Thermal Extremes Threaten Hong Kong’s Tidal Zone
According to scientists around the world in July 2023 was the hottest month ever recorded on earth, while 2023 is on track to become the hottest year since records began.
Revitalising Hong Kong’s Abandoned Villages – Mui Tsz Lam & Kop Tong
There are more than 600 recognised villages scattered around Hong Kong that have been in existence since at least 1898. Most are inhabited, rural communities with a mix of old and new buildings and are a living link to the history and cultural heritage of the past.
Dental AI to Engage the Community
The Covid-related restrictions have highlighted the problems faced by many in the community when it comes to receiving medical treatment in Hong Kong. In particular, many poorer, older citizens fail to get regular dental check-ups as they are unable to see a dentist.
HKU Hatchery to Supply Quality Oysters to Farmers
We will bring growers here for knowledge exchange and expect them to go back and set up their own hatchery at an industry level.
Revolutionizing the Approach of Modular Integrated Construction with Smart Logistics
Quality inspection is the key in every construction project. The government has been adopting Modular Integrated Construction as a strategy to boost the productivity and quality of construction industry in Hong Kong. The remote e-Inspection system developed by the HKU architecture research team is a breakthrough to master the inspections remotely.
Prof. Mingxin Huang from the Department of Mechanical Engineering wins the HKU Innovator Award
The HKU Innovator Award is a university-level award established to recognise outstanding faculty members whose innovations demonstrate exceptionally high potential impact (legacy or projected legacy) with transformative results to foster development. Prof. Mingxin Huang from the Department of Mechanical Engineering received the HKU Innovator Award.
Dr. Shuofeng Yuan from the Department of Microbiology wins the HKU Young Innovator Award
The HKU Young Innovator Award is a university-level award established to recognise young faculty members whose innovations demonstrate exceptionally high potential impact (legacy or projected legacy) with transformative results to foster development. Dr Shuofeng Yuan of the Department of Microbiology received the HKU Young Innovator Award.