Macao will set up state laboratory of Chinese medicine

17:29, October 28, 2010      

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Macao will set up a key state laboratory of Chinese medicine, which will help promote high-tech research in medicine, improve Guangdong-Macao co-operation and aid in the development of the Hengqin Chinese Medical Technology Industrial Park, said Chui Sai On, chief executive of Macao Special Administrative Region

Chui announced this during a visit with Cao Jianlin, vice-minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China, on Oct. 26. The two sides held exchanges on further strengthening the cooperation between the Macao SAR and the Ministry of Science and Technology, promoting energy saving projects and establishing the key state laboratory of Chinese medicine in Macao.

Chui, expressed heartfelt thanks for the Ministry of Science and Technology's long-term support. He said that the key state laboratory of Chinese medicine will pass the examination and approval of the Ministry of Science and Technology. It will be Macao SAR's first key state laboratory of Chinese medicine

Chui said he hopes the Ministry of Science and Technology of China can continue to support and implement the technological cooperation and exchanges between the Chinese Mainland and Macao SAR to promote the development of Macao's technology and energy efficiency.

Cao said that "the agreement between the mainland and Macao to establish the Science and Technology Cooperation Committee" has already been in effect for five years, and the two sides have made remarkable achievements on the project cooperation, such as the comprehensive management on pollution of vehicle exhaust emissions, electronic waste management and pollution control.

Cao also said that Macao is a service platform connecting China and Portuguese-speaking countries and will also play a greater role in promoting national science and technological work in foreign countries.

By Yan Meng, People's Daily Online

(Editor:燕勐)

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