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CityU has received ten awards for its information and communications technology innovations in the first Hong Kong ICT Awards.
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An electronic engineering student from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Science and Technology Fellowship by the US Department of State.
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A six-member delegation from the China Association of Science and Technology, led by its Chairman Professor Han Qide, visited City University of Hong Kong on 7 November.
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The Minister of Science and Technology Dr Xu Guanhua found much to admire when he visited the Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory at CityU on 15 November.
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Dr Yeung Lam-fat and his research group from the Department of Electronic Engineering were awarded a grant by Hongkong Electric in support of a research on wave energy.
For years, the thin gauze of atmosphere surrounding the earth hampered astronomers from studying the most distant stars in our cosmos. But the Hubble Space Telescope, fixed in the clarity of space, has lifted that veil. It is our outpost to the universe.
In another milestone in its development, CityU is the first local institution of higher education to foster a technology company from start-up to public listing. TeleEye Holdings Ltd plans to make a public offer and placing of 50 million new shares, representing 27.8% of the shareholding, on Hong Kong's Growth Enterprise Market. Of the total, 42 million shares are earmarked for a placing and eight million shares will be offered for public subscription.
CityU Enterprises Limited (CityUE), a wholly-owned company of City University, operates under the aegis of the Industrial and Business Development Office. It was established in 1992 to facilitate, coordinate, promote and encourage contract research and consultancy which enhances technical innovation, research and development and the advancement of science, the humanities, educational and cultural activities in Hong Kong.

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