The Third Eyes on Science and Technology in China
Cloth • 418 pp • 143 × 210 mm • English
US$29.95 • C$39.95
This book focuses on China’s scientific and technological progress as well as its contribution to the world, international science and technology exchanges, and collaboration over the past decade. All articles are based on the personal experience and feelings of foreign experts, related to the following topics: China’s scientific and technological progress over the past decade; China’s contribution to the world through science and technology development; Chinese scientific community’s participation in international collaboration and efforts to address global challenges; stories of working in China or collaborating with Chinese partners.
About the Author
David G. Evans serves as a distinguished professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology and chairman of the British Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) in Beijing. Professor Evans has been working at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology since 1996. In 2001, he received the Chinese Government Friendship Award. He plays a pioneering role in making layered & intercalated structural materials, a new research field. In January 2006, he obtained China International Science and Technology Cooperation Award, and in 2008, he won the honor of OBE from the British royal family. Presently, he engages in the popularization of chemistry science and carries out chemical experiments in Chinese schools. He owns millions of fans on platforms like TikTok, Kuaishou, and bilibili.