The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation have recently announced that they are planning to launch a new mission to collect and bring back samples from the moon back to the Earth.
Six million years ago, massive otters roamed the Earth armed with powerful jaws and very big skulls.
Aside from cutting down on air pollution, the suspension is also aimed at boosting their renewable energy investment.
The pig which is 2.1 meters long and weighs 750 kilograms beat dozens of others who also joined the competition at the Yellow River Pig Breeding Base.
New environmental police officers had been designated in China to keep toxic pollution in check. But can they do the deed successfully?
Solar power has become cheaper than coal in some parts of the world. And statistics show that in less than a decade, it will be the lowest-cost option almost anywhere in the globe.
Researchers from China have successfully been able to produce color holograms using a new technique that utilizes nanoblocks. This approach is capable of producing both single and multi-color holograms.
China just announced a major turning point in the fight against illegal poaching -- banning ivory trading and processing by the end of March 2017.
It appears an ancient Chinese herbal remedy may play a major role in treating tuberculosis. This is simply a year after it was proved effective to be instrumental in fighting malaria.
In China's largest raid of animal parts yet, tons and tons of the world's most hunted mammal were recovered.
President Obama has just signed legislation that may heighten tensions with Russia and China and potentially launch the country on an expensive and ambitious effort to build space-based defense systems.
China may soon have a common national standard for vehicle-to-vehicle communication among driverless cars.
While the verdict of the "impossible" engine is still to be finalized, China is claiming that they had created their own "successful" EM Drive and that they are currently testing it in in low-Earth orbit.
An EM Drive is already too good to be true, but it appears China's recent developments with its "reactionless" electromagnetic drive (or EM Drive) may blow things out of proportion.
According to reports, US President-elect Donald Trump slammed China for allegedly "stealing" an oceanographic device owned by the US Navy straight off the water. Many people were appalled by how Trump impulsively reacted to the incident and accused China of stealing, creating even more tension between the two countries. But were these U.S. underwater drones legally placed in the South China Sea?