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CityU's endeavours to tap into the scientific and technological potential of the Pearl River Delta are based on a two-pronged approach. In May this year, the University opened its Zhuhai Applied Research Centres, making it the first local tertiary institution to set up a research base in Guangdong's Southern Software Park, on the western side of the river estuary.
Three climbing robots designed by CityU's Centre for Intelligent Design, Automation and Manufacturing (CIDAM) have scaled new heights at the 2002 Hong Kong Awards for Industry, where they won the Chinese Manufacturing Association Machinery and Equipment Design Award.
CityU's Professor Yeshayahu Lifshitz and a group of scientists from the University's Center of Super-Diamond and Advanced Films have removed a difficult hurdle that has long plagued the progress of diamond science and technology.
Hong Kong's current sluggish economy has prompted suggestions that local manufacturers with investment in the mainland should "move back" to Hong Kong. But would a massive "move back" be feasible? And how would it benefit Hong Kong? This was the theme of the first lecture in the Distinguished Industrialists Lecture Series, delivered by Dr K B Chan
When Dr Rita Takahashi began setting up CityU's Applied Japanese Studies programme in 1998, she was determined about one thing: the course would include study tours to Japan. The Senior Lecturer in the Division of Language Studies firmly believes that language learning in the classroom is not enough for her students.
Students from the Department of English and Communication (EN) won three prizes at the Asian Inter-University Multimedia Design Competition 2002, a contest organized by Radio Television Hong Kong.

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