Science Leader No More? China Challenges US Dominance

Science Leader No More? China Challenges US Dominance

Science Leader No More? China Challenges US Dominance

The United States continues to lead the world in scientific research, at least by publishing the majority of biomedical studies in leading journals and losing more money in R & D.

But that may not be the case for a long time, said a group of scientists in an opinion piece published today (June 15) in JCI Insight magazine.

US dominance in the scientific world is gradually declining, researchers found, largely because China has invested large sums of money in science in the past two decades.

In 2015, China’s biomedical research teams ranked the number 4 in the list of 10 for the total number of new findings published in six first-line journals, according to the researchers. In 2000, China was not even among the top 10 on this list (at 14 o’clock), the researchers reported.

In addition, China spent 75 percent of what the US Has spent a total of R & D in 2015, according to the researchers. In 2000, China spent only 12 percent of what the United States spent, which they found.

However, future research could be collaborative. More scientists in the United States and around the world are making new discoveries and advancements in working with international partners, according to researchers.

To get a better idea of the most advanced countries in the scientific world, the researchers studied six major journals (JAMA, Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine, Cell, Nature and Science) and four 2000 mid-range journals in 2015. The researchers also Analyzed R & D investments in each country of this period.

Over the past 15 years, research funds in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and other European countries have stagnated, while China funds has increased significantly, noted searchers.

In 2015, the first 10 slots for the publication of biomedical research articles in top-level journals are destined for the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, France / Japan Switzerland, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and Korea South / Sweden / Italy.

Meanwhile, the first 15 countries that spent more on biomedical R & D were the United States, China, Japan, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, South Korea and Singapore.

These analyzes show that South Korea and Singapore are high on the list, according to the researchers.

The results suggest that the United States may one day move to its leading position in the world of scientific and medical research, the study authors said.

“It’s time for US politicians to reflect and decide whether the year-to-year uncertainty in the National Institutes of Health budget [NIH] and cuts are in our best social and national interest” said lead research piece, opinion “Said Dr. Bishr Omary, the Michigan Medical Director of Medicine at the University of Michigan in a statement.

The current road America could discourage the next generation of brilliant American minds from engaging in science, Omary said.

“If we continue down the road we lead, it will be more difficult to maintain our advantage and, more importantly, we want to disillusion the next generation of living biomedical scientists and enthusiasts who see a limited future in the search for a scientist or doctor – career Of investigator, “he said. [Creative genius: the brightest minds in the world]

The researchers carried out the study, as they wonder if the NIH budget, at least until 2015, would affect United States position in the world, they said.

During their research, they discovered that although the Chinese scientists who formed the United States used to work here, they now return to China after the end of their education.

In addition, Singapore recruits the best scientists in the United States and in other countries, now that the country is going to spend more on R & D, the authors of the study noted.

Malcolm Turnbull faces fresh leak after calling China a ‘frenemy’

Malcolm Turnbull faces fresh leak after calling China a ‘frenemy’

Malcolm Turnbull faces fresh leak after calling China a ‘frenemy’

MALCOLM Turnbull would have called China “frénemie” Australia at a public event in Sydney.
The report comes a day after the appearance of US President Donald Trump’s “off-the-record” mime appearance in Parliament’s assembly hall from noon to noon.

Mr. Turnbull commented on China at a public event in Sydney last October, Fairfax Media reported today.

It was revealed today amid growing concern about China’s influence on Australian politics and a series of tougher public comments by the prime minister on the Asian giant in recent weeks.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is shown with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang would have called China “frénemie” Australia at a public event in Sydney. Image: AAP

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who is shown with Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang would have called China “frénemie” Australia at a public event in Sydney. Image: AAPSource: AAP

The comment, which means that someone who seems to be out in favor despite the underlying rivalry to a scenario would not be observation made in a pre-dinner drink session.

“You mean our friend-foe,” said Mr. Turnbull when the issue of the militarization of Beijing’s artificial islands in the South China Sea rose in the event.
It is taken as another sign that the position of the Australian government in China is stronger.

