Award to Our Student

Award to Our Student

Jul 03rd 2020

The HKU Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition 2020 was successfully held on June 23, 2020.  20 PhD, MPhil ...

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Revisiting energy flow in photosynthetic plant cells

Revisiting energy flow in photosynthetic plant cells

Jul 02nd 2020

By developing innovative methods to visualize energy changes in subcellular compartments in live plants, the ...

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An unexpected