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New inventions boost renewable energy
A materials scientist at CityU and his research teams are advancing the frontiers of renewable energy research with two significant inventions that tackle the looming energy crisis.
Croucher Innovation Award
Dr Kwok Chun-kit, Assistant Professor from the Department of Chemistry at CityU, has won the Croucher Innovation Award 2019 for his pioneering research on exploring the relationship between ribonucleic acid and gene regulation.
Kondo cloud finally observed after half-century
A physicist from CityU plays a major role in the world’s first direct measurement of a Kondo cloud more than 50 years after the initial theory was first expounded.
 Gift from much-cherished benefactor endorses HKIAS mission
The HK$15 million gift from the late Dr Chung Sze-yuen will be used to establish the Sze-Yuen Chung Fund in support of HKIAS of CityU.
How materials evolve: a defective story
On 20 March Professor David Srolovitz, Head and Chair Professor of Department of Materials Science and Engineering, gave the latest instalment of the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
CityU community distributing masks and alcohol-based handrub
CityU remains committed to maintaining online teaching and services and responding to the needs of employees and the disadvantaged in society.
Novel solar cells promise new opportunities
Pioneering research led by scientists at CityU has led to the development of the most efficient all-inorganic inverted perovskite solar cells to date.
Gold award for boosting campus wellness
CityU received the Gold Campus Award under the Medicine® On Campus programme run by the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Association.
Positive attitude grows with CityU-Learning online platform
Students at CityU have been continuing their studies during the coronavirus epidemic thanks to CityU’s online learning platform, called CityU-Learning.
Graphene’s ultimate stretchability and ‘realistic’ strength discovered
The realistic mechanical properties of monolayer graphene have been successfully studied by a new method developed by a research team led by Dr Lu Yang, Associate Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering at CityU.

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