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A new strategy to produce drug carriers for treating cancer with an efficiency rate as high as 80% has been devised by researchers at CityU.
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The IAS Extended Workshop on Genomes, Cells and Mathematics featuring 18 world-renowned speakers was held in July to foster exchanges on related fields.
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New vaccination strategies for eliminating peste des petits ruminants, also known as goat plague, have been developed through joint research involving CityU.
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CityU has been granted more than HK$11 million in research funding for a project to enhance heat transfer on material surfaces and to establish a multi-function analytical facility for surface studies across disciplines.
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The 14th International Conference on Nanostructured Materials was held from 24 to 29 June at CityU. The IAS Materials Summit ran concurrently with the conference.
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In a world’s first, a team of researchers at CityU has developed a magnetic 3D-printed microscopic robot that can carry cells to precise locations in live animals.
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Professor Park Nam-gyu from Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea delivered an IAS Distinguished Lecture titled “Lead Halide Perovskite: Photovoltaics and Beyond” on 11 June.
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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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CityU presented many of its research projects and won the Special Gold Award at the 2nd China University Scientific and Technological Achievements Fair; while Professor Alex Jen Kwan-yue, Provost of CityU, delivered talks at two forums.
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The phenomenon of a sliding drop on a surface is far from quantitatively understood, said Professor Dr Hans-Jürgen Butt at the latest IAS Distinguished Lecture on 15 May.

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