The Office of the Prime Minister has not commented on its use of the word “friend-enemy”.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during a game of the Australian Football Federation earlier this year.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang during a game of the Australian Football Federation earlier this year.

Last month, Mr. Turnbull used an important speech at the Shangri La Security Summit in Singapore to warn China against the intimidation of its smaller neighbors.

“A coercive China found its neighbors feel of applications that give up their autonomy and strategic space, and try to counter Beijing to strengthen alliances and partnerships between them and especially with the United States,” said M. Turnbull.

He also commented on the conflict in the South China Sea, saying: “Maintaining the rule of law in our region, respect for the sovereignty of nations large and small is the key to peace and continued stability.”

Malcolm Turnbull is also facing a backlash over his identity Donald Trump. Image: Kym Smith
Malcolm Turnbull is also facing a backlash over his identity Donald Trump. Image: Kym SmithSource: News Corp Australia

Meanwhile, Beijing has responded to recent reports of China’s influence on Australian politics with scorn.
Chinese Ambassador to Australia, Cheng Jingye, said yesterday that the report had been “made in the air.”

“I have heard these accusations more than once since I was assigned here – in Chinese, we call it cooked rice during the night, which means repeating the same things over and over,” said M. Cheng at a Business Council event Australia-China in Parliament.

Chinese Ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye reacted angrily to statements about China’s influence on Australian politics.

Chinese Ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye reacted angrily to statements about China’s influence on Australian politics.

“Perhaps the producers of the program believe that these baseless accusations can prove the truth after being repeated several times.

“Those who made these accusations really have an imagination that is wild and morbid.”

China’s disturbing wedding trend of groomsmen assaulting bridesmaids

China's disturbing wedding trend of groomsmen assaulting bridesmaids

China’s disturbing wedding trend of groomsmen assaulting bridesmaids

Teasing the bride and groom on their wedding day is part of the Chinese wedding custom. However, in recent years this custom has been distorted alarmingly in mainland China to include sexual abuse of the godfathers of honor.

The trend is the center of attention thanks to two recent cases. The first is a viral video that circulates on social networks in China.

The video shows a small bridesmaid and sexually assaulted by two men in a car in Xi’an city. The woman screams and struggles as the two men forcefully abduct her underwear, laugh and order her to “make sexual noises.”
The video was uploaded on social networks June 8 and became viral. Two days later, on June 10, Xi’an police took custody of 19 and 21; The victim, however, said he did not pursue the case against them.

Very often, bridesmaids refrain from reporting abuse to the police because they do not want to “stain” their best friend’s wedding with a criminal investigation.

In addition, it is likely that wedding grooms or wedding guests would defend the assault by claiming that it was part of the Chinese custom of “naohun” – which literally means “to turbulence during a wedding.”

However, the concept of bridesmaids is very Western, not Chinese. If you look closely at the Chinese custom of the wedding, the Chinese bride is assisted by a “wedding master” who is supposed to know all the ritualistic etiquette. Marriage was mainly settled in China until the end of 1900.

It is customary for wedding guests to force the groom to drink, as well as taunts the bride to “stimulate” their first night together. In some areas, wealthy families hired prostitutes to entertain guests, but it was not part of the usual practice.

But now the “naohun” custom has somehow provided an excuse for sexual assault and harassment at the wedding.

“One of the high-risk functions – sexual harassment, rape, and now death”
Another recent case of “naohun” led to worrying extremes ended in tragedy on June 13 in Guangzhou with the death of one of the bridesmaids.

According to reports by local press after the godfathers presented the usual red gift package for the bride’s family, the family reportedly opened the door.

The men ran and chased the brides who ran up to hide. One of the bridesmaids, who are hidden on the fourth floor, died when she fell from a balcony.

Although the case is still under study, users could not help the association of death of the maid of honor “naohun.” Here are some comments in an article on China’s Weibo social media platform:

The maid of honor is a high risk factor – sexual harassment, rape and death now.

Accident? How could he fall if no one pushed? Is sexual harassment and breasts groping not enough? If the custom is so vulgar and night in the life of the people, the government must intervene.

For the victim, to find complicated justice
As for viral video, the media and Internet users affiliated to the State sentenced the two men who attacked the woman.

