Many ceramic bombs and a three-meter-tall white balloon are on display at the Exhibition Hall of Evidences of Crime Committed by Unit 731 of the Japanese Imperial Army in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.
A research team, jointly led by Yan Xiyun from the Institute of Biophysics under the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Gao Lizeng from Yangzhou University, has for the first time developed a strategy to coordinate nanozymes to target tumor cells and selectively kill tumors. Their findings were published in Nature Communications last week.
Unit 731 produced about 2,000 ceramic bombs from 1937 to 1942, a staff member of the museum said on Monday, the 86th anniversary of the September 18 Incident.
The country's new president, vice-president, Cabinet, top judge and prosecutor are expected to be elected before the legislative session ends.
"Electricity infrastructure construction has become one of the most active sectors to promote the Belt and Road Initiative," he said.
"China is competitive in electricity equipment, technology and management and will help the world in electricity supply and energy transformation in the future," he said.
According to the plan submitted to the country’s top legislature, the new agency will help enhance the strategic planning and coordination of foreign aid and humanitarian assistance, which is now mainly the work of the ministries of commerce and foreign affairs.