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Twenty new media artworks that made use of meteorological data from the Hong Kong Observatory by SCM students were showcased at F Hall Studio in Tai Kwun from 27 to 29 April.
The first-ever cetacean-themed exhibition in Hong Kong, titled “CSI of the Cetaceans: Hope of Solutions”, co-organised by CityU and the Hong Kong Science Museum
The first-ever cetacean-themed exhibition in Hong Kong, titled “CSI of the Cetaceans: Hope of Solutions”, co-organised by CityU and the Hong Kong Science Museum, is open to the public from 26 April to 29 May.
CB welcomes the first cohort of EMBA+MPA students
CB at CityU organised orientation activities for the first cohort of EMBA + MPA students.
A delegation from the Changsha Municipal People’s Government signed a collaboration agreement with CityU during their visit to the University on 15 April.
CityU wins two golds and two silvers at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
Researchers from CityU have received four awards, including two Gold Medals and two Silver Medals at the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva held in Switzerland.
Professor Étienne Ghys discussed the motion of planets from a mathematical point of view at the France–Hong Kong Distinguished Lecture on 4 April.
CityU Employers’ Luncheon 2019 hosted by CityU on 9 April set out to foster stronger ties and collaboration with the corporate world, raise awareness among employers about CityU’s educational philosophy, and showcase our students’ outstanding inventions and achievements.
Two CityU student projects have won Hong Kong ICT Awards 2019 with innovative designs for people with disabilities.
Two students at CityU have been recognised by the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund for their outstanding academic performance and enthusiasm to serve society.
Two students at CityU have been recognised by the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund this year for their outstanding academic performance and enthusiasm to serve society.
Nurturing neuroscience in Hong Kong
CityU’s HKIAS organised a two-day symposium on advances in neuroscience from 25 to 26 March.

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