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Awards for 52 Shanghai projects and individuals

Shanghai featured strongly at this year’s National Science and Technology Awards, with prizes for 52 projects and individuals.

International cooperation awards went to Ni Jun, a professor at the University of Michigan, for his work with Shanghai Jiao Tong University while Germany’s Herbert Jaeckle, director of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, won for setting up a partnership institute in Shanghai with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The manned space docking project, in which Shanghai scientists played a significant role, won the National Science and Technology Progress Award. Other winning city projects included the development of a super X-ray machine and drought-resistant rice.



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