There are two universal truths about biology. First, is unity. Life evolved once: its fundamental processes and building blocks are essentially the same regardless of species or location. The second is diversity. Evolution gave rise dazzling variety: millions of species, each with a unique array of adaptations, and a myriad different local communities. At the School of Biological Sciences, we study the proximate mechanisms underlying biological systems as well as their ultimate outcomes. Our teaching and research contributes to the understanding, appreciation and conservation of nature in Hong Kong and globally.
The Effects of Tubulin Post-Translational Modifications on Axon Development and Regeneration by Yu-Ming LU | ...Read More
The role of gut metabolites on lipid metabolism in the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) by ...Read More
LncRNA RP11 is involved in Hepatocellular carcinoma as a tumor suppressor by Deng Qianqian | Supervisor: Dr. ...Read More
A research team led by Professor Alice Sze Tsai WONG from the Research Division for Molecular and Cell Biology, including her collaborators Dr ...Read More
Around 84 species of coral are found in Hong Kong's waters, more diverse than those found in the Caribbean Sea. "3D printing allows us to ...Read More
This is the first of a series Croucher Foundation newsletters to explore and celebrate the biodiversity of Hong Kong. The series will examine how the ...Read More
Dr Janet CHAN from HKU Research Division for Ecology and Biodiversity collaborated with the Environmental Association Limited, promote territory-wide ...Read More