenges such as epilepsy, cancer, mental disability and aging," Yuan said.According to the researchers, synthetic biology will provide solutions to global problems, including energy shortages and pollution.For example, with development in technology, modified brewer's yeast with synthetic chromosomes will help produce food and energy of various kinds and lower cost through fermentation one day, Yang said. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Page Last Page81 [ Editor: meng ]Chinese scientists develop a photonic quantum chip 。for boosting analog quantum computing(1)恶劣的气。候环境锻炼了重装运输营在。特殊天候下执行任务的能。力。。Qin Zhongjun, a molecular biologist at the Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences of the Shangh。ai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology under the Chinese Academy of 。Sciences, introduces his research in Shanghai, east China, July 31, 2018. Brewer's yeast, one-third of whose genome is said to share ancestry with human。s, has 16 chromosomes. However, Chinese scientists have managed to fit nearly all its genetic material into just one chromosome while not affecting the majority of its functions, according to a paper released Thursday on the website of the journal Nature. Qin Zhongjun and his team used CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing to create a single-chromosome yeast strain, the paper said. (Xinhua/Ding Ting) Front Page Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Page Last Page105 [ Editor: Zhang Zhou ]Chinese scientists perform 。genetic surgery to create first single

此外,一些灯光。的处理。。。,也需要多考虑虚实结合。Chinese vice president attends reception marking 35th diplomatic anniversary between China, UAE Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan attends a reception marking the 35th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United Arab Emirates 。(UAE) and meets with visiting Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi of the UAE, in Beijing, capital of China, July 23, 2019. (Xinhua/Liu Bin)BEIJING, July 23 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan on Tuesday atte。nded a reception marking the 35th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and met with visiting Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dh。abi of the UAE.Wang said China and the UAE enjoy highly complementary cooperation and a solid foundation of public opinions, adding that bilateral relations are of great regional influence and has yielded abundant achievements 。since the establishment of diplomatic relations 35 years ago.China regards the UAE as the closest friend and a reliable strategic partner, said Wang, adding that China is ready to work with the UAE to implement the consensus reached by leaders of the two countries and push the comprehensive strategic partnership to a new level.Mohammed said the UAE is China's reliable partner in the Gulf region and his country is willing to work with China to inherit the past and forge ahead into the future, take the joint construction of the Belt and Road as an opportunity to deepen cooperation and exchanges in all fields, and enhance communication and coordination in international affairs to promote bilateral relations to a higher level. 1 2 Next Page Last Page21 [ Editor: SRQ ]Chinese vice president attends reception marking 35th diplomatic anniversary between China, UAE(1)Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua speaks at a meeting on restoring hog production, in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 21, 2019. (Xinhua/Rao Aimin)BEIJING, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) -- China will take multiple measures to meet pork consumption demand in the upcoming New Year and Spring Festival holidays and strive to keep pork prices stable, according to a 。recent meeting on restoring hog production.When addressing the meeting, Vice Premier Hu Chunhua said pork consumption would grow intensively during the first quarter and efforts must be made to prevent short supply.He stressed the need to encourage hog producers to expand hog production, saying that more reserved pork and substitutes such as beef, mutton and poultry meat should be released to the market.In the meantime, market supervision must be tightened to prevent hoarding, profiteering and price。 rigging.Contingency plans need to be made to cope with adverse weather which might make it more difficult to increase pork supply, he said.Social relief and aid shall be activated to help those who are financially challenged."To keep hog prices stable and secure por。k supply, the most fundamental way is to restore hog production," he said, urging local authorities to take effective 。measures to meet the goals. [ Editor: ZY ]Chinese vice premier stresses pork supply for upcoming holidaysAn Asian elephant walks across a tourist during an elephant show at a zoo in central Thailand's Chonburi Province, March 1, 2017. In Thailand, elephant-related entertainments serve as an important source of tourism revenue. Although elephant domestication has existed for centuries, controversies over abuses during elephant training and performance still occur from time to time. Photo: XinhuaChinese tourists are less likely to ride elephants in Thailand and prefer wildlife-friendly tours, according to a report the World Animal Protection (WAP) China sent to the Global Times on Monday which marks the World Elephant Day.Chinese tourists who ride elephants and watch elephant shows in Thailand have dropped by 13 percent and 26 percent, respectively, from 2016 to 2019, the report said.WAP interviewed tourists from 15 main tourist-source counties in Thailand, finding that 37 percent of Chinese tourists think that riding an elephant is acceptable, or 8 percent lower than in 2017 and lower than the global average of 41 percent, the report said.About 77 percent of the Chinese interviewed said they would rather see animals in the wild while 81 percent agree that tour agen。cies should avoid activities that cause sufferings to wild animals.Elephants Photo: Courtesy of World Animal Protection"The drop in the number of Chinese tourists riding elephants and watching elephant shows is another piece of good news after China banned the ivory trade in 2017, which highlights the great efforts made by the Chinese public and enterprises on animal protection," WAP China said.As one of the biggest national groups who visit Thailand, Chinese tourists, which account for 28 percent of international tourists, prefer wildlife-friendly tours and reject tours that woul。d harm animals, WAP China said in a statement sent to the Global Times on Monday.In 2015, the WAP launched a campaign to promote the idea that "wildlife is not a plaything," of which an "elephant-friendly tour" is part of, to guide tourist agencies to stop selling and promoting tours that harm wildlife, and to promote a sustainable animal-friendly tourism industry.At the end of July, 15 Chinese tourist agencies - among 240 companies across the world - had joined the campaign and promised to remove wildlife attractions, including elephant 。rides and show. Five of these Chinese companies also si。gned a wildlife-friendly tourism intent statement, the report said. [ Editor: WPY ]Chinese tourists more wildlife

