People do exercise during the activities marking the World AIDS Day in Kigali, capital of Rwanda, on Dec. 1, 2019. Rwanda joined the rest of the world to mark the World AIDS Day with special car-free day activities in Kigali on Sunday.
University of Michigan (UM) researchers have discovered that oxidative stress experienced early in life increases subsequent stress resistance later in life.
Australia's national science agency has developed a tool capable of tracing and predicting the spread of infectious diseases.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has officially recognized Sri Lanka's elimination of mother to child transmission (EMTCT) of HIV and syphillis, local media quoted Health Ministry officials as saying on Thursday.
Sino-Kazakh genetic lab opens in Nur-Sultan
Belgrade's 13th Science Festival attracts children with fun activities
China's Chang'e-4 mission awarded Mission Prize by Moon Village Association
Huizhou Architecture: A perfect preservation of the past
Floss-silk trees blossom in south China
Iran vows to continue missile work, dismisses European letter to UN
Chinese ambassador says Egyptian-Chinese ties at "golden age"
Former WB chief Zoellick says U.S. "self-deceptive diplomacy" towards China dangerous
Chinese ambassador to U.S. cautions "destructive forces" in bilateral relations
UNESCO report welcomes China's efforts in adult learning and education
Anti-terrorism efforts effectively protect human rights in Xinjiang
Xi visits Greece, attends BRICS summit in Brazil
The Second China International Import Expo