The world's largest cross-section combined rectangular shield pipe jacking machine successfully rolled off the production line recently. The machine will be utilized to construct Shasan Station of Phase II of Metro Line 12, according to Shenzhen University (SZU), one of the machine’s developers.
Science and technology have already played a role in empowering culture and promoting cultural industries. It was most evident at the 18th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) that concluded yesterday.
The 18th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) launched five cloud services — cloud opening, cloud exhibition halls, cloud business promotion, cloud contract signing and cloud big data on its cloud platform to boost new consumption in the cultural industry.
With virtual reality (VR) and 3D digital cloud exhibition systems, business transactions can also take place from face-to-face to screen-to-screen at the 18th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) that officially opens today.
Xie Heping, a Chinese mechanics and energy engineering scientist, along with a doctoral team consisting of researchers from Shenzhen University and Sichuan University under Xie's supervision, published a paper in Nature on Nov. 30.
The high throughput genome sequencing equipment, MGISEQ-2000 genetic sequencer developed by MGI Tech Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Shenzhen-based BGI Group, had been used in the salvage of the Yangtze No. 2 Ancient Shipwreck, the largest wooden shipwreck discovered underwater in China to date.
Shenzhen is now home to two national manufacturing innovation centers and will partake in establishing another in Chengdu, capital of Southwestern China's Sichuan Province, tying Beijing for first place in the country, local legislators were told at a briefing meeting Tuesday.
Shenzhen's water consumption per 10,000 yuan (US$1,395) of GDP decreased from 17 cubic meters in 2011 to 7.09 cubic meters in 2021, down by 58.30%, which is the leading level in China, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
An online shopping platform where you can visit different brick-and-mortar stores across the globe, a system that can filter 99.9 % of PM2.5 particulates, and a company that recycles ocean products such as shells and turn them into new products to better protect the environment.
Professor Liu Honghai from the School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen (HITSZ) has been elected as a member of Academia Europaea (Academy of Europe), DT News reported Thursday.
A research team led by senior engineer Li Jianping from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences has recently designed a deep learning image coloring algorithm, which can automatically color grayscale images of plankton taken in situ underwater very close to human observation.
The Meixiangzhan 2 large-scale promotion and rice brand innovation project has recently won first prize in the agricultural technology popularization achievement award of the national harvest awards for agriculture, animal husbandry and fishery, the highest honor of China's agricultural technology promotion, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
The second well for extended drilling at Liuhua 11-1 Oil Field in South China Sea, about 310 meters underwater, was put into operation Monday, empowered with China's first domestically-developed subsea Christmas tree, also known as wet tree.
Complete Reality of Internet (CRI) is expected to be widely applied by 2040 as five associated technologies are expected to achieve further breakthroughs, according to a CRI white paper jointly released by Shenzhen-based tech giant Tencent and global management consulting and professional services firm Accenture on Monday.
Professor Lars Samuelson, chair professor from the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), was awarded the Great Gold Medal on Thursday by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), the highest engineering science prize in Sweden, for his outstanding contributions to the field of nanomaterials.
Xu Xun, director of BGI•Research, recently won the Tan Jiazhen Life Science Industrialization Award, one of the most influential awards in life science in China, for his efforts and achievements in the field's industrialization.
A research team from Shenzhen Fairy Lake Botanical Garden has made a breakthrough in the research of liverworts. Related results were published on the scientific journal Annals of Botany, according to the botanical garden.
At entrances to public areas in Shenzhen such as communities, urban villages and office buildings, under the COVID-19 prevention and control measures, visitors must scan their health codes through the electronic guards. These guards integrate temperature, ID and health code checks, effectively and precisely implementing COVID-19 measures, as well as detecting fake codes.