After 20 years of development, China’s bet on the future of science comes in the form of Songshan Lake Science City


20th Anniversary of Songshan Lake – A Science Town for Rapid Transformation of Scientific Results

Dongguan Songshan Lake Science City

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China’s land resources to produce the latest products for businesses. Western. Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable. To put things right, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the city’s industrial growth. This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution in the Songshan Lake area.

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China’s land resources to produce the latest products for businesses. Western. Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable. To put things right, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the city’s industrial growth. This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution in the Songshan Lake area.

Dongguan Songshan Lake Science City

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China's land resources to make the latest products for businesses. Western.  Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable.  To put things right, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the city's industrial growth.  This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution in the Songshan Lake area.

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China’s land resources to produce the latest products for businesses. Western. Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable. To put things right, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the city’s industrial growth. This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution in the Songshan Lake area.

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China’s land resources to produce the latest products for businesses. Western. Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable. To put things right, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the city’s industrial growth. This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution in the Songshan Lake area.

DONGGUAN, China, January 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In July 2020, Dongguan Songshan Lake Science City became an important part of China’s Fourth Comprehensive National Science Center.

Dongguan City was once a sprawl of low-end, labor-intensive industries that depended on cheap labor and China’s land resources to produce the latest products for businesses. Western.

Fortunately, visionary directors of Dongguan City realized 20 years ago that this development model was unsustainable. To correct the situation, they decided to build a high-tech industrial park in the Songshan Lake area to pave the way for the industrial growth of the city. This decision would pave the way for 20 years of evolution within the Songshan Lake Area.

Inspected in August 2018, China’s Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) in Songshan Lake Area in Dongguan marks the world’s fourth-largest spallation neutron source and represents China’s determination to become a world-class country in research. fundamental science.

The source of spallation neutrons is essentially a super microscope which plays a vital role in studying the structure of microscopic matter. It doesn’t happen too soon, as scientists around the world scramble for new, more environmentally friendly sources of energy in the face of the growing threat of climate change, hydrogen energy is undoubtedly one most promising solutions, but the question of how to store and release hydrogen energy in a stable and safe way has always been a problem that has plagued scientists. With the help of the spallation neutron source, scientists can effectively respond to the aforementioned problems, thus providing a solution to the problem of global climate change.

In addition, spallation neutron sources are important research methods in a variety of other fields, namely: medicine and aerospace.

But the spallation neutron source was not the only breakthrough in the Songshan Lake area of ​​Dongguan. In the same year, in 2018, the Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory was established. And just a year later, the results of research on “amorphous alloys” by Chinese scientist Wang Weihua and their team won China’s “Top 10 Scientific and Technological Advances”.

But this is only the beginning. In the not-so-distant future, Songshan Lake seeks to add more world-class basic scientific research facilities, including advanced attosecond laser infrastructure. With their eyes on the future, scientists at Songshan Lake hope that with the help of state-of-the-art scientific research facilities, they can provide solutions to climate change and sustainability issues.

Today, it is a city that drives the future of China’s scientific development. Beyond borders, it aspires to serve as a scientific influence on the rest of the world.

Media contact: Winnie Wang
Zhishuang Wang92@163.com
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