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The energy consumption of a new artificial visual system developed through joint research led by CityU can be reduced by over 90% per synaptic event when compared to synapses in the human brain.
A unique programme for nurturing talent for the energy, environmental and sustainability industries was officially launched by CityU after the signing of MOU with a range of renowned industry partners in Hong Kong.
Three projects at CityU have been granted $8.3 million in funding by the Health and Medical Research Fund under the Food and Health Bureau, spotlighting our valuable contributions to fighting Covid-19.
A three-fold improvement in the efficiency of solar-to-hydrogen energy conversion can facilitate solar energy harvesting technology, according to the research team led by Dr Sam Hsu Hsien-yi, Assistant Professor in the School of Energy and Environment at CityU.
Scientists at CityU have developed a novel computer tool to extract, track and visualize cells, and analyze the formation, structure and functions of Caenorhabditis elegans during cell division.
A joint research team led by CityU has successfully achieved elastic straining of diamond at an unprecedented level, a breakthrough that heralds a new diamond age in the utilisation of the gemstone in microelectronics, photonics, and quantum information technologies.
Professor Joe Qin Sizhao, Chair Professor of Data Science, Dean of the School of Data Science at CityU, and Director of the Hong Kong Institute for Data Science, has been elected to the rank of Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
The Greater Bay Area Joint Laboratory of Big Data Imaging and Communications has been established by the Department of Electrical Engineering and the State Key Laboratory of Terahertz and Millimeter Waves at CityU.
The Chief Executive of the HKSAR re-appointed Mr Lester Garson Huang, SBS, JP, as the Council Chairman of CityU for another three-year term, and appointed three new members to the Council.
A research team led by a scientist at CityU has discovered that kangaroos can intentionally communicate with humans, challenging the notion that this behaviour is usually restricted to domesticated animals like dogs, horses or goats.