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Eminent CityU faculty receive RGC awards
Outstanding faculty members at CityU were recognised by RGC at an Awards Presentation Ceremony on 24 November for their distinguished research achievements and significant contributions to higher education.
New approach for making high-strength and ductile alloys
A research team led CityU has discovered a new strategy for fabricating multicomponent superlattice alloys with disordered interfacial nanolayers that have both high strength and good ductility at various temperatures.

Breakthrough in making solar cells more efficient, scalable, and ‘green’
A research team led by scientists at CityU has discovered an exciting new way to make solar power more effective and more environmentally friendly.
CityU secures HK$23m funding from two RGC Research Fellow Schemes
CityU has been granted more than HK$23 million in research funding from the inaugural Senior Research Fellow Scheme and Research Fellow Scheme under the Research Grants Council.
New inventions boost renewable energy
A materials scientist at CityU and his research teams are advancing the frontiers of renewable energy research with two significant inventions that tackle the looming energy crisis.
CityU wins two golds and two silvers at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
Researchers from CityU have received four awards, including two Gold Medals and two Silver Medals at the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva held in Switzerland.
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A research team led by CityU has worked out a novel strategy for developing new super alloys that are extremely strong, yet ductile and flexible.
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Ten faculty members from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have been named as Highly Cited Researchers for 2018 by Clarivate Analytics.
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A new system for testing food safety developed by an interdisciplinary research team at CityU can rapidly detect contaminants in food within several minutes with concentrations of less than 0.2ppm.
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A research team led by Professor Paul Chu Kim-ho, a materials engineering expert at CityU, has developed a capacitive coating that kills bacteria when it is charged with electricity, which can be applied to orthopedic implants such as artificial joints and dental implants.

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