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SoftEnable Technology Ltd, an associate company of CityU Enterprises, won the Platinum Award in the Manufacturing Category of the 2005 Hong Kong Outstanding Software Applications Competition, organized by Oracle, HP and Intel.
CityU is planning to acquire a 6,000-square metre site in the Shenzhen Virtual University Science Park to establish the Shenzhen Outpost—a permanent base for the University’s applied research, incubation and teaching activities on the mainland.
Professor Ron Hui and Dr Henry Chung of the Department of Electronic Engineering demonstrated how a novel central dimmable technology works in lamps and how it contributes to the reduction of environmental pollution on 18 April.
CityU's advanced know-how and technologies are making an impact on the socio-economic development on Hong Kong and the region. Two CityU subsidiary companies, CityU Enterprises Ltd and CityU Professional Services Ltd reported robust growth in 2004 at their joint annual dinner, on 2 February.
Two CityU enterprises have been recognized for excellence in industrial performance. e.Energy Technology Ltd and Plasma Technology Ltd were awarded at the presentation ceremony of the 2004 Hong Kong Awards for Industry, 15 November.
CityU Enterprises Ltd, the extension arm of City University that helps to commercialize research outcomes, technologies and innovations through technology transfer and the development of viable businesses in the community, has welcomed two new companies in the past few months.