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News & Achievements

2 April 2014
CityU's intelligent clothing tracks abnormal heart conditions

A new type of intelligent clothing developed by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) helps medical professionals fight heart disease.

 

 
26 March 2014
CityU's new technology increases antibacterial effect of human implants

Implanting artificial bones or teeth in human bodies may cause infection after surgery, which affects medical results. This problem is now being addressed with a new technology developed by a scientist at City University of Hong Kong (CityU).

17 February 2014
CityU's discovery of "memory ink" promises new hope for Alzheimer's disease

Professor He Jufang of the Department of Biomedical Sciences at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and his team have identified the neuromodulator which plays a crucial role in memory formation. The neuromodulator is called cholecystokinin (CCK), which enables memory writing in the neocortex with very high efficiency.

 

27 November 2013
Experts explore cross-strait nuclear education development

More than 60 nuclear experts from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan discussed reforms for nuclear engineering education at the Cross-strait Summit on Education in Nuclear Engineering and Technology at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) from 18 to 20 November.

 


26 November 2013
Robocode contest boosts interest in computer science

Virtual robots competed against each other in a battle arena on a screen in the final contest of the fourth CityU-CS Robocode Contest held on 23 November in the Computer Science Laboratory at City University of Hong Kong (CityU).
 

22 October 2013
An excursion into history of material world

The audience attending the latest talk in a specially commissioned series of lectures at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) was treated to an enthralling excursion into the history of the relationship between materials, technology and civilisation.