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Scientists working on a project led by CityU have found a way to develop novel materials by manipulating the nanoscale structure of metallic glass.
A novel gene vector developed by a CityU PhD student, enhances the efficiency of delivering gene therapy and chemotherapy drugs into cancer cells.
A pioneering summer course on neutron scattering held at CityU and funded by the Croucher Foundation will advance research into this powerful tool.
CityU ranks 2nd in Hong Kong in terms of the number of Highly Cited Researchers named in the list of Highly Cited Researchers 2014 published by Thomson Reuters.
A new plasma technology developed by Professor Paul Chu Kim-ho, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics and Materials Science, CityU, helps reduce the risk of infection after surgery.
Professor Paul Chu Kim-ho, Chair Professor of Materials Engineering at CityU, has been elected as a Fellow of the Materials Research Society.
Professor Paul Chu Kim-ho, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics and Materials Science at CityU, has won the First Class Award in the Shanghai Science and Technology Awards.
Researchers at CityU have found that an artificially constructed wetland can remove up to 90% of pollutants in wastewater.
Professor Gabor A Somorjai took the audience on a fascinating journey through the evolution of scientific research into surface science and related technologies under the auspices of the CityU Distinguished Lecture Series.