China is seeking to attract talented researchers and may have monopolies in 10 fields, including synthetic biology.
According to a reporter from the Vietnam News Agency in Sydney, on March 2, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) released a research report in the fields of defense, space, energy and biotechnology, showing that China is in 37 of the 44 key and emerging fields. field is at the forefront. technology. branch.
In a study funded by the U.S. State Department, ASPI said that in some fields, the top 10 research institutions in the world are based in China. Meanwhile, the U.S. is in second place despite its global leadership in high-performance computing, quantum computing, small satellites and vaccine research.
Research shows that in the past five years, China has 48.49% of the world’s most influential research papers in the field of advanced aero engines, including supersonic engines, ranking seventh. Ranked among the top 10 research institutions in the world.
China is also looking to attract good researchers, and it is likely to have monopolies in 10 fields, including synthetic biology, where it accounts for more than 30%. Overall research, as well as batteries, 5G wireless networks and nanofabrication.