Caixin China Biz Roundup: Smell a Rat? How Scientists Got Male Rodents Pregnant
Scientists say the controversial study could influence reproductive biology research; a soy-milk producer’s shares tumble after it becomes the target of a consumer boycott; and Chinese astronauts complete the country’s second ever spacewalk
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