Japanese media: China has made rapid progress in the field of brain science to catch up with Japan.

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 Japanese media: China has made rapid progress in the field of brain science to catch up with Japan.


Reference News Network May 4th reported that Yomiuri Shimbun in Japan published an article entitled Chinas rapid progress in the field of brain science in May 1st. The article said that this year is Chinas reform and opening up 40th anniversary. While achieving economic development, China has begun to accumulate strength in the field of science and technology. The Yomiuri Shimbun went to the scene to present the true situation of China, which is moving toward the goal of becoming a technology powerful nation with the United States. The article said, about an hours drive from the center of Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province, China, the reporters came to the valley of the Kunming Institute of animal research, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is attracting the attention of scientists all over the world. In the corner of the reproductive breeding area, there are 27 huts alongside 2600 monkeys. The monkeys kept on playing, and the squeak was heard in the ear. A female staff member told reporters that the staff would monitor the health of monkeys for 24 hours. The Institute is the most advanced institution to change the genetic research of monkeys. Experiments have been carried out on a large number of monkeys, including the successful removal of genes associated with autism. The article said that the study of changing the genetic genes of monkeys was Japans masterpiece. By incorporating luminescent proteins, Japan produced the worlds first luminescent monkey in the world in 2009, and has made great progress in the study of monkeys with various diseases. But China is fast catching up with Japan, a large research institute like the Kunming Institute of animal research all over the country. There are about 300 thousand experimental crab feeding rhesus monkeys. A report published in the Journal of nature in the British Journal of Science in 2016 will change the number of monkeys in the field of genetic genes in the monkey world known as the monkey kingdom. Brain science is called the last frontier of science, but it is very difficult to directly study the human brain. Okabe Shigeruo, a professor at University of Tokyo, said: it is very important to study monkeys that are genetically altered to reproduce brain lesions. The goal of China is to develop drugs for the treatment of depression and cognitive disorders on the basis of revealing the working mechanism of the brain, and to use the related artificial intelligence research results in industrial production. In January 2018, a team from the Chinese Academy of Sciences successfully bred cloned monkeys with the same gene. The photos of two monkeys with the same appearance shocked the whole world. Although cloned cattle and cloned sheep have been born, primate cloning is the first time in the world. If combined with the technology of genetic modification, it can also be used to substantially improve the efficiency of producing monkeys with encephalopathy. After the publication of the results, the team stressed at the briefing meeting in Shanghai that cloning technology will contribute to the study of brain diseases such as Parkinsons disease. There are many examples of Chinas research in Japan. In the exhibition room of the Institute of physics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, the display board and related media coverage of the iron based high temperature superconducting material were suspended from Chinas research and development. The article said that since 1988, China has invested heavily in the budget and researchers of superconducting research. China has strong strength in the field of superconducting materials research, said Gu Chuan ya, a member of the Japan Science and technology development agency. In 2016, China successfully developed the worlds first 100 meter iron base superconducting long line, which initially possessed the value of application. Zhou Xingjiang, a researcher at the Institute of physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, expressed his full strength: although China started late in basic research, it has been in the forefront of the research of iron based superconductors, which gives us the confidence that we have the result as long as we work hard, and we will be in this field in the future. The article also said that China is determined to grow into a leading world superpower in the middle of this century. In order to promote economic growth and enhance national strength through technological innovation, China will also invest more in scientific research. Under the guidance of a series of slogans, China is rapidly promoting the construction of a powerful country of science and technology. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053