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29 scholars listed among the world's most cited researchers, CityU ranked 1st in terms of proportion in Hong Kong
An award ceremony was held by Clarivate at CityU on 29 March, commending 29 CityU scholars for being named Highly Cited Researchers for 2022, placing CityU 50th worldwide in this citation ranking.
Novel terahertz meta-devices accelerate 6G communications development
The novel tunable terahertz meta-device that allows for signal delivery to specific receivers has been developed by CityU.
Strategic communication, trust and culture from a paradigmatic-shifting perspective
Professor Christine Huang Yi-hui, Chair Professor of Communication and Media at CityU, spoke at the latest talk in the President's Lecture Series, where she discussed the role and importance of trust and culture in strategic communication research.
Discovery of a protein that promotes cancer metastasis
A research team led by CityU have discovered a novel protein, LH1, which is a key factor in promoting cancer cell migration and metastasis in liver cancer.
CityU academic is the only awardee from Asian university to receive 2022 Amazon Research Award
Dr Xiao Qiao, Assistant Professor in the School of Data Science at CityU, received the 2022 Amazon Research Award in the research area of Applied Machine Learning with his research proposal titled “Predicting Successful Scientific Collaborations”.
Chemical vapour deposition: from diamond film to conductive polymer for batteries
The latest talk in the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academic focused on the research of Professor Chen Guohua on advanced electrode materials using chemical vapour deposition.
Untangling the mystery of quantum entanglement
Professor Jeff Ou Zheyu, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics at CityU, unveiled the mystery of quantum entanglement at the President's Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia on 11 January.
Optic nerve regeneration
Researchers at CityU have identified and demonstrated for the first time a therapeutic small molecule, M1, that can restore the visual function in the mammalian central nervous system, offering hope for patients with optic nerve damage such as glaucoma-related vision loss.
Research on hydrogen production led by Prof Lu Jian
Two efficient and inexpensive novel electrocatalysts for hydrogen production offering sustainable green solutions for the energy crisis have been developed by CityU.
5th HK Tech Forum investigates quantum physics and complex systems
Leading academic and industry researchers gathered at the HK Tech Forum on Quantum Physics and Complex Systems hosted by the Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study at CityU from 7 to 9 December.

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