一年。之计。。在于春。。一。开始,阳光确实能够改善痤疮。问题,。尤。其是背部的痤疮问题。

Dai Junbiao, head of Tsinghua University's research team, shows the yeast in the laboratory of Tsinghua University in Beijing, capital of China, March 9, 2017. Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and bui。lding eukaryotic genomes. The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step c。loser to building synthetic life. In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time. (Xinhua/Shen Bohan)BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes following the United States.The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step closer to building synthetic life.In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active eukaryotic chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time."If genome sequencing is reading the code of life, then genome synthesizing is writing the code of life. From reading to writing, it is a breakthrough," said Yang Huanming, an academic with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.In 2010, U.S. scientists succeeded in implanting a synthetic genome in a prokaryotic bacterium, marking the first step in chemical synthesis of live organisms."The latest study has addressed fundamental problems in synthesizing unicelluar eukaryotic organisms, laying a foundation for future design and building of more complex cells of multicelluar organisms, including animals, plants and fungi," said Yuan Yingjin, a professor with Tianjin University.The new effort is part of a larger project to redesign and reengineer yeast chromosomes, called the Synthetic Yeast Genome Project, which several research institutes participated in, including those in China and the United States.Brewer's yeast has long served as an important research model because their cells share many features with human cells, but are simpler and easier to study."Synthetic yeast chromosomes will facilitate studies on chromosome abnormity and re。pair of the genome, providing models for research and treatment of present medical challenges such as epilepsy, cancer, mental disability and aging," Yuan said.According to the researchers, synthetic biology will provide solutions to global problems, including energy shortages and pollution.For example, with development in technology, modified brewer's yeast with synthetic chromosomes will help produce food and energy of various kinds and lower cost through fermentation one day, Yang said. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Page Last Page81 [ Editor: meng ]Chinese scientists develop a photonic quantum chip 。for boosting analog quantum computing(1)恶劣的气。候环境锻炼了重装运输营在。特殊天候下执行任务的能。力。。Qin Zhongjun, a molecular biologist at the Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences of the Shangh。ai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology under the Chinese Academy of 。Sciences, introduces his research in Shanghai, east China, July 31, 2018. Brewer's yeast, one-third of whose genome is said to share ancestry with human。s, has 16 chromosomes. However, Chinese scientists have managed to fit nearly all its genetic material into just one chromosome while not affecting the majority of its functions, according to a paper released Thursday on the website of the journal Nature. Qin Zhongjun and his team used CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing to create a single-chromosome yeast strain, the paper said. (Xinhua/Ding Ting) Front Page Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Page Last Page105 [ Editor: Zhang Zhou ]Chinese scientists perform 。genetic surgery to create first single

