Entrepreneurs based in Asia have just put forth a global agenda: they want an interconnected energy grid that connects the region with renewable energy sources.
A new study revealed that the global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels has barely grown and will more likely to remain relatively flat by the end of 2016.
There had been hearsays from the past years that the older generation is oddly dissatisfied with the decisions made by the youth of today. It is without a doubt that the lifestyle of the younger generation differ to that of the Baby Boomers as influenced by culture, technology, modernization and, even, globalization. The question is, is this just the typical we're-older-we-know-better thing, or is there scientific proof to prove so?
China’s Long March-5 rocket has recently made its maiden voyage into near-Earth orbit. According to scientists, this rocket alone is powerful enough to land people on the moon.
Archaeologists find a 2,500-year-old grave in China covered with 13 cannabis plants.
Studies show that there are more robots “stealing” millions of jobs in the United States than in Mexico and China, unlike what Donald Trump is telling.
The Chinese government has recently passed a cybersecurity law that bans anonymity among many other online etiquette-based regulations.
A new study reveals that air pollution emitted from countries near the equator has a bigger impact on the formation of global ozone.
Long March 5 is about as potent as the largest rocket currently available to the US.
China launched its Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket last Nov. 3 for a test flight in preparation for building its own space station.
China has formed an alliance with Russia, India, Brazil and South Africa when it comes to space exploration and has expressed its interest in Russian rockets.
China’s giant radio telescope is joining the search for alien life in the mysterious flickering star known as Tabby’s Star.
The new Banxing-2 “selfie stick” satellite has captured new images of the Tiangong 2, China’s space station.
Students at China's Southwest Petroleum University in Sichuan Province could now easily buy testing kits for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in vending machines throughout the campus.