Japans media watchdog for building world-class experimental facilities: too fast

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 Japans media watchdog for building world-class experimental facilities: too fast


In May 7th, the reference news network reported that the Yomiuri Shimbun of Japan was entitled Chinas experimental facilities aimed at the first class on May 2. The author is the author of dill Tian Yi Yan and Yue Yue. The article is abstracted as follows: In Chinas southern hilly area of Dongguan, Guangdong, China has just built a large experimental facility, China spallation neutron source (CSNS). The construction cost of the experimental facility reached 2 billion 300 million yuan, and it was put into operation in March. Fu Shinian, a researcher at the Institute of high energy physics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which led the construction of the facility, said: it is already the worlds top Chinese researchers to get the worlds first class tools. China is the fourth country with the same facilities after the United States, Britain and Japan. Saito Naohito, director of the J-PARC accelerator facility in Japan, said in a sense of crisis: although Japan has a lead in technology and experience, China is developing too fast. The center of Asia is moving from Japan to China. There is a huge accelerator at the 18 meters underground of the majestic Chinese spallation neutron source. The 96% of the equipment is made in China. China is not only to promote national prestige, but also to achieve practical scientific research results. There are many such large-scale projects in China. On March, the Chinese peoples Political Consultative Conference opened in the Great Hall of the people in Beijing. Pan Jianwei, a member of the Chinese peoples Political Consultative Conference and professor of University of Science and Technology of China, was surrounded by media reporters. Pan Jianwei is the head of the research team that used the Mo-tse satellite launched in 2016 to carry out quantum communication research. Its team has released a number of the worlds first experimental results since 2017. Pan Jianwei was elected the worlds top 100 influential figures this year. In an interview with the British media last year, Pan Jianwei revealed that the Chinese government plans to invest $2 billion in the field of quantum mechanics in the next 5 years (about 12 billion 700 million yuan - the net note). Pan Jianwei, who appeared in the Great Hall of the people, confidently said: I believe we can continue to lead the world. Chinas efforts to promote scientific research are in sharp contrast to Japan, which is unable to ensure adequate budgets and is hard to implement. China is building new observation facilities at 5250 meters above sea level in Ali Prefecture, Tibet autonomous region. This is the facility to capture the cosmic microwave background radiation emitted 380 thousand years after the birth of the universe. China hopes to find the Nobel prize for discovery of the origin of the universe. The team of Stanford University also provided cooperation in construction. Hasumi Masashi, a professor of high energy accelerator research, who continues to observe international teams, says: China is likely to be able to absorb core technology by working with experienced teams to stand at the top of the world. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053