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News & Achievements

17 November 2014
Viral robot combat promotes computer programming

Over 500 high school students from 94 secondary and international schools competed in the Fifth CityU-CS Robocode Contest, a computer game programming competition organised by the Department of Computer Science at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) in November.


4 November 2014
Experts exchange information on persistent toxic substances

A symposium at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) from 27 to 30 October provide a platform for scientists to discuss and exchange information on the most recent findings, innovative theories, frameworks, and methodologies in persistent toxic substances (PTS) research.
4 November 2014
Excellence in research

This year's awardees of the CityU Outstanding Research Award are Professor Felipe Cucker of the Department of Mathematics and Professor Sun Dong of the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering.

22 October 2014
New frontiers in bioengineering

About 20 years ago, he started exploring the use of robotics to move physical objects, and 10 years later he began to apply the same ideas and concepts to bioengineering, research that has led to a suite of projects that hold great promise for health-related matters.
13 October 2014
Renowned academicians discuss big data at CityU

Academicians from across the Straits shared their insights on the developments and impact of the increasingly important field of big data at the "Big Data Forum: Development, Analysis and Utilization" organised by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) on 13 October.
18 August 2014
New research sheds light on the potential for building more durable infrastructure

Joint research between City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has identified why adhesives holding certain materials together fracture and fail and what might be done to strengthen these bonds. The research has enormous implications for a wide range of bonded materials, including concrete composites used in Hong Kong's infrastructure and materials in medical treatments.