BEIJING, April 5 (Xinhua) -- The following is a summary of recent science news briefs.
China-developed ARJ21 regional airplanes have realized a total of 10,000 safety flight hours in commercial operation as of the end of March.
By the end of March, the fleet of ARJ21 airplanes have carried around 320,000 passengers shuttling around Chinese cities, said Chengdu Airlines.
A new A350 full flight simulator has been put into operation in Hua Ou Aviation Training Company in Beijing.
It is a major step taken by Airbus to enhance its training capacity to meet surging demands from Chinese customers, Airbus China said.
More than 30 movies with special effects will be shown in the China Science and Technology Museum in Beijing, starting Friday, to help popularize science among ordinary people.
The ball-screen cinema, giant-screen cinema and 4D cinema of the museum will be used to show the science-themed movies from 12 countries including China, the United States and Belgium.
AI MEDICAL TOOL
Chinese researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) medical tool that can help doctors target head and neck tumor cells faster and more accurately, according to an article published in the international journal Radiology.
Chinese scientists have developed a new method to improve wound dressings by enhancing their capacity for promoting blood coagulation and wound healing.