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New sulfate formation pathway provides more accurate haze prediction
Environmental scientists at CityU have proposed a new pathway for the formation of sulfate, providing new insights for improving haze prediction.
CityU scientist’s zero-pollution technology for generating renewable energy awarded APEC Science Prize
The contributions of an environmental scientist of CityU to the field of photoelectrocatalysis have made him the only winner of the 2019 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education.
SEE received funding from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to investigate the growth of multiple strains of human gut microbes in a single reactor.
Experts share research in aerosol science and technology
Aerosol science and technology is the focus of a major international conference that coincides with the 10th anniversary of SEE at CityU.
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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 project that converts low-temperature heat into electricity has been granted more than HK$20 million in research funding.
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Professor Johnny Chan Chung-leung from the School of Energy and Environment has received funding to develop a pioneering system for predicting with greater accuracy the landfall of seasonal typhoons.
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The energy you spend in daily activities, such as exercising, walking or even sitting and typing in front of the computer, will no longer be wasted, but converted to electrical energy for powering-up your smart electronics through a wearable energy-harvesting device developed by CityU.
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Artificial leaves developed by CityU and partners can help to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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A novel self-cleaning technology for cashmere fibres as well as testing platforms and standard protocols for measuring the health impact of self-cleaning textile products have been developed by a CityU team.

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