Using Data to Protect Wildlife
Hong Kong is a major hub for international wildlife trade. The Conservation Forensics team’s research is providing data to support efforts to combat and reduce the illegal trade of wild species.
Surgical Robots with New Eyes
My research is to open up a new dimension with new eyes to see through the body and organs, pinpointing the specific part of the body for safer and more precise robotic surgery.
A New Approach to Autism Education
Autism Spectrum Disorder is an individual, family, school, and community issue.
‘Reduction of Illegal Global Wildlife Trade through Novel Conservation Forensics Research’
The team from the School of Biological Sciences, Dr Caroline Dingle, Dr David Baker, Dr Timothy Bonebrake and Professor David Dudgeon, has adopted conservation forensics to provide authorities investigating illegal wildlife trafficking with accurate scientific data to use against traffickers. The team received the University’s Knowledge Exchange Excellence Award 2020 for this project.
Professor Chuyang Tang from the Department of Civil Engineering wins the HKU Innovator Award
The new HKU Innovator Award is a university-level award established to recognise outstanding faculty members whose innovations demonstrate exceptionally high potential impact (legacy or projected legacy) with transformative results to foster development. Professor Chuyang Tang of the Department of Civil Engineering received the inaugural HKU Innovator Award.
Dr Ka Wai Kwok from the Department of Mechanical Engineering wins the HKU Young Innovator Award
The new HKU Young Innovator Award is a university-level award established to recognise young faculty members whose innovations demonstrate exceptionally high potential impact (legacy or projected legacy) with transformative results to foster development. Dr Ka Wai Kwok of the Department of Mechanical Engineering received the inaugural HKU Young Innovator Award.