As part of Beijing 2020’s “science competition,” the world’s top 10 universities and scientific institutions are running their own competition to win a $20 million prize.
The winning university is from the United States, and the winner will be announced in September.
The announcement is expected in the coming days, and will also feature a video interview with the winning team.
This year’s winners are:The science competition, which is being held in partnership with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has been described by the New York Times as “the most ambitious science-funding effort in Chinese history.”
It is meant to showcase China’s scientific potential and the country’s scientific expertise, as well as showcase the country in the global spotlight.
It also aims to make sure China is seen as a leading global scientific power.
In addition to the $20M prize, Chinese universities and institutes have been awarded more than $1.3 billion in prize money.
According to the Times, Chinese institutes received more than 100 million yuan ($1.2 million) from the Chinese government.
The Science Competition was launched in March 2018, with the goal of showcasing the country as a global scientific powerhouse.
The competition aims to create a “global science hub for the next 50 years,” according to the World Economic Forum.