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.
Application of probiotics mixture in management of high-fat diet (HFD)-induced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease ...Read More
The effect of α-aminobutyric acid (AABA) supplementation on a high fat diet (HFD)-induced NAFLD mice model by ...Read More
Leftover rice, ingredients from making a soup, and fruit that looks a bit different than when you first bought ...Read More
The deep sea is one of the least well-known areas on Earth, comprising multiple vulnerable ecosystems that play critical roles in the carbon cycle. ...Read More
Speaker: Dr. Kelvin Cheng, Business Line Director - Waste Collection, Transfer Stations & Landfills Veolia Hong Kong Date and Time: 17 March ...Read More
Latest publication by Dr Gary Chan Lab and his collaborator Abstract Chromatin bridges connecting the two segregating daughter nuclei arise ...Read More
Latest publication by Dr ThiyagaRajan Vengatesen lab and his collaborators Highlights Ocean acidification changes gut microbial community in ...Read More