Dai Junbiao, head of Tsinghua University's research team, shows the yeast in the laboratory of Tsinghua University in Beijing, capital of China, March 9, 2017. Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and bui。lding eukaryotic genomes. The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step c。loser to building synthetic life. In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time. (Xinhua/Shen Bohan)BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes following the United States.The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step closer to building synthetic life.In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active eukaryotic chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time."If genome sequencing is reading the code of life, then genome synthesizing is writing the code of life. From reading to writing, it is a breakthrough," said Yang Huanming, an academic with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.In 2010, U.S. scientists succeeded in implanting a synthetic genome in a prokaryotic bacterium, marking the first step in chemical synthesis of live organisms."The latest study has addressed fundamental problems in synthesizing unicelluar eukaryotic organisms, laying a foundation for future design and building of more complex cells of multicelluar organisms, including animals, plants and fungi," said Yuan Yingjin, a professor with Tianjin University.The new effort is part of a larger project to redesign and reengineer yeast chromosomes, called the Synthetic Yeast Genome Project, which several research institutes participated in, including those in China and the United States.Brewer's yeast has long served as an important research model because their cells share many features with human cells, but are simpler and easier to study."Synthetic yeast chromosomes will facilitate studies on chromosome abnormity and re。pair of the genome, providing models for research and treatment of present medical challenges such as epilepsy, cancer, mental disability and aging," Yuan said.According to the researchers, synthetic biology will provide solutions to global problems, including energy shortages and pollution.For example, with development in technology, modified brewer's yeast with synthetic chromosomes will help produce food and energy of various kinds and lower cost through fermentation one day, Yang said. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Page Last Page81 [ Editor: meng ]Chinese scientists develop a photonic quantum chip 。for boosting analog quantum computing(1)恶劣的气。候环境锻炼了重装运输营在。特殊天候下执行任务的能。力。。Qin Zhongjun, a molecular biologist at the Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences of the Shangh。ai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology under the Chinese Academy of 。Sciences, introduces his research in Shanghai, east China, July 31, 2018. Brewer's yeast, one-third of whose genome is said to share ancestry with human。s, has 16 chromosomes. However, Chinese scientists have managed to fit nearly all its genetic material into just one chromosome while not affecting the majority of its functions, according to a paper released Thursday on the website of the journal Nature. Qin Zhongjun and his team used CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing to create a single-chromosome yeast strain, the paper said. (Xinhua/Ding Ting) Front Page Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Page Last Page105 [ Editor: Zhang Zhou ]Chinese scientists perform 。genetic surgery to create first single

”中国艺术研究院研究员马也。。对《小城》给。予了极高。的评价。Dai Junbiao, head of Tsinghua University's research team, shows the yeast in the laboratory of Tsinghua University in Beijing, capital of China, March 9, 2017. Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes. The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step closer to building synthetic life. In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome with the designed sequence for the first time. (Xinhua/Shen Bohan)BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making China the second country capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes following the United States.The findings were published in Friday's edition of journal Science, marking a step closer to building synthetic life.In the study, researchers with Tianjin University, Tsinghua University and BGI-Shenzhen construct the synthetic active eukaryotic chromosomes through exactly matching the synthetic genome。 with the designed sequence for the first time."If genome sequencing is reading the code of life, then genome synthesizing is writing the code of life. From reading to writing, it is a breakthrough," said Yang Huanming, an academic with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.In 2010, U.S. scientists succeeded in implanting a synthetic genome in a prokaryotic bacterium, marking the first step in chemical synthesis of live organisms."The latest study has addressed fundamental problems in synthesizing unicelluar eukaryotic organisms, laying a foundation for future design and building of more complex cells of multicelluar organisms, including animals, plants and f。ungi," said Yuan。 Yingjin, a professor with Tianjin University.The new effort is part of a larger project to redesign and reengineer yeast chromosomes, called the Synthetic Yeast Genome Project, which several research institutes participated in, including those in China and the United States.Brewer's yeast has long served as an important research model because their cells share many features with human cells, but are simpler and easier to study."Synthetic yeast chromosomes will facilitate studies on chromosome abnormity and repair of the genome, providing models for research and treatment of present medical chal。lenges such as epilepsy, cancer, mental disability and aging," Yuan said.According to the researchers, synthetic biology will provide solutions to global problems, including energy shortages and pollution.For example, with development in technology, modified brewer's yeast with synthetic chromosomes will help produce food and energy of various kinds and lower cost through fermentation one day, Yang said. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Page Last Page81 [ Editor: meng ]Chinese scientists develop a photonic quantum chip for boosting analog quantum computing(1)

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