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New sulfate formation pathway provides more accurate haze prediction
Environmental scientists at CityU have proposed a new pathway for the formation of sulfate, providing new insights for improving haze prediction.
New chips accelerate data transmission
A physicist from CityU has played a pivotal role in advancing data transmission speed on the internet to make it the fastest in the world.
Ricky Fu, a final year PhD research student in the Departme
Computer academics and scientists from the Asia Pacific region, Europe and North America gathered at CityU, 11 to 16 December, to participate in the Croucher Advanced Study Institute (ASI) programme on “Cryptography and Wireless Security. The event is hosted by CityU’s Department of Computer Science (CS) with financial support from the Croucher Foundation.
CityU's Office for Chinese Management Development hosted the “2004 EAMSA Annual Conference – Harmony v Conflict: Euro-Asian Management in a Turbulent Era”, 3-6 November. Over 60 scholars and practitioners from 18 countries came together to address how a harmonious business environment can be created and managed successfully in an increasingly turbulent business environment.

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