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Students, academics and researchers at the 1st BCH Students’ Conference had the chance to reflect on current advancements in all aspects of chemistry, biology and environmental sciences.
The International Symposium on Persistent Toxic Substances was held at CityU from 27 to 30 October.
An international symposium held at CityU on 13-15 August explored new ways of treating patients, detecting diseases and managing healthcare.
A CityU scientist has co-authored an article for the prestigious journal Nature on a novel nano-thermometer for probing the health status of living cells.
CityU scientist Professor Cheng Shuk Han and her team have developed a novel rapid-identification technology for meat ingredients that will help enhance food safety.
CityU scientist Dr Eddie Ma Chi-him and his team have identified a growth-associated gene that accelerates intrinsic axonal growth.
Researchers at CityU have found that an artificially constructed wetland can remove up to 90% of pollutants in wastewater.
Following approval from the Ministry of Science and Technology, the State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution led by CityU was established to help address the pressing need to protect China’s marine environment and biological resources.