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Scientists working on a project led by CityU have found a way to develop novel materials by manipulating the nanoscale structure of metallic glass.
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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.
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A new plasma technology developed by Professor Paul Chu Kim-ho, Chair Professor in the Department of Physics and Materials Science, CityU, helps reduce the risk of infection after surgery.
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Professor Paul Chu of the Department of Physics and Materials Science delivers the latest in the President's Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia at CityU with a talk titled “Surface Engineering and Modification of Materials”.
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Researchers at CityU have found that an artificially constructed wetland can remove up to 90% of pollutants in wastewater.
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Professor Gabor A Somorjai took the audience on a fascinating journey through the evolution of scientific research into surface science and related technologies under the auspices of the CityU Distinguished Lecture Series.
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An international conference that places Hong Kong at the forefront of nanoscience and nanotechnology is being held at CityU, bringing together world-renowned academicians and experts to explore how the technology can benefit mankind.
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The College of Science and Engineering is launching a Student Project Exhibition to showcase student creativity in technology, which enables hundreds of secondary school students to learn about the relationship between science and our daily lives.
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Three research projects led by CityU have received funding from the RGC Collaborative Research Fund 2008-09 totalling HK$16.2 million. CityU was granted the highest amount of funding among the local universities this year.
Among the eight local higher education institutions in Hong Kong, CityU was ranked third in terms of the percentage of successful applications for funding from the 2008-09 General Research Fund.

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