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New Strategic Plan offers ‘world-class’ vision
A newly launched vision for the future development of CityU further establishes our identity as a world-class university.
CityU JUPAS Consultation Week to be held from 25 to 30 May
To avoid crowds, CityU will be holding consultations online this year. Students who are interested in enrolling in CityU can learn about CityU’s JUPAS programmes and learning environment while staying at home.
Breakthrough technology indicates earlier detection for Alzheimer’s disease
A research team co-led by a scientist at CityU has discovered a new, non-invasive way to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease, helping patients get the necessary treatments around 10 years before any symptoms appear.
New ventilation system helps protect healthcare workers from Covid-19 infection
Professor John Lin from the Division of Building Science and Technology has invented a stratum ventilation system that provides fresh air for healthcare staff inside a ward.
Morale boosting poster campaign cheers up campus
To thank all CityU members for their commitment, the “Anti-epidemic ‘Cheer Up Station!’” poster campaign has been launched.
Innovations created by CityU science and engineering students were showcased at the Student Project Exhibition from 26 to 27 June.
Three distinguished persons will be bestowed honorary fellowships by CityU in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of, and service to, the University and the community. They are Professor Sun Kai-lit Cliff, Mr Herbert Hak Kong Tsoi and Dr Yip Kit-chuen.
Professor Sun Dong, Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has been elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) for his outstanding achievements in robotics and biomedical engineering.
A farewell party was held on 19 June for 44 members of staff who are retiring from CityU this year.
A farewell party was held on 19 June for 44 members of staff who are retiring from CityU this year.
SEE received funding from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to investigate the growth of multiple strains of human gut microbes in a single reactor.

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