But after the local news have reported that the lady had forgiven the two men because they were known, some have directed their anger against the lady:

We believe that the maid of honor was intimidated and closed the men online, since she does not want to continue with the matter.

Some were more sympathetic about the maid’s decision. Weibo user “I love Google”, commented a current topic:

Do you want to know why the victim does not want to continue with the matter? Because they have an affiliation with relatives. On the other hand had to mobilize social pressure, accusing the victim to make them lose face and she could not stay in the local community if the case continued.
However, the case is criminal. Even if the victim does not want to prosecute, they can file charges. Police and prosecutors must do their duty.

Chinese court sentences fugitive tycoon’s staff to prison

Chinese court sentences fugitive tycoon's staff to prison

Chinese court sentences fugitive tycoon’s staff to prison

A court in north China Friday condemned three employees working for billionaire fugitive property Guo Wengui, who has been caught in a political rivalry with the Communist Party in power.

The Dalian Xigang People’s Court announced prison terms of less than three years for employees who prosecutors said they had been ordered by Guo forgery of financial documents to obtain loans from a state bank. Two employees were sentenced to suspended terms, which means they can not exceed the last hours behind bars, while Beijing development company, Beijing Pangu Investment Co., also received a fine of 36 million.

The case has not called Guo as a defendant, but Chinese authorities have stepped up pressure against the runaway tyrant who vowed to expose sensitive information about key party officials unless government communications employees and family members in China .

Dalian The case was the first criminal case against Guo companies since China filed a motion in April with Interpol with a “red notice” for its worldwide detention. Chinese officials have indirectly accused Guo of a long list of alleged crimes, including conspiracy for superior intelligence to criticize a Beijing city official who had blocked a Pangu development project.

Guo, named Miles Kwok, fled China and now lives in a $ 68 million apartment overlooking Central Park in New York. He is a member of the Sea-to-Lake President station of Donald Trump Florida.

He cultivated a vast social media monitoring and made sensational, if not largely proven, accusations against his enemies and senior officials who direct journalists against the corruption of the watch party that investigated China abroad, which he said, Are part of a Chinese espionage network.

At the heart of Guo allegations, there have been allegations of misconduct and links between the family of permanent member of the Politburo Standing Committee Wang Qishan and the HNA Group, the conglomerate behind Hainan Airlines has closed a series of catchy acquisitions throughout the world. HNA announced Thursday it has filed a defamation suit against Guo.

In recent weeks, Guo has publicly suggested that he was in communication with senior party officials and found that his family members are allowed to leave China to visit briefly in New York, and noted that negotiations could be underway to put End to stagnation. Meanwhile, David Bies has been hired to represent him.

It is unclear whether Guo will continue its daily flow of revelations on YouTube and Twitter after the resolution of the Dalian case. He did not immediately respond to a request for commentary on the phrases, or under what conditions he would consider his fight with the party as a whole. Guo told the AP recently that his main goal was to get the release of his family and employees and identify their strengths in China – not to campaign to undermine the Communist Party.

In a report on the issue of Dalian, the official Xinhua news agency said investigators suspect other companies related to corruption, embezzlement, illegal detention and forced transactions, suggesting that the government collected additional evidence and could still File cases against other companies Guo.

Dalian verdict came shortly before Guo did an interview with a Chinese-language online media company based in New York, which had promised earlier, contains new explosive revelations.

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

At 20 hours. One night earlier this week, in a dark campus without an option to take a snack after night study, Wei Li, a computer science specialization at Hefei University, saw a breakthrough of the future of the sale retail.

Parked with a large open plaza on campus was a vehicle like a bus. With its floor to ceiling glass front, you can see stacked shelves with red boxes.

At the entrance, Wei Li has come a QR code using his iPhone. A glass door opened, and he entered a store with no money or personal cash.

A holographic human face with a calm expression and splashes of good cut greeted. There was no sound, only a movement of the face from side to side.

Li said he was impressed with the range of products sold there are: fruit, chips, coffee, magazines and even shoes, each with a barcode package. He liked the ease with which he could buy: all he had to do was to scan the bar code using a smartphone application with stored credit card information.

