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Distinguished Biomedical Engineering scientist elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering
For his outstanding achievements in robotics and biomedical engineering, Professor Sun Dong has been elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE).
Six faculty members have received Teaching Excellence Awards for their contributions to raising the quality of teaching at CityU.
CityU’s huge success at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days 2022; top among local universities for the second year
Researchers at CityU received tremendous accolades at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days (IGED) 2022 by winning a total of 22 awards, the highest number among local institutions for two years in a row.
The second instalment of the HK Tech Masterclass by CityU focused on recent perspectives on innovation and research aimed at benefiting the world.
A research team co-led by CityU recently developed an innovative human-machine interface (HMI) that can teleoperate robots to imitate the user's actions and perform complicated tasks.
CityU's world-class research capacity leads InnoHK centres in health engineering, data analysis and AI
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.
A research team led by biomedical engineers at CityU has developed a new generation of microneedle patches made of ice that melt after the pain-free delivery of drugs.
Professor Sun Dong, Chair Professor and Head of the Department Biomedical Engineering at CityU, has been elected a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in the Technical and Environmental Sciences class.
CityU wins 12 awards at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days, the highest number among all universities in Hong Kong
Researchers from CityU won the highest number of awards among all universities in Hong Kong at IGED 2021, including a Gold Medal with Congratulations of the Jury, five Gold Medals, three Silver Medals and three Bronze Medals, demonstrating the excellence of the research carried out at CityU.
By mimicking human skin, new kinds of tactile sensor technologies created at CityU offer hope to improving the quality of life for people suffering serious injuries and disabilities.