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Researchers at CityU have identified and demonstrated for the first time a therapeutic small molecule, M1, that can restore the visual function in the mammalian central nervous system, offering hope for patients with optic nerve damage such as glaucoma-related vision loss.
Two efficient and inexpensive novel electrocatalysts for hydrogen production offering sustainable green solutions for the energy crisis have been developed by CityU.
A research team led by Professor Chan Chi-hou, Acting Provost and Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering at CityU, has developed a new-generation antenna that allows manipulation of the direction, frequency and amplitude of the radiated beam for enhancing 6th-generation wireless communications.
A MoU was signed between CityU and the Futian District People’s Government, Shenzhen on 29 November. The occasion marked a new milestone for the cooperation between CityU and the Futian District People’s Government in the Hetao Shenzhen-Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation Cooperation Zone.
Researchers at CityU have developed an Internet of Things Smart Mask integrating an ultrathin nanocomposite sponge structure-based soundwave sensor, which can detect and classify various respiratory sounds using deep learning, thus helping to improve personal and public health.
According to a survey conducted by CityU's Department of Media and Communication, most respondents prefer a reduction in the number of days required for inbound travellers to stay in quarantine hotels, with about 60% of respondents supporting the “0+7” model.
CityU secures research funding from the RGC to tackle the global public health threat from hypervirulent, multidrug-resistant pathogens
A research project led by a scholar at CityU received HK$38 million in research funding in the 12th round of the Theme-based Research Scheme under the Research Grants Council of the University Grants Committee for a five-year project.
A research team led by CityU has developed a deep learning model that can identify and quantify chicken distress calls from natural barn sounds with 97% accuracy. This breakthrough will help improve conditions and the welfare of chickens raised on crowded commercial farms.
Dr Li Haoliang from the Department of Electrical Engineering has been named as one of the Top 50 AI+X Chinese Young Scholars for his contributions to AI research.
Hong Kong venture capital fund and technology companies provide $15 million in additional annual angel fund investment for CityU HK Tech 300 start-ups
MoUs signed between CityU and three venture capital fund and technology companies will establish a co-investment partnership that will provide at least HK$15 million in additional angel fund investment each year to selected start-ups incubated by HK Tech 300.