As he approached the exit, another glass door automatically opens to drop it.

It was Moby’s shop, launched by Wheelys, centralized commissioning based in Stockholm. Initially focused on making coffee that can be moved from one place to another on the bike, the company is testing an open 24/24 shop model in its entirety by technology.
The Moby store is an unmanned store that can be moved from one place to another.

Purchases are made using an application to scan a bar code and pay through the phone.
Its testing site is located on the campus of Hefei University, about 450 kilometers west of Shanghai, where Wheelys works with the master in the backbone technology of the stores.

Li, who is not working on this research, saw the vehicle crossing the campus with a friend and decided to try. There have been questions about how the store can handle many people while shopping together and how it will prevent theft. “There’s a huge influx of people right after school,” Li said.

Unlike taxis and hospitality, who are experiencing a change in China, as they are all over the world by transport companies and shared houses like Uber and Airbnb, brick and mortar retail n has yet to experience a Important technological change.

Amazon, however, is testing a similar free shopping concept in its Amazon GB store for Seattle employees (see “Amazon grocery has no single payment”).
Wheelys cofundateurs decided to try China instead of Sweden, partly because of the large Chinese population, but more because of the country’s almost ubiquitous adoption by paying for their phone.

About 60 percent of the 175 million transactions a day processed by the Chinese company Alipay online payments in 2016 were made by mobile phone, better than the effective Alliance.

Combined with rising rents and wages in many places, it becomes more expensive to maintain than small businesses. Bo Wu, who oversees Wheelys operations in Shanghai, said he has received many inquiries from top supermarket owners looking to gain a competitive advantage by becoming unmanned.

With the relocation of its research department and development and design department from Sweden to China. It also locates Himalafy, a telephony company that focuses on the development of automated warehouse system in China.

One of cofonders, by Cromwell, indicates that the next step for Wheelys is to improve the technology that drives its mobile bus. Security is a great aspect.

For this Wheelys worked with Hefei University to develop a system that includes customer biometrics, including the method works because it scans the QR code and uses sensors on the shelves to detect the extraction of the elements.

Buyers must register in advance for an account. Once an article has been deleted, it relates to customer identification in the smartphone application to prevent theft.

As America’s Trapped In Ideological Civil War, China Advances Economy

As America's Trapped In Ideological Civil War, China Advances Economy

As America’s Trapped In Ideological Civil War, China Advances Economy

While the United States engage in an ideological civil war over the role of government in the economy, China has continued to advance its economy under a stable, yet authoritarian, regime.

Many analysts have pointed out that China has the opportunity to become a world leader on several fronts: economy, international relations, environment, while America’s legislative power stops and legislation adopted in the United States and China ended when The president assumed the position Trump could not throw it in a more pronounced relief.

America, polarized and paralyzed

Economically, the United States divides itself into supporters of Trump, who advocate privatization of markets and public goods, including national monuments, Medicare air traffic control and infrastructure.

Trump supporters also support policies that focus on reducing trade and redistributing jobs. On the other hand, Trump opponents, who support accessible medical care, free trade, environmental protection, the creation of jobs in the “green” sector. Donald Trump has acted as a flash of this polarization controversy, which resulted in national legislative congestion and discontent.

How many types of trade, after all, was adopted during the Trump government? Nothing is really meaningful.

Trump has issued executive orders that have an impact on the economy, including a countervailing duty order, which were implemented in Chinese steel imports last year, one can afford offshore drilling and an order for the government to United States to buy and hire more American workers and products. None of these are considered important, which would require the approval of the Legislature.

China, loading speed

But Trump since the opening date of January 20 this year, the various departments of the Chinese government have passed hundreds of minor measures and several major economic measures, including measures to be a major financing to promote services exports Of high value added, that regulate the management of dangerous assets, changing the evaluation of the exchange rate, the strengthening of policies of excess capacity and the reform of public companies, among others.

These are the major and economic changes that reflect China’s determination to restructure its economy while controlling risk. In addition, the policy of A strap of a China road, which aims to build infrastructure in Europe, Asia and Africa will have a significant economic impact in China and the world, the United States plays a supporting role rather than leader. …………………………………….. ….




