Promoting Wellness through Expressive Arts
The value of expressive arts in helping people recover from illness, injuries and trauma as well as improving holistic wellbeing has been increasingly recognised around the world.
Teaching the Value of Legal Ethics
From Greater China Region to Greater Bay Area: Promoting Legal Professionalism Development beyond Hong Kong
Nano Solutions for Cleaner Air and Water
Our filter delivers safe drinkable water in less than one minute, simple and reliable, and no electricity is needed.
A New Approach to Autism Education
Autism Spectrum Disorder is an individual, family, school, and community issue.
Sharing Knowledge for the Benefit of All
I believe publicly funded research is a public good, and I hope Hong Kong can focus on how to maximise the benefits of that public good.
‘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.