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The State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (SKLMP) at CityU has been endorsed by the United Nations (UN) to initiate a ten-year "Global Estuaries Monitoring (GEM)" Programme to collect and study environmental pollutants in the estuaries of major cities around the globe so as to formulate a long-term policy of promoting clean estuaries.
City University of Hong Kong (CityU) shines again in the top 100 worldwide universities granted US utility patents by the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). This news, announced on 15 June, places CityU at 51st in the world, the highest position in our history, and ranks us top among local universities for the 5th consecutive year.
A research collaboration on geotechnical structures in hydraulic engineering and another one on video coding technology developed at CityU have won major Ministry of Education awards.
Hong Kong should not squander a unique opportunity to protect itself and others from Covid-19, according to Professor Nikolaus Osterrieder, Dean of the Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, in an online talk titled “Covid-19 Vaccination - A One Health No-Brainer” on 3 June.
A study by CityU's Centre for Communication Research shows that local Internet users receive on average 58 junk mails per week, 11 more than that of 2004 and double the number of normal emails received.
CityU's Department of Applied Social Studies revealed its findings on the "Positive Ageing Index" at a press conference on 19 January. The study shows that social networks and a positive outlook are crucial to enhancing positive ageing.
Final-year Marketing students won high praise at a presentation ceremony today (12 January) for the quality of their consultancy projects developed for several renowned corporations.
Researchers at CityU and partners from the Hong Kong Association of Art Therapists have unveiled Smart Ambience Therapy, a pioneering application of interactive media and virtual reality technology in art therapy.
Department of Management Sciences announced the findings of the "CityU Hong Kong Consumer Satisfaction Index 2005" on 7 January, showing that HKCSI stayed at 69.5, up 0.6% from the previous record high in 2004.