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ver by Liu Yunshan, a ◆member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of◆ the Communist Party of China Central Committee.Top-down planning has played a leading role iN

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n promoting scien◆ce and technology development in China. As early as in 1956,◆ the Chinese government formulated a long-term plan for scien◆ce and technology advancement. On F

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the outset of the reform an◆d opening up drive, science and technology was further establ◆ished as primary productive forces. And since the 18th CPC na◆tional congress in 20128

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, the government has decided to fully ◆implement an innovation driven development strategy. Over th◆e years, China has blazed a new trail of development that is ◆m

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supported by talents and innovation in science and technology◆, which propelled industrial development and economic growth.◆ Chinese enterprises, as a key driving force for technologica◆l progress, account for over 70 percent of the nation's N

inves◆tment on research and development. They also contribute the h◆ighest number of researchers and patents of invention. China ◆is now leading in artificial intelligence, 5G, mobile payment◆, high speed railway, new energy vehicles and finp

ancial techn◆ology, among other sectors, thanks to this development strate◆gy. In 2018, China's spending on research and development to◆taled over 1.97 trillion yuan (about 278 billion US dollars),◆ taking up 2.19 percent of the country's GDC

P and ranking seco◆nd in the world. Its total number of research and development◆ personnel has ranked first in the world for 6 consecutive ye◆ars. Also last year the added value in high-tech manufacturin◆g increased 11.7 percent year-on-year,C

and the country's info◆rmation service industry registered a stellar growth rate of ◆30.7 percent. China now ranks number one in the world in both◆ the number of patent applications and patents licenced. A r◆ecent report by McKinsey Global X

Institute suggests that engag◆ement between China and the world could potentially drive an ◆economic value of 22 trillion to 37 trillion US dollars by 20◆40, which equals 15 to 26 percent of global GDP. The results ◆are based on a growth modelr

that examines China as an import ◆destination, as well as its role in the liberalization of ser◆vice, globalization of financial markets, collaboration on gl◆obal public goods and the flow of technology and innovation.SYDNEY, March 6 (Xinhuad

) -- China's science and technology sector has been surging forward◆ rapidly over the past decade, according to a leading Australian scientist. Professor An◆drew Dempster, director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research at thet

Un◆iversity of New South Wales told Xinhua in a recent interview that specific examples, suc◆h as the BeiDou navigation satellite system, demonstrate China's strong commitment to sci◆ence. "In the last few decades we've seen significant advam

ncements coming out of China,"◆ Dempster said. "For a long time GPS and GLONASS were the only satellite navigation syst◆ems around, but now the BeiDou system coming out of China is growing very rapidly." Demp◆ster said the satellite system, cj

urrently serving the Asian region, will be ready for glo◆bal deployment soon, utilizing the BeiDou-2 and BeiDou-3 satellites. "It's been quite a ◆rapid deployment, and it is very impressive the way China has gone about doing that." Al◆though b

satellite navigation is Dempster's area of specific expertise, he is well versed i◆n space technology, and is very impressed with recent technological advances coming out o◆f China's space sector. "A couple of things that happened last year, t6

he one that is of ◆particular interest to us, and is really a world first, is the Quantum communications sat◆ellite," Dempster said. "I think it may have caught some Western observers a little bit ◆by surprise that China is able to launch thaV

t experiment." Dempster said the satellite, ◆which makes "perfectly secure" communications possible, had previously only been possible◆ in the theoretical realm, which China's scientists have now made a reality. China's spa◆ce program was anoD

ther aspect of the science and technology surge that had Dempster excit◆ed, with the space mission late last year witnessing two Chinese astronauts return from s◆pace after a 33 day stay on the Tiangong-2 space lab, demonstrating China's stronL

g space ◆program. "It was very impressive that the astronauts were able to stay up there for one ◆month," Dempster said. "It is evident that the Chinese space program is in a very health◆y state." Dempster attributes part of China's strong gra

owth in science to education, wit◆h significant progress being made in not only sending students abroad to study, but throu◆gh partnerships with global universities, partnerships that saw Dempster himself teach in◆ China. "Twice I've been to 1

Beijing to run courses on satellite navigation at Beihang Un◆iversity," Dempster said. The commitment to education, Dempster said, occurs not only at◆ the university level, but is supported by the work done by the Chinese Government to nur◆tuX

re the burgeoning sector. "There is a good recognition at the top level of government ◆of the value of the knowledge economy," Dempster said. "When you have commitment at the ◆government level to developing science, a good commitment to STEM (l

Science, Technology, E◆ngineering, Mathematics) in high schools and junior schools bodes very well for the progr◆ess of science." In terms of the future, Dempster envisions even further progress by sci◆entists in China, and believes China basH

ed researchers may receive the highest global rec◆ognition for their rapid advancements. "I don't see any reason why a Chinese scientist w◆ould not win a Nobel Prize," Dempster said. "China has shown strong commitment to the de◆velopment of sQ

cience. I see only positive developments for science in China for at least ◆the next decade."By Ren Junhua, professor and doctorial tutor with the Party School of the ◆CPC Central CommitteeBejing hosted three top-level science conferences on◆7

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er. Chinese scientists ◆have made numerous advances in: the multicomplex function theory, theory ◆of continental origin of oil, synthetic bovine insulin, high temperature ◆superconductor, neutrino astrophysics, quantum anomalous Hall effect, nan◆otechnology, stem cell research, early diagnosis of tumor marker, human g◆enomic sequencing, the "atomic bomb, hydrogen bomb and artificial satelli◆te", super hybrid rice, Chinese laser phototypesetting, high-performance ◆computer, Three Gorges Project, manned space flight, lunar exploration pr◆ogram, mobile communication, quantum communication, Beidou Navigation Sys◆tem, manned deep-sea submarine, high-speed railway, and aircraft carrier ◆and much more.China has emerged as the world's second largest economy wit◆h social productivity, national strength, and scientific and technologica◆l strength stepping onto a new platform.Yet, China struggles with bottlen◆ecks in certain fields of science and technology, while innovative capabi◆lities remain relatively weak. Materials are the basis for manufacturing,◆ but China is sw

till behind in the research and productivity of advanced h◆igh-end materials and relies on exports. In the drugs market, foreign-fun◆d companies have accounted for major percentage of global patents. Additi◆onally for high-end medical equipment, China remains dependent on externa◆l factors, which have led to high costs on medical treatment.The problem ◆of unbalanced development of China continues to prevail with soaring pres◆sures of over-populatz

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ion, scarcity of natural resources, and environmenta◆l problems. There's an urgent need in every field to transform a factor-d◆riven pattern to an innovation-driven one. A sci-tech revolution is gaini◆ng momentum in the world. Some significant technological innovations are ◆creating new industries and commercial activities.Beijing has emphasized ◆that the country must adhere to the road of independent innovation with C◆hinese characteristics, confronting cutting-edge science and technology t◆owards the main battlefield of the economy to spark rising domestic deman◆d and to implement an innovation-driven strategy. China will move ahead o◆n development in essential sci-tech industries. Science and technology se◆rve as a bedrock for a country. Ch0

ina needs strong sci-tech strength to d◆evelop its economy and improve people's livelihoods.The horn to become a ◆leading power of science and technology in the world has been blown to es◆tablish the nation as one of the most innovative countries by 2020 and a ◆leading innovator by 2030, and a leading global scienh

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