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Three joint research projects of CityU have received grants under the National Natural Science Foundation of China/Research Grants Council Joint Research Scheme.
CityU Shenzhen Research Institute was awarded RMB31.64 million for funding 59 research projects in mainland China in 2012.
CityU has achieved outstanding results in the National Natural Science Foundation of China Research Grants Competition 2011, with 13 projects awarded about HK$7 million.
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.
CityU has been awarded a grant of more than HK$8 million from the Research Grants Council to lead a research project that assesses the reliability of electronic systems in order to prevent breakdowns that can lead to inefficiency or, in worst-case scenarios, fatal disasters.
CityU achieves excellent results in the latest RGC funding exercise, ranked fourth among the eight higher education institutions in total grants awarded. The amount has surged 22% from last year's result.