By Li Guoli
BEIJING, Dec. 15 -- The Science and Technology Commission (STC) of the Central Military Commission (CMC) hosted a reception day on national defense science and technology innovation for the third time in Beijing on December 13.
Officials from the STC listened to innovative and creative suggestions from 18 scientific research teams on new sensors, new materials, unmanned systems, and underwater detection, and conducted exchanges and discussions with the representatives. Most of the 46 participants are young scientific researchers from non-traditional military units.
With a view to pooling creative talents and creating an enabling environment, the STC began to host reception days regularly from September this year, providing access to face-to-face communication with scientific researchers, especially the young ones. Such an activity has attracted widespread attention and received warm response from scientific research units and researchers.
Besides, the STC has established a support mechanism for the incubation of national defense science and technology innovation, providing a quick response in decision-making, approval, initiating and funding to project proposals with profound research value and application prospects.
Next, the STC will continue to improve its working mechanism to set the stage for the scientific researchers to serve national defense with better conditions and opportunities.