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China Stresses "Targeted" Economic Control

BEIJING, June 10 (Xinhua) -- China will attach greater importance to targeted control measures to keep economic growth in a proper range, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.

Let Engineering Science and Technology Create a Better Future for Humankind - keynote speech by Xi Jinping at ICEST2014

Let Engineering Science and Technology Create a Better Future for Humankind - keynote speech by Xi Jinping at ICEST2014

The International Conference on Engineering Science and Technology is held in Beijing in this beautiful season. It is a great gathering of the engineering science and technology communities of China and the world.

Address by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of Inauguration of the International Knowledge Centre

Address by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of Inauguration of the International Knowledge Centre

The International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology embodies a commitment that both China and UNESCO share.This is the commitment to support all countries in their aspirations to build knowledge societies -- the commitment to strengthen the ability of all societies to create and share knowledge, for the benefit of all.

Address by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of Inauguration of the International Knowledge Centr

Address by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of Inauguration of the International Knowledge Centr

The International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology embodies a commitment that both China and UNESCO share.This is the commitment to support all countries in their aspirations to build knowledge societies -- the commitment to strengthen the ability of all societies to create and share knowledge, for the benefit of all.

UNESCO sets up knowledge center in Beijing

UNESCO sets up knowledge center in Beijing

BEIJING, June 2 (Xinhua) -- The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) set up its International Knowledge Center for Engineering Sciences and Technology (IKCEST) in Beijing on Monday.

Xi Urges Inter-Civilization Exchanges, Mutual Learning in His Address at UNESCO Headquarters

Xi Urges Inter-Civilization Exchanges, Mutual Learning in His Address at UNESCO Headquarters

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a speech at the headquarters of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Paris, France, March 27, 2014.(Xinhua)

Chinese President Says UNESCOs Role

Chinese President Says UNESCOs Role "Irreplaceable"

Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) meets with Irina Bokova, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Paris, France, March 27, 2014. (Xinhua/Yao Dawei)

New Chinese Ambassador, Permanent Delagate to UNESCO, Presented Credentials to UNESCO Director-General

New Chinese Ambassador, Permanent Delagate to UNESCO, Presented Credentials to UNESCO Director-General

Mrs. Zhang Xiuqin, newly-appointed Chinese Ambassador, Permanent Delegate to UNESCO, presented her credentials to Ms. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO today.

Xi Urges Independent Innovation In Science, Technology

Xi Urges Independent Innovation In Science, Technology

BEIJING, June 9 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping on Monday stressed that the direction of China's science and technology development is "innovation, innovation and innovation.

Chinese premier meets UNESCO director-general

Chinese premier meets UNESCO director-general

Chinese PremierLi Keqiang(R) meets with Irina Bokova, director-general of theUnited NationsEducational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in Paris June 30, 2015. (Xinhua/Li Xueren)

IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on “Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering” Held in Beijing

IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on “Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering” Held in Beijing

The IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering was held in Beijing Conference Center on November 17, 2015. More than 400 representatives attended the symposium, including about twenty internationally renowned foreign and domestic academicians and experts. The symposium lasted one day and was hosted by the Chinese Academy of Engineering and organized by the International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology under the auspices of UNESCO (shortened as “IKCEST”).

IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on “Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering” Held in Beijing

IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on “Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering” Held in Beijing

The IKCEST International Symposium 2015 on Digital Knowledge for Science and Engineering was held in Beijing Conference Center on November 17, 2015. More than 400 representatives attended the symposium, including about twenty internationally renowned foreign and domestic academicians and experts. The symposium lasted one day and was hosted by the Chinese Academy of Engineering and organized by the International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology under the auspices of UNESCO (shortened as “IKCEST”).

IKCEST International Training Workshop 2015 Held in Hangzhou

IKCEST International Training Workshop 2015 Held in Hangzhou

The IKCEST International Training Workshop 2015, hosted by the International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology under the Auspices of UNESCO (shortened as “IKCEST”) and organized by the College of Computer Science of Zhejiang University, was held in Hangzhou from December 3 to 9,2015.

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting Held in Beijing

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting Held in Beijing

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting was held from 16 to 18 May 2016, at Beijing Conference Centre. A total of 160 participants from over 30 countries gathered in Beijing, including representatives from UNESCO Science Centres, the World Academy of Sciences for the Advancement of Science in Developing Countries, Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, UNESCO headquarters and UNESCO field offices.

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting Held in Beijing

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting Held in Beijing

UNESCO Science Centres Coordination Meeting was held from 16 to 18 May 2016, at Beijing Conference Centre. A total of 160 participants from over 30 countries gathered in Beijing, including representatives from UNESCO Science Centres, the World Academy of Sciences for the Advancement of Science in Developing Countries, Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, UNESCO headquarters and UNESCO field offices.

