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Young people will be more friendly to senior citizens if they know more about ageing, according to a cross-generation survey conducted by CityU.
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The findings of a research titled “Approaching the Ideal Elastic Strain Limit in Silicon Nanowires,” led by MBE will bring revolutionary changes to medical equipment.
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A top international research team led by CityU has been awarded HK$28 million for the design of a compact and affordable terahertz system.
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Experts shared their knowledge and insights about data protection law at a symposium hosted by CityU on 9 September.
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Artificial leaves developed by CityU and partners can help to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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Professor Martha Nussbaum talked about revolutionary justice at a Distinguished Lecture on 29 August.
Department of Electronic Engineering Professor Ron Hui and his company, E-Energy, have received the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park Award. His team's two breakthrough products, the two-wired dimmable ballast and the universal electronic ballast for fluorescent lamps, were highly commended by the selection committee.
More than 130 international accounting professionals shared their latest research and insights into contemporary accounting and auditing issues at CityU's Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics Symposium on 3 and 4 January.
With his thought-provoking discussion on cross-cultural collaboration and virtual learning, Professor Douglas Vogel, Chair Professor of Information Systems, gave his audience much to consider at his professorial inaugural lecture in the Wei Hing Theatre on 5 December.
To establish the significance of his information processing paradigm, Cellular Nonlinear Networks (CNN), Professor Leon Chua summoned Shakespeare: "There is a tide in the affairs of men/ Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;/ Omitted, all the voyage of their life/ Is bound in shallows and in miseries," (Julius Caesar IV iii).

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