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5,000-Year-Old Beer Brew Revelation: Research Shows How An Ancient Chinese Pottery Changes Beer History; Adds Insight To Asian Agriculture

May 26, 2016 AM EDT A research on 5,000-year-old Chinese pottery fragments shed light on the China's earliest beer brewing practices which may supply new insight into the history of Asian agriculture.

Leading U.S. Universities Oppose State Department Rule Restricting Foreign Students From Participating In Research Projects!

May 21, 2016 AM EDT Top U.S. universities are forcing out a proposed State Department rule that would ban foreign students from more research classes and projects comprising information considered as crucial top national ...

AC Milan China Deal Biggest Catch: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Could Draw Possible Comeback If Plans Pushes Through? [WATCH]

May 14, 2016 AM EDT Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) Zlatan Ibrahimovic just dropped a big hint that he could make a comeback at AC Milan when his contract expires this summer. The Striker said he never wanted to leave ...

Chinese Students Come To United States Universities To Escape Substandard Education Systems

May 02, 2016 AM EDT The allegedly “uninspiring” state of their country’s low-quality education systems led many Chinese students to choose studying abroad. U.S. Universities seem to be a primary destination, ...

China Fears “Political SAT” May Impose American Values on Students

Sep 02, 2014 AM EDT The Chinese community is unhappy with the revised SAT exam pattern as it imposes unnecessary American values on its students.

Harvard Tops Chinese World University Rankings

Aug 18, 2014 AM EDT The Harvard University has retained the top spot in the annual Academic Ranking of World Universities by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. The prestigious Ivy League has held the position ...

Protein-Rich Diet Lowers Stroke Risk, Study

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT A protein-rich diet reduces stroke risk by lowering the blood pressure - a new study by the Nanjing University School of Medicine in Nanjing, China, shows.

Walking Benefits Kidney Disease Patients, Study

May 16, 2014 AM EDT Chinese researchers have discovered benefits of physical activity in kidney disease patients.

Researchers Discover T.rex's Cousin in China

May 08, 2014 AM EDT A team of Chinese and Scottish researchers have discovered a new species of long-snouted dinosaur that is claimed to have roamed the Earth more than 66 million years ago.

Researchers Solve Mystery behind Formation of 120-Million-Year-Old Chinese Animal Graveyard

Feb 05, 2014 AM EST Researchers at Nanjing University have solved the mystery behind the formation of 120-million-year-old animal graveyard in China. Researchers claimed that volcanic eruptions that took place more than ...

Nirupama Rao, Former Indian Ambassador to US Accepts Fellowship at Brown

Nov 19, 2013 AM EST Nirupama Rao, the former Indian ambassador to the U.S. and China, has accepted a fellowship at Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies. Rao's one-year appointment as the Meera ...

High Levels of Genetic Diversity in Immune System of Giant Panda Helps Them Coping with Changing Environment

Oct 23, 2013 AM EDT Panda’s immune system is stronger than previously believed making them more accustomed to climatic and environmental changes than other endangered animals, according to a new study conducted by ...

Peking’s Economics Professor Expelled for Encouraging Democratic Rule in China

Oct 19, 2013 AM EDT Xia Yeliang, an economics professor at Peking University, has been asked to leave by his colleagues from the School of Economics for his outspoken criticism of the Chinese government and favouring ...

Farmer Suffers Loss after 1 Million Cockroaches Escape Farm in China

Aug 26, 2013 AM EDT A Dafeng farmer in the eastern province of Jiangsu, China is suffering losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars after about one million cockroaches have been reported to have escaped his farm where ...

Remains of Jurassic Rat Found In Eastern China, Study

Aug 22, 2013 AM EDT Zhe-Xi Luo, a professor of organismal biology and anatomy at the University of Chicago, and his team recently discovered a 160-million-year-old skeleton in the Tiaojishan Formation, northeast of ...

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