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	Sparsity: The beauty of less is more
Improving image quality using the mathematical concepts behind sparsity was the topic in the talk by Professor Raymond Chan Hon-fu of the Department of Mathematics for the President’s Lecture Series on 16 April.
 Targeted genetic analysis helps dissect disease inheritance
An international research team co-led by CityU has developed a high-throughput biological assay technique that provides valuable data for finding type-2 diabetes key biomarkers for diagnostics and treatment.
Producing efficient LEDs based on 2D perovskite material breakthrough
A research co-led by CityU has worked on 2D perovskite materials with a simple organic molecule and succeeded to realise highly efficient and bright green LEDs.
Tackling air pollution with new approaches
New methods for reducing air pollution and generating solar fuels developed by scientists at CityU offer practical solutions to the energy shortage, environmental issues, and related public health risks.
Electrical engineering talent shines in I&T sector
Talented EE graduates and students have showcased their capabilities in competitions for the innovation and technology sector.
City University of Hong Kong is showcasing more than 50 projects at the Innovation Expo 05 to demonstrate how science, new technologies and applied research can improve the quality of people's lives.
Professor H K Chang, President of City University of Hong Kong, participated in celebrations held by Fudan University from 23 to 25 September to mark Fudan’s centennial anniversary and further promote relations between the two universities.
Fudan University celebrated its 100th birthday from 23 to 25 September. I was asked to accompany Professor H K Chang to different functions. As a result, I spent two extraordinary days chatting with the President.
The Value for Money (VFM) Project looks at the process of planning and resource allocation in academic and administration departments to help promote a VFM culture at CityU.
More than 250 students attended an orientation recently for the Supplemental Instruction Scheme set up by the Faculty of Business (FB) to help freshmen adjust to university learning styles.

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