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Four CityU projects awarded $20m from Green Tech Fund; highest among local institutions
Four research projects led by scholars at CityU received grants worth HK$20.26 million in total from the inaugural Green Tech Fund. In terms of the number of projects and total amount of grants, CityU earned the top position among all local universities.
Microplastic pollution
The inappropriate disposal of surgical masks could cause serious microplastic pollution, equivalent to seriously polluting more than 54,800 Olympic swimming pools of seawater annually, researchers from CityU have discovered.
Survey on vaccination
According to a survey conducted by the Department of Media and Communication at CityU, people aged above 50 are more receptive to getting a third jab and using the LeaveHomeSafe app.
Professor Kuo Tei-Wei
Professor Kuo Tei-Wei, Lee Shau Kee Chair Professor of Information Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering, has been elected as a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in the Natural Sciences class.
Professor Yan Hong
Professor Yan Hong at CityU has been elected Fellow of the US National Academy of Inventors in recognition of his highly innovative work in advancing technological and economic developments.
InnoHK
Three world-class research centres have been established by CityU in collaboration with renowned scholars from all around the world and research institutes under InnoHK.
CityU study: testing at-risk people precisely as an exit strategy when border reopens
A research team at CityU has developed the first mathematical model that takes variation in confirmation delay into account, making quantifying the impacts of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) such as gathering bans more accurate.
 CityU and HKSTP sign Memorandum of Understanding for collaboration
CityU and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 11 November for launching collaborative programmes in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area (GBA) and further promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in the region.
Powerful new Ti-alloys using 3D printing
Super-strong, highly ductile and ultra-light alloys are now possible thanks to the innovative use of additive manufacturing according to a materials research team at CityU.
LSNS survey
A survey conducted by the Department of Management Sciences at CityU discovered that during the Covid-19 pandemic, older people in Hong Kong have a higher risk of social isolation, which makes them more likely to become sick, as their physical and mental health are affected.

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