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Tyrant in the code

Tyrant in the code

Cyrus Radfar Crunch Network Contributor Cyrus Radfar is a founding engineer of AddThis, which was acquired by Oracle. More posts by this contributor: Apple lays the groundwork to kill online advertising How to join the network Mankind has a complex relationship with the notion of Artificial Intelligence. Tinged with both fear and fascination; the timeline for AI development is punctuated by cultural and historical events that have brought with them new speculation and theories. Mechanical men and artificial beings were a prevalent feature of Greek myth, including the golden robots of Hephaestus and Pygmalion’s Galatea; Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein introduced generations of readers to a terrifying idea of non-human intelligence; and, in more recent times, the dialogue has included the idea of computerized tech becoming a threat to the existence of our species. These recent concerns culminated in the 2015 “Open Letter on Arti
Hulu will offer offline access to videos in a few months

Hulu will offer offline access to videos in a few months

All the top streaming services will now offer offline access to selected content, it seems. Following Netflix and Amazon, Hulu’s CEO Mike Hopkins has confirmed that it will offer users the ability to download content to their devices in a matter of months. The company is currently working on the technology and the rights to make the feature possible, Hopkins said. The tease about downloads was mentioned briefly in a longer interview with the CEO in AdWeek, which focused on a variety of topics, including the forthcoming live TV service, the larger competitive landscape, Hulu’s programming, and other features, including Hulu’s cloud DVR and the recently launched user profiles, among other things. Asked if Hulu had any plans to offer downloads, Hopkins simply said: Yes, it’s definitely on our road map. It’s something that we’re going be doing in a few months. We’re working hard on the technology around that and getting the rights squared away. Hulu would be the third major streaming servi
Disrupt NY 2017 Startup Battlefield applications are officially open

Disrupt NY 2017 Startup Battlefield applications are officially open

Applications for Startup Battlefield at Disrupt NY are now open. We’re searching for new, up-and-coming startups to launch and compete on the  TechCrunch Disrupt NY stage. Why Apply? Your team will get to pitch for six minutes and then face Q&A from an all-star list of judges. Past Battlefield judges have included Roelof Botha (Sequoia Capital), Fred Wilson (Union Square Ventures), and Eileen Burbidge (Passion Capital). All Battlefield sessions are live streamed to a vast, global audience via TechCrunch, Facebook, Twitter/Periscope, and YouTube. The Disrupt London Battlefield finals last December saw 80,000 viewers on Facebook Live alone. The Battlefield winner takes home the renowned Disrupt Cup, a check for $50,000, and priceless exposure to investors and media. To date, more than 623 companies have competed in Battlefield. They have raised more than $6.6 billion and 83 Battlefield companies have either been acquired or IPO’ed. Disrupt 2011 Battlefield company Trello was just acq
Most pressing infrastructure needs do not require federal money or approval

Most pressing infrastructure needs do not require federal money or approval

Kevin Gluba Crunch Network Contributor Kevin Gluba is the executive director of the Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure. How to join the network President-elect Trump has called for a trillion dollars in infrastructure investment, but he wants the private sector to play a critical role. Fortunately, one of our nation’s immediate infrastructure needs will not have to rely on the federal government at all. Private sector investment in a smarter grid will allow for better integration of distributed energy resources (DER), like rooftop solar, while strengthening reliability and making power systems more resilient. And it can all be done without a dime from Congress. Regardless of one’s views on rooftop solar or net metering policies, encouraging early investment in infrastructure and technology — based on good planning and forecasting — is the most immediate way to capitalize on the benefits of this growing resource and improve electric reliability
Overview of IKCEST
Characterized by an ever-growing global exchange of vast amounts of information, our world has entered the era of big data. However, much of this data remains inaccessible on the Internet, available only within enterprises, research institutes,
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Making full use of various digital resources of relevant universities, research institutes, enterprises and other entities across the country, the China Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (CKCEST) aims at establishing a knowledge centre featuring the richest resources, the broadest scope of application, the strongest practicality as well as the biggest influences within 9 years or so
Making full use of various digital resources of relevant universities, research institutes, enterprises and other entities across the country, the China Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology (CKCEST) aims at establishing a knowledge centre featuring the richest resources, the broadest scope of application, the strongest practicality as well as the biggest influences within 9 years or so
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Probability & Statistics with R for Engineers and Scientists | Edition: 1

Probability & Statistics with R for Engineers and Scientists | Edition: 1

Michael Akritas
ISBN: 9780321852991
Pearson
01/10/2015
Tufts University,University of Michigan -Ann Arbor North,Penn State University
Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes | Edition: 4

Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes | Edition: 4

Richard M. Felder, Ronald W. Rousseau, Lisa G. Bullard
ISBN: 9780470616291
Wiley
07/27/2015
University of Houston,Rochester Institute of Technology,University of Tennessee at Chattanooga,Tufts University,Worcester Polytechnic Institute,Texas A&M University,University of Michigan -Ann Arbor North,Unversity of Mississippi,Penn State University,Clemson University,Johns Hopkins University,University Of Pennsylvnaia
Birthright People and Nature in the Modern World

Birthright People and Nature in the Modern World

Stephen R. Kellert
ISBN: 9780300205794
Yale University Press
05/27/2014
Yale University
On Course Study Skills Plus Edition | Edition: 3

On Course Study Skills Plus Edition | Edition: 3

Skip Downing
ISBN: 9781305397484
Cengage Learning
01/01/2016
University of Maryland College Park
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Converges the data real time from two open source websites of GitHub and SourceForge, and makes the classification navigation, providing convenient search of software tools for researchers and practitioners in engineering and technology fields.
Converges the data real time from two open source websites of GitHub and SourceForge, and makes the classification navigation, providing convenient search of software tools for researchers and practitioners in engineering and technology fields.
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