An Action-focused Community-based Study to Advance Equitable Quality Education for All
Vast disparities in students’ digital literacy competence within and across schools … had grave implications on the resulting inequities in educational access when all students had to learn online.
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.
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.
‘Knowledge Exchange on HIV/AIDS to Promote HIV Prevention and Care’
Professor Zhiwei Chen and his team has promoted Treatment as Prevention for HIV since 2009 and made contributions to the strategic plan and HIV manual of the Government of HKSAR. Professor Chen received the University’s Knowledge Exchange Excellence Award 2019 for this project.