HKU-led research promotes territory-wide extension of plastic bottle deposit scheme

HKU-led research promotes territory-wide extension of plastic bottle deposit scheme

Mar 03rd 2021

Dr Janet CHAN from HKU Research Division for Ecology and Biodiversity collaborated with the Environmental ...

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HKU’s Conservation Forensics Lab finds customs coding systems for wildlife trade too vague to protect against abuse

HKU’s Conservation Forensics Lab finds customs coding systems for wildlife trade too vague to protect against abuse

Feb 23rd 2021

Top three import and export countries/territories for each wildlife trade category from 1997 to 2016 by total ...

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Award

Award

Feb 04th 2021

Dr Caroline Dingle, Dr David Baker, Dr Timothy Bonebrake and Professor David Dudgeon have been awarded with ...

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Four decades of research on Japanese Izu Islands finds rising lizard temperatures may change predator-prey relationship with snakes

Four decades of research on Japanese Izu Islands finds rising lizard temperatures may change predator-prey relationship with snakes

Jan 08th 2021

In a study spanning four decades, researchers from the University of Hong Kong’s Research Division for ...

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Achievements

Achievements

Dec 17th 2020

Congratulations to our teachers for their receiving of the University's awards, which are to recognise their ...

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HKU dietetics research identifies low GI diet a potential Type 2 diabetes prevention strategy

HKU dietetics research identifies low GI diet a potential Type 2 diabetes prevention strategy

Dec 08th 2020

Type 2 diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes blood sugar level to become too high and the ...

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News from Master of Science in Environmental Management (MSc ENVM)

News from Master of Science in Environmental Management (MSc ENVM)

Nov 30th 2020

Green buildings can reduce carbon emission and therefore help to mitigate climate change. Our MSc ENVM fresh ...

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New study finds seabirds’ response to abrupt climate change 5,000 years ago transformed sub-Antarctic island ecosystems

New study finds seabirds’ response to abrupt climate change 5,000 years ago transformed sub-Antarctic island ecosystems

Nov 04th 2020

A 14,000-year paleoecological reconstruction of the sub-Antarctic islands done by an international research ...

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