Food for Thought
Food is more than a source of sustenance and pleasure. It is also a vehicle for thinking more deeply about the human condition and our place in the world, as explored by Dr Joe Lau in a recent knowledge exchange project.
HKU Engineering & UC Berkeley team develops high-speed imaging technology that captures blood flow at the single-cell level in the awake brain
Our interdisciplinary research team has provided unprecedented moving images of how individual blood cells flow in the brain of a mouse that was awake
Rural Sustainability Programme – APAC Initiative for Regional Impact (AIRI) Held Inaugural Regional Roundtable
AIRI is a proud extension and scaling up of our Rural Sustainability programme at Lai Chi Wo, where the great work has been recognised by the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation in 2020
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.
Polishing ‘Life’s Jewels’
Everyone has a degree or two these days, what employers want to see is their individuality.
Facing up to Robots
Dr Luo’s aim is not just to enable robots to interpret and understand human behaviour, but to use this information to build human/AI paired systems that outperform their singular counterparts to create the ‘brain’ of what he calls ‘social robots’.