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                                    Source: Xinhua | 2020-05-26 16:48:53 | Editor: huaxia BEIJING, May 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese researchers have discovered that more than half of the confirmed novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases occurred in places with the air temperature between five to 15 degrees Celsius. The researchers from Lanzhou University hoped to learn about the environmental parameters within which the SARS-CoV-2 can survive in order to understand its global dispersal pattern. They investigated the impact of ambient...

                                    By Ma Jingna in Yinchuan and Qiu Quanlin in Guangzhou | chinadaily.com.cn Updated: May 27, 2020 The Global COVID-19 Prediction System by Lanzhou University in Gansu province is launched online on May 25, 2020. [Photo/Screenshot of the Global COVID-19 Prediction System official website] A system to predict the spread of COVID-19 globally was launched online on Monday, according to the Collaborative Innovation Center of Western Ecological safety led by Lanzhou University in Gansu province. The Glo...

                                    Xinhua, May 24, 2020 LANZHOU, May 24 (Xinhua) -- A system to predict the spread of COVID-19 globally will be launched online on Monday, Chinese researchers said. The Global COVID-19 Prediction System is established by the collaborative innovation center of western ecological safety led by Lanzhou University in northwest China's Gansu Province. The system will predict the daily numbers of infection cases for 30 consecutive days of over 180 countries around the world, taking into account the impac...

                                    Xinhua | Updated: 2020-05-24 17:22 LANZHOU -- A system to predict the spread of COVID-19 globally will be launched online on Monday, Chinese researchers said. The Global COVID-19 Prediction System is established by the collaborative innovation center of western ecological safety led by Lanzhou University in Northwest China's Gansu province. The system will predict the daily numbers of infection cases for 30 consecutive days of over 180 countries around the world, taking into account the impact o...

                                    Xinhua 24th May 2020, 18:44 GMT+10 LANZHOU, May 24 (Xinhua) -- A system to predict the spread of COVID-19 globally will be launched online on Monday, Chinese researchers said. The Global COVID-19 Prediction System is established by the collaborative innovation center of western ecological safety led by Lanzhou University in northwest China's Gansu Province. The system will predict the daily numbers of infection cases for 30 consecutive days of over 180 countries around the world, taking into acc...

                                    Xinhua May 24 , 2020 Huang Jianping is discussing the study with experts. (Xinhua/Zhang Wenjing) A system to predict the spread of COVID-19 globally will be launched online on Monday, Chinese researchers said. The Global COVID-19 Prediction System is established by the collaborative innovation center of western ecological safety led by Lanzhou University in northwest China's Gansu Province. The system will predict the daily numbers of infection cases for 30 consecutive days of over 180 countries...

                                    Medics in NW China share COVID-19 treatment experience with UK Xinhua April 08, 2020 A hospital in northwest China's Gansu Province on Tuesday shared COVID-19 treatment experience with physicians from the United Kingdom through a three-hour video conference. During the teleconference, medical experts from the First Hospital of Lanzhou University shared their invaluable experience in COVID-19 treatment and patient management. Seven doctors from James Cook University Hospital, the biggest medical...

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                                    Xinhua March 21 , 2020 Researchers at Heitai field (Photo provided by the interviewee) Researchers have developed a new method to evaluate and predict potential landslides. Landslides can result in serious impacts. There is a continuing need to develop better tools to enhance the effectiveness of landslide risk assessment and management. Researchers from China's Lanzhou University combined empirical modeling with time-series Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) techniques to assess p...

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