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UN-endorsed CityU project on monitoring global estuaries
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.
Trawl ban boosts marine biodiversity
The prohibition of trawling activities in the Hong Kong marine environment for two and a half years has significantly improved biodiversity, an inter-university study led by CityU has found.
Seawalls’ marine biodiversity enhanced by eco-engineered tiles: CityU study
A research team of marine ecologists led by CityU has generated promising results for enhancing marine biodiversity on seawalls in the western waters of Hong Kong via eco-engineered tiles.
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Four research projects led by CityU have received $25 million from the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) Scheme under the Research Grants Council (RGC).
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Experts discussed marine environmental science at the International Conference on Underwater Science, Technology and Education at CityU.
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Around 40 students and professors participated in the International Scientific Diving Education and Application Symposium 2015 organised and sponsored by the State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution at CityU.
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CityU and APAS R & D Centre have developed a minibus safety and passenger information services system. In collaboration with two local minibus operators, the system will be installed on 12 green minibuses as part of a pilot project.
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A CityU survey on online payment security has revealed that Hong Kong netizens have a relatively low awareness of personal information protection in the online world, potentially exposing them to hackers.
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Dr Stephen Liao Shaoyi, Associate Professor from the Department of Information Systems has developed three intelligent traffic systems to enhance road safety and transportation efficiency.
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Dr Stephen Liao Shaoyi, Associate Professor from the Department of Information Systems, has received sponsorship of more than HK$10 million from the Innovation and Technology Fund and the industry to conduct three research projects on traffic systems.

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