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WE PROTECT THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT OF HONG KONG AND SOUTH CHINA

To be a key international research centre in advancing marine environmental research that contributes to the protection and management of the marine environment and generates positive societal impact.

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The SKLMP Annual Report 2021 has been released! In this issue, we will revisit all the activities of 2021, introduce our new members and recent achievement of the lab. Learn more about our exciting updates! Download here: https://bit.ly/3QUSvbF
Liquid crystal monomers (LCMs) are the main materials of liquid crystal displays for electronics. SKLMP member Dr. Henry Yuhe He found LCMs in Hong Kong waters, likely coming from the local landfill and sewage treatment works. LCMs can bioaccumulate and may enter the human food chain.
The third issue of SKLMP newsletter has been released! In this issue, we will revisit activities of the past six months, introduce our new members and recent achievements of the lab. Learn more about our exciting updates! Link: https://bit.ly/3ebCksq
Copepods are one of the major marine zooplankton groups. SKLMP member Prof. Rudolf Wu explains when copepods were exposed to an acidic environment for a few generations, epigenetic changes will occur and help them to adapt to ocean acidification and restore reproductive rates. This important...
Thank you very much to the filming team of RTHK Hong Kong Connection for interviewing SKLMP's Director Prof. Kenneth Leung and two other members, Dr. Jianlin Chen and Dr. Brian Kot. In the video, Prof. Leung introduced how marine plastic litter becomes microplastic, and how microplastic harms marine...
Congratulations to SKLMP Director Prof. Kenneth Leung, who is admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology in July 2022. The honour is given to people with a prominent contribution to the advancement of biological sciences, and has gained more than five years of experience in senior...
The SKLMP Annual Report 2021 has been released! In this issue, we will revisit all the activities of 2021, introduce our new members and recent achievement of the lab. Learn more about our exciting updates! Download here: https://bit.ly/3QUSvbF
Liquid crystal monomers (LCMs) are the main materials of liquid crystal displays for electronics. SKLMP member Dr. Henry Yuhe He found LCMs in Hong Kong waters, likely coming from the local landfill and sewage treatment works. LCMs can bioaccumulate and may enter the human food chain.

WE PROTECT THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

we protect the event marine environment