No Place Like Home
Elderly residents can feel lost and depressed when redevelopment or changing needs force them from the homes they have lived in for decades. HKU scholars are searching for ways to ease the blow.
HKU scholars are using robotics and artificial intelligence to develop smart devices and better services for the elderly.
Elderly people and the caregivers of elderly with dementia all have a high risk of depression. Programmes developed at HKU are helping to lift their mood.
Lessons from the Past
A new major archaeological research programme enables students to study the past of Armenia and the Ancient Near East and to excavate an ancient fortress and other settlements. The project also engages the public directly in field archaeology through an interdisciplinary knowledge exchange initiative.
HKU’s Virus Experts Called to Action
The pandemic caused by COVID-19 (for coronavirus-2019) has upended all areas of life around the world. HKU LKS Faculty of Medicine, one of the world’s foremost research centres for emerging infectious diseases, has played a central role in the effort to contain it.
Sink or Swim?
A newly designed shellfish culture raft could help Hong Kong’s beleaguered oyster industry stay afloat.
Treatment as Prevention: Reducing Cases of HIV/AIDS
Fighting HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 using HKU Patented Technology