We looked inside some of the tweets by @XHscitech and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Back to Business: Chang'e-4 probe on the far side of the moon resumes operation http://xhne.ws/S70l5
Check close contacts of novel coronavirus using big data! By inputting names and ID card numbers, people can check whether they took the same flights, trains or buses as those with confirmed or suspected cases http://xhne.ws/Wryi7
AI maintenance system helps high-speed train run safely http://xhne.ws/EVabt
Heavy, cumbersome, layer by layer...but...it's a must. Two doctors working on the frontline of the #COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China, show how to properly don and doff protective equipment
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) proven to be effective in COVID-19 treatment. TCM has been used in treating 60,107 confirmed cases in China, or 85.2 percent of the total: official http://xhne.ws/9cR7b
Autopsy on bodies of two COVID-19 patients are finished. The results have been sent for further study http://xhne.ws/h92Io
Average time from onset of symptoms of COVID-19 to diagnosis is 4.95 days; early diagnosis, treatment lead to higher recovery rate in China: official http://xhne.ws/cot2E
Get creative with DIY miniature furniture!
Twenty recovered coronavirus patients donated their plasma to those in severe condition in Wuhan http://xhne.ws/jBe7I
The diagnosis criteria revision, which treats clinically diagnosed cases as confirmed cases, boosts the confidence of frontline medical workers in their battle against the epidemic http://xhne.ws/ycTOq
Drones have joined fight against novel #coronavirus in China. Equipped with thermal imaging technology, they can detect those with a fever up in the air
Chinese city uses robots to replace human deliveryman amid epidemic as many residential communities in Nanjing don't allow the entry of deliverymen http://xhne.ws/ugHP9
Someone with a temperature of above 37.3 degrees Celsius could be ill. But taking temperatures, especially in crowded locations, can be a lengthy task. Check out this 5G robot that can now be found at many train stations and airports across China