President Xi presents China’s top science award to experts

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday presented China’s top science award to two Chinese scientists for their outstanding contributions to scientific and technological innovation. Aircraft designer Gu Songfen and nuclear expert Wang Dazhong received the award medals and certificates during the annual National Science and Technology Award Conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

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