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Untangling the mystery of quantum entanglement
Professor Jeff Ou Zheyu, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics at CityU, unveiled the mystery of quantum entanglement at the President's Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia on 11 January.
Optic nerve regeneration
Researchers at CityU have identified and demonstrated for the first time a therapeutic small molecule, M1, that can restore the visual function in the mammalian central nervous system, offering hope for patients with optic nerve damage such as glaucoma-related vision loss.
5th HK Tech Forum investigates quantum physics and complex systems
Leading academic and industry researchers gathered at the HK Tech Forum on Quantum Physics and Complex Systems hosted by the Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study at CityU from 7 to 9 December.
P Lecture by Prof Zeng Xiaocheng
Research outcomes often depend on both serendipity and design, according to Professor Zeng Xiaocheng, Head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at CityU, on the latest President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
Research on antenna led by Prof Chi Chan
A research team led by Professor Chan Chi-hou, Acting Provost and Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering at CityU, has developed a new-generation antenna that allows manipulation of the direction, frequency and amplitude of the radiated beam for enhancing 6th-generation wireless communications.
Survivability for energy and environment features at President’s talk
The survivability of energy and the environment was the main subject of the Nineteenth Ho Hung Chiu Lecture delivered by Professor Way Kuo, President and University Distinguished Professor, at CityU.
Maintaining healthy vascular endothelial cells
The key takeaway from the recent talk by Professor Huang Yu at CityU was something we could easily relate to: keep your blood vessels healthy.
Two distinguished persons conferred honorary doctorates at CityU
CityU conferred honorary doctorates on two distinguished persons on 4 November in recognition of their significant contributions to education and the well-being of society.
Prof Joe Qin
Professor Joe Qin Sizhao, Dean and Chair Professor of the School of Data Science and Director of the Hong Kong Institute for Data Science at CityU, received the 2022 IEEE CSS Transition to Practice Award for his distinguished contributions to the field of data-driven control engineering.
Prof Sun Hongyi
Dr Sun Hongyi at CityU has developed a unique intellectual teaching model designed to stimulate creativity and innovation by means of Chinese wisdom and fostering entrepreneurship with Western scientific methodology.

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