AI for Mental Health
While patients may often forget the details of their daily routine, the app is able to record them, providing health workers with extensive and personalised data that can lead to faster treatment and less trauma for their patients.
HKU scholars are using robotics and artificial intelligence to develop smart devices and better services for the elderly.
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.
Smart Springs for Stable Green Power Supply
Professor Ron Hui found the solution in a most unexpected place: in bed.
Softening the Blow
A Hong Kong University start-up called Lifespans, which offers innovative treatment for fracture repair in elderly patients, is winning prizes and a lot of industry interest.
This study provides an innovative underlying biomedical technology that has the potential to transform medical diagnostics through enabling repeated or even continuous measurement of biomolecules as individuals go about their normal day.