As we all know, Australia has a long list of animals, insects and even plants that could kill us. From blue rock to octopus to the great white shark, Australia is a land of poison, sting and sting, home to some of the world’s most deadly and dangerous wildlife.

Travel a few million years and Australia was even more dangerous. The mega-fauna and flora, the enormous birds and the terrifying reptiles have littered the Australian landscape.

Not surprisingly, Palaeontologists at Flinders University revealed that Australia was home to at least five species of giant birds. One of these birds was a turkey the size of an adult gray kangaroo floating in the treetops.

“It was quite surprising because, previously, we suspected that there were maybe one or two extinct species whose identity was uncertain, we found out that there were five different species in Australia before the ‘ Arrival of human beings on the continent, “said lead author of Research and Ph.D. at Flinders University Elen Shute said.

The extinction of Megapode lived in Australia more than 10,000 years ago. Unlike their gigantic flying cousins, the turkey had the ability to fly because of their fine bone structure (they weighed only 8 kilograms).

According to the researchers, despite their “nuggety” bodies, these turkeys will roll in the treetops. This could be because they lacked feet capable of digging mounds like their modern loved ones. They were most likely omnivores feasting on plants, small reptiles and insects.

The study published in the Journal of the Royal Society Open Science explains the diversity of giant birds:

“These discoveries are quite remarkable because they tell us that more than half of the Australian megapods disappeared during the Pleistocene,” says lead author Elen Shute.

The discovery of new species of birds came after the fossils found in Curramulka Quarry in southern Australia in 1990 were further analyzed. The results of the team revealed the three new species ……….

Study confirms lightning more powerful over ocean than land

Study confirms lightning more powerful over ocean than land

Study confirms lightning more powerful over ocean than land

People who live and work along the coasts and coasts of the world may be more susceptible to supercharged lightning, according to new research from the Florida Institute of Technology shows that lightning can be much more potent ocean than on land.

Amitabh Nag, an assistant professor of physical and space sciences in Florida, and Kenneth L. Cummins, a professor of technology research at Florida and the University of Arizona, recently published “The Negative Characteristics of Early Drivers In the breeze on land and the ocean “in the geophysical research charts of the American Geophysical Union.

Scientists analyzed parts of their coast data using Florida and provided by US lightning detection. National Network.

Some earlier indirect observations have led scientists and others believe that seawater strikes tend to be more potent, but the Nag and Cummins study represents the first time an independent measure validated these beliefs.

Lightning scientists break every cloud to ground strikes in threads to better understand how it formed. Many physics are packed in a second fractions of the time when particles charged in cloud shadows are formed in the descendants of electricity channels “Attach” to the charge-responsible electric channels, which rise from the ground Or water to form the familiar zigzag pin.

During its study, which measures current peak of several Earth-to-Earth beam of clouds and oceans from 2013 to 2015, Nag and Cummins have calculated the duration of the “negative leader” – the electric channel reaching below a Storm cloud

When this head hits the ground, a surge, typically with a peak value of approximately 30 kilos amperes, flows upward into the cloud. The duration of the negative leaders of the ocean was considerably shorter than that of the land, indicating that they must bear more costs. This leads to an increase in the highest current of the earth.

Nag and Cummins have found that with water strikes in West Florida, the average length of time was 17 percent lower compared to the ocean than on land, and in East Florida, the median was 21 and 39 percent shorter in two oceanic regions on land.

Using a relationship between leader length and peak lightning current derived in this study, the authors estimate that lightning with peak currents of more than 50 kilos of amps is twice as likely to occur in ocean storms.

These results suggest that people living in or near them are more likely to suffer damage if enlightening storms develop over the oceans and move ashore.

This new understanding of lightning’s nature could inform how offshore infrastructure and ships should be built to minimize the risk of super-powerful thunderstorms formed over the sea.

Five Quick Tips For beauty services at home in Mumbai


The beauty services in the Mumbai at home is increases by the great facility of the beauty services. You will get the ultimate beauty by using many of the beauty tips and tricks.


