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Eminent CityU faculty receive RGC awards
Outstanding faculty members at CityU were recognised by RGC at an Awards Presentation Ceremony on 24 November for their distinguished research achievements and significant contributions to higher education.
Seawalls’ marine biodiversity enhanced by eco-engineered tiles: CityU study
A research team of marine ecologists led by CityU has generated promising results for enhancing marine biodiversity on seawalls in the western waters of Hong Kong via eco-engineered tiles.
Breakthrough in making solar cells more efficient, scalable, and ‘green’
A research team led by scientists at CityU has discovered an exciting new way to make solar power more effective and more environmentally friendly.
Graphene face masks that battle bacteria
A new method for making anti-bacterial graphene masks quickly and cost effectively has been discovered by Dr Ye Ruquan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, and his team at CityU. The masks have the potential to combat viruses as well.
Prof Zhang
Professor Zhang Hua, Herman Hu Chair Professor of Nanomaterials in the Department of Chemistry, has been elected as a Foreign Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences.
Croucher Innovation Award
Dr Kwok Chun-kit, Assistant Professor from the Department of Chemistry at CityU, has won the Croucher Innovation Award 2019 for his pioneering research on exploring the relationship between ribonucleic acid and gene regulation.
Novel solar cells promise new opportunities
Pioneering research led by scientists at CityU has led to the development of the most efficient all-inorganic inverted perovskite solar cells to date.
Graphene’s ultimate stretchability and ‘realistic’ strength discovered
The realistic mechanical properties of monolayer graphene have been successfully studied by a new method developed by a research team led by Dr Lu Yang, Associate Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering at CityU.
Anti-cancer prodrug
A pioneering approach to fighting cancer has revealed as much as a two-third reduction in tumour size and weight in laboratory tests using an anti-cancer chemical compound developed by CityU.
Top scientist elected Fellow of Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Professor István T. Horváth of the Department of Chemistry has been elected External Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.

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