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Hong Kong venture capital fund and technology companies provide $15 million in additional annual angel fund investment for CityU HK Tech 300 start-ups
MoUs signed between CityU and three venture capital fund and technology companies will establish a co-investment partnership that will provide at least HK$15 million in additional angel fund investment each year to selected start-ups incubated by HK Tech 300.
A research team co-led by CityU have successfully developed a novel Vacuum Ultra-Violet (VUV) meta-lens which can generate and focus the VUV light, a disruptive technology for the VUV optics market.
A home-based intervention programme for managing chronic diseases that has been designed by a team from CityU can reduce older people’s sense of loneliness which has worsened significantly during the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a CityU telesurvey.
Professor Luk Kwai-man, Chair Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at CityU, was conferred the 14th Guanghua Engineering Science and Technology Award by the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
An international research team co-led by CityU is accelerating the commercialisation of perovskite photovoltaic technology with a new approach that boosts the efficiency of inverted perovskite solar cells to a record high of 25%.
Professor Xie Min, Chair Professor in the Department of Advanced Design and Systems Engineering and the School of Data Science, has been elected to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA) in the Technical and Environmental Sciences class.
CityU’s huge success at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days 2022; top among local universities for the second year
Researchers at CityU received tremendous accolades at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days (IGED) 2022 by winning a total of 22 awards, the highest number among local institutions for two years in a row.
A research team co-led by CityU recently developed an innovative human-machine interface (HMI) that can teleoperate robots to imitate the user's actions and perform complicated tasks.
Infection and mortality rates for COVID-19 could be significantly reduced if high-income countries donated 46% of their COVID-19 vaccine stocks to low- and middle-income countries, according to a team led by researcher at CityU.