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Almost 100 CityU research projects have been awarded funding from the 2009-10 General Research Fund by the Research Grants Council
Consumer confidence levels rose for two consecutive quarters in Hong Kong to 87.5, up 8.7 points on the last quarter, according to a survey conducted by CityU.
A grant extension has enabled CityU’s Department of Applied Social Studies to extend a groundbreaking project on children and adolescents at risk from secondary schools to primary school students.
The “Information Systems Symposium - IT Innovation in the Next Decade” staged by the Department of Information Systems provided informed insights into the potential developments in this field from 6 - 7 July.
CityU hosted a roundtable forum on 4 July titled "Hong Kong as Education Hub: Prospects and Challenges". Speakers from different fields of society generated diverse policy views that will enrich policy-making process.
A research project led by Professor Ron Hui, Chair Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE), has made a major technological breakthrough in developing the world's first two-wired dimmable electronic ballast. The project received a US patent in November 2002.
CASSOS, the Computer-Assisted Simulation System for Orthognathic Surgery, developed by CityU's Department of Computer Science (CS), was awarded a Product Silver Award at the IT Excellence awards 2002 for its advanced and innovative technology on 18 February.

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