The assembly of a massive global scientific and engineering project called the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor -- also known as the ITER -- officially started on July 28 in southern France.
The outer containment dome was successfully installed on July 25 onto the containment building of unit 6 at the Fuqing nuclear power plant.
Seven patents owned by the China National Nuclear Corporation -- also known as CNNC -- received the national patent excellence award.
The unit 5 of the Tianwan plant completed its first fuel loading on July 9.
The CNNC guidelines get international recognition. They were recently published on the official website of the World Association of Nuclear Operators.
CNNC develops two new types of nuclear anti-terrorism and security equipment.
Independently developed by China, the latest version of the Chinese Evaluated Nuclear Data Library --the CENDL-3.2 -- was released on June 12.
A second steel lining module for the nuclear island reactor of unit 1 of the Zhangzhou nuclear power plant was successfully lifted into place on May 29.
A landmark was reached during the construction ITER, after a key component called the cryostat base that weighs 1,250 tons was lifted into place on May 28.
Luo Qi submitted proposals on accelerating the development of nuclear technology applications and expanding the roll out of nuclear medicine in the national medical system.