Wearable Technology for Industry
The startup, Comma Technology Ltd, is focused on portable and wearable technology for logistics and manufacturing industries.
'Dental Development: An Aid to Give Identities and to Inform General Health'
Dr Hai Ming Wong and a team of PhD and BDS students in the Faculty of Dentistry have applied dental age assessment to address the social issue of unregistered births in India. They received the University’s Knowledge Exchange Excellence Award 2015 and the Faculty KE Award 2015 of the Faculty of Dentistry for this project.
Taking the Guesswork Out of Logistics
Manufacturers have to keep track of many different things at the same time to enhance the productivity of workers, from the movement of materials through shop-floor activities to product shipments. Trying to juggle all this efficiently is a constant challenge. But a new platform developed by HKU engineers is proving remarkably successful at the task and is also saving firms money.
Growing Cartilage from our Stem Cells
Living Tissues Co. Ltd. is a new start-up that has emerged from the 21st century vision of an HKU laboratory to grow new tissues from the stem cells in our bone marrow and use them to repair damaged parts of our bodies.
A 21st Century Learning Project
Hong Kong's 1,000-plus primary and secondary schools will soon all be equipped with wifi and other infrastructure for e-learning. But what does that learning look like? A team of engineering graduates are about to provide the first locally-developed answer.
DreamCatchers is HKU's newly launched Entrepreneurship series, providing a hub to inspire and nurture innovation and entrepreneurship, with forums, mixers, events, courses, marketplaces, co-workspaces and portal, covering all tech, biz, social, cultural and media spheres. It is cross-sector and inter-generational, for alumni and students with passion and determination to innovate and change the world.
Domestic Helpers Get an Alternative
Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong come from developing Asian countries in pursuit of jobs to help support their families at home. Unfortunately, to secure these jobs the workers often have to pay significant and often illegal placement fees, which leave them deep in debt and reluctant to walk away, even if abused by their employers.
Start it Up with TSSSU@HKU: Matters of the Heart
Here's a golden opportunity for the entrepreneurial-minded to translate their new technologies and inventions into business opportunities. TSSSU@HKU is a new award programme with an annual budget of HK$4 million, and the HKU edition of the Technology Start-up Support Scheme for Universities (TSSSU) launched by the Innovation and Technology Commission in October 2014. It provides funding support to technology startup companies formed by HKU students, staff and alumni.