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station would be packed with a variety of equipment, such as small manned submersibles to facilitate deep sea research work. The station could accommodate scientists to cultivate deep sea creatures, discover oil and gas resources, as well as analyze the genes of organisms for potential medical use.But an oceanic manned station poses many mobility and technical challenges, says Yan Kai. Considering the length of time it would stay submerged he suggests it would need to use fuel cells, nuclear power or even a yet-to-be-discovered new undersea energy.In addition, there would need to be breakthroughs in deep-sea communic

ation and navigation, accuracy and precision controls, and special lightweight materials designed to take account of it large scale, and the intense pressure at a depth of 1000 meters.A deep-sea station is part of China's major science, technology and innovation plan for 2030, highlighted in the 13th Five-year Plan (2016-2020) on Scientific and Technological Innovation, unveiled by Wan Gang, China's Science and Technology Mi

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nister, back in January.By Ralf Ostner, Chinese-English-German translator, based in Munich, GermanyThe European Union, United States, China, Japan are preparing for the so-called 2nd quantum revolution. The EU plans to invest 1 billion Euros in research for the next 10 years, starting in 2018.A broad community of industries, research institutes and scientists aim for Europe to stand at the forefront of bringing transformative advances to science, industry and society, by creating new commercial opportunities to address global challenges that provide strategic capabilities for security and seeds as yet un-imagined capabilities for the future. Europe's capabilities could lead to long-term economic, scientif