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Hong Kong’s GDP is expected to grow 4.3% in 2012 with growth coming mainly from domestic demand and services exports, according to CityU forecast.
Professor Way Kuo discussed nuclear energy security and global safety with regional security experts at a Sino-US Colloquium on Energy Cooperation: challenges and opportunities on 13 January.
The renowned physicist and Nobel Laureate Professor Claude Cohen-Tannoudji gave a lecture at CityU on major breakthroughs in the evolution of atomic physics.
Professor Paul Chu of the Department of Physics and Materials Science delivers the latest in the President's Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia at CityU with a talk titled “Surface Engineering and Modification of Materials”.
CityU is co-organising with Cornell University and The Hong Kong Jockey Club a 3-day symposium to enhance the expertise of equine veterinary surgeons in the treatment of equine upper airway disease.
Bio-inspired materials newly developed by CityU can significantly improve the efficiency of electronic cooling, opening up the possibilities for shrinking the size of electronic products even further.
Some 20 archeologists, scholars, researchers and curators from the mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South East Asia and Australia gathered at CityU, 24 and 25 June 2004, to exchange their findings on China's 12th to 15th century ceramics and maritime trade.
CityU's Wireless Communications Research Centre celebrated its 10th anniversary with the opening of the Near Field Antenna Measurement Chamber, 24 June. Jointly sponsored by the Research Grants Council (RGC), HKSAR, and CityU, the HK$5 million Chamber accurately monitors the performance of antennas for mobile communications, thus advancing innovative antenna R&D capacity in Hong Kong.
What are the desirable qualities of a 21st century leader? That was the question of the day at the opening session of the Student Leadership Conference (SLC), 7 -11 June, 2004. CityU invited more than 120 student leaders from several prominent universities in the region to exchange their views.
The launch of three Beidou satellites into orbit, two in 2000 and one in 2003, has opened a new chapter in China's satellite communications development. It spawned a new industry of navigation products for use with the Beidou Global Positioning System (BGPS) and CityU's wireless communications experts are making their mark in this industry.

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