There are the 5 quick tips for beauty services at home in Mumbai.


  • You can look gorgeous by making the mixture of liquid bronzer with a firming body cream, and then massage it into your arms to get the tan and toned. You can remove pimple from your face by applying a yellow-based cover-up to counteract the redness, use a concealer brush to pat it on precisely, then blend the edges with your ring finger.


  • If you want to make your cheeks sweet, then use should use the foxy flush with a deep berry powder blush and use a fluffy brush to swirl it in small, circular motion over the apples of your cheeks and back toward your hairline. A glittery accessory adds instant glamour to any hairstyle. If you forget to bring one to work, use a brooch from your sweater.


  • For make the gorgeous glow of your face, use the foundation with one part liquid illuminator, and then use your fingertips to massage it all over your face. Apply the creamy concealer onto your lids and into the inner corners of your eyes before doing makeup on eyes.


  • If you want to make perfect leg, so use smooth baby oil onto your legs before you taken the razor to them. Do the manicure of your hands by slick a shiny and clear top coat over.


  • You can use sturdy plastic spoon instead to flip up your eye fringe. To make the shiny nose left your powder compact at home.



IN NEGATIVE ZONE: Britain’s inflation rate unex­pectedly fell below zero for the first time in more than half a century, as the drop in the food and energy prices depressed the cost of living. Consumer prices de­clined 0.1 per cent in April from a year earlier, the Office for National Statistics said. Economists had forecast the rate to be zero, according to the median of 35 estimates in a news survey. Core inflation slowed to 0.8 per cent, the lowest since 2001. With inflation so far below the Bank o: England’s 2 per cent target, policy makers are under pres­sure to raise the key interest rate from a record-low of 0.5 per cent for now. Governor Mark Carney said any period falling prices will be temporary and an expected pickup i: inflation at the end of the year means the next move in bo: rowing costs is likely to be an increase.

Britain in the event

I LEGAL TROUBLE: Alibaba has

been sued by Kering, a luxury brands group that includes Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, over counterfeits on its popular e-commerce platforms. The lawsuit, filed in New York, alleges that Alibaba and its related companies “know­ingly encourage, assist, and profit from the sale of counterfeits on their online platforms…(and) make it possible for an army of counterfeiters to sell their illegal wares throughout the world”. Counterfeits have long been a headache for Alibaba, which operates China’s most popular e- commerce shopping platforms Taobao and Tmall. Co-founder Jack Ma has even called fakes a “cancer” to the company.


SMART BATTLE: Apple was handed a mixed === ruling by a US appeals court in the latest twist in a blockbuster intellectual property battle with Samsung Electronics, as a prior patent infringement verdict was upheld but a trademark finding that the iPhone’s appearance could be protected was thrown out. That means up to 40 per cent of a $930-mil- lion verdict, which had been won by Apple, must be reconsidered. In the ruling stemming from the global smartphone wars, the Federal Circuit in Washington upheld patent infringement violations including one which protects the shape and colour of its iPhone as well as the damages awarded for those violations.
QUID PRO QUO: Greece is

near a cash-for-reforms deal with its euro zone partners and the International Monetary Fund that would help it meet debt repayments next month, the country’s finance minister said, as worries persist over a possible bankruptcy. Athens has been defending its “red lines” in talks with lenders, refusing to yield on further pension cuts and more labour maket liberalisation to clinch a deal that would release remaining bailout aid, despite a pressing cash crunch. “I think, we are very close (to a deal)… let’s say in a week,” Greece finance minister Yanis Varoufakis said. “Another currency is not on our radar, not in our thoughts.”

TOTAL RECALL :Takata is nearly doubling the size of its massive recall for faulty airbags, making it the largest auto recall in history. It recalled airbags used in about 18 million vehicles. This move will bring that number up to 34 million autos. That is nearly one out of every seven cars on US roads.

The recall is one of the largest consumer product recalls ever.

At least five deaths have been tied to the faulty airbags. But Takata has previously resisted demands by regulators to get all the affected airbags off the road. The airbags have been known to explode and send shrapnel into the face and body of both the driver and front seat passenger.