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A novel gene vector developed by a CityU PhD student, enhances the efficiency of delivering gene therapy and chemotherapy drugs into cancer cells.
The Personal Growth and Development Project conducted by CityU’s Department of Applied Social Sciences help teenagers and children enhance their mental health through positive education activities.
CityU hosted the “International Conference on the Maritime World of East Asia in 16th-19th Century”. It was held in collaboration with the National Palace Museum in Taipei to promote academic exchange.
At a CityU lecture, renowned Chinese physicist Professor Wang Enge spoke about his research findings on the properties of ice.