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A research team led by CityU has found a shortcut for developing new drugs which can potentially reduce time and costs by sorting out high potential candidates out of a long list of chemical compounds, with an accuracy of around 50%.
A research project conducted by EE has developed technology that can optimise mobile network design and reduce the energy consumption of the base stations by a minimum of 4.5%.
Research into neutron scattering in Hong Kong will benefit with the opening on 27 February of a joint laboratory co-established by CityU and the Institute of High Energy Physics under the CAS.
A research team from the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management at CityU has developed the world’s first non-destructive-testing based inspection system that can detect corrosion in buried and wall-covered pipes.
Professor Wang Xunli, Head of the Department of Physics, discussed how neutron scattering is a powerful method for studying the structure and dynamics of materials in the latest talk in the President Lecture Series.
A research team comprising experts from CityU , Harvard University and Nokia Bell Labs has successfully fabricated a tiny on-chip lithium niobate modulator, an electro-optic modulator which is more efficient, with faster data transmission and lower costs. CityU researchers are looking into its application for the coming 5G communication.
The Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences has been granted $35 million in government funding to enhance the sustainability, health and production of local livestock farms and fisheries.
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.
Ten faculty members from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have been named as Highly Cited Researchers for 2018 by Clarivate Analytics.
Professor Wang Zuankai of the Department of Mechanical Engineering discussed the next wave of innovation centred on nature-inspired engineering in the President’s Lecture Series.