Nature magazine gives nod to 10 star scientists from China

Nature magazine gives nod to 10 star scientists from China Updated: 2016-06-21 10:23 (Xinhua) Screenshot of the cover of Nature’s feature Science stars of China LONDON — Ten of China’s leading scientists who have made significant impacts in fields ranging from neuroscience and neutrinos to space science and structural biology were highlighted in Nature magazine’s online edition on Monday. The list includes Wang Yifang, director of the Beijing-based Institute of High Energy Physics, who hopes to build a 50 to 100-km circular particle collider to succeed the 27-km-circumference Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research). Wang’s plan consists of two machines: the first will explore the Higgs particle starting in around 2028, while the next one will occupy the same tunnel and smash particles…


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