The Chinese Academy of Sciences will improve its mechanisms to support efficient, win-win global scientific cooperation and strive to attract more foreign talent to work in China, its president, Bai Chunli, said.

The academy will also play bigger roles in major international scientific projects that can push the envelope of science and jointly address shared challenges worldwide, he told China Daily in mid-November.

The CAS, China’s highest academic institution, seeks more global collaboration in clean energy, high-energy physics, space science, deep-sea exploration, brain science, synthetic biology, stem cell research, environmental studies on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and other fields – all of which will contribute to fulfilling the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

Academy seeks more world input on science

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