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New Scientist’s Jacob Aron reports that China’s Jade Rabbit moon rover has been pronounced dead: Communication was established
In its annual innovation issue, Fast Company counters the common assumption that China is not a center for innovation by claiming that the country
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Gwynn Guilford reports in Quartz that while China plans to become “an ‘innovation-oriented nation’ by 2020″ and “a
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