Rapid evolution fuels transcriptional plasticity in fish species to cope with ocean acidification

Rapid evolution fuels transcriptional plasticity in fish species to cope with ocean acidification

Mar 04th 2022

A research team led by Dr Celia SCHUNTER at School of Biological Sciences (area of Ecology and Biodiversity) ...

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A newly designed shellfish culture raft could help Hong Kong’s beleaguered oyster industry stay afloat.

A newly designed shellfish culture raft could help Hong Kong’s beleaguered oyster industry stay afloat.

May 08th 2020

A course on aquaculture was the inspiration for HKU students to design a new kind of raft for cultivating ...

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Professor Nagendra P. SHAH named in the list of the most influential in the world

Professor Nagendra P. SHAH named in the list of the most influential in the world

Dec 02nd 2019

Professor Nagendra P. SHAH, one of the thirteen #HKU academics has been named by Clarivate Analytics in its ...

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Oceans anchor passion for marine science and conservation

Oceans anchor passion for marine science and conservation

Aug 12th 2019

Professor Kenneth Leung Mei-yee (Croucher Foundation Fellowship 2000) is passionate about extending his ...

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Hong Kong marine ecologists lead ‘eco-shoreline’ project to reshape city’s seawalls and pave the way for future reclamation projects

Hong Kong marine ecologists lead ‘eco-shoreline’ project to reshape city’s seawalls and pave the way for future reclamation projects

Jul 03rd 2019

Professor Kenneth Leung and his team are testing various ecologically engineered units on artificial seawalls ...

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Millions of oysters on city’s coastline could help clean up Hong Kong’s polluted waters, according to new marine ecology plan

Millions of oysters on city’s coastline could help clean up Hong Kong’s polluted waters, according to new marine ecology plan

Jun 24th 2019

The story of our proposed project on oyster restoration has been published by SCMP today: Plan to deploy ...

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HKU holds “The 9th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology”

HKU holds “The 9th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology”

Jun 18th 2019

School of Biological Sciences and the State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (SKLMP) had successfully ...

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Elephants have a nose for quantity

Elephants have a nose for quantity

Jun 04th 2019

A new study co-authored by Assistant Professor Hannah Mumby has found that elephants can use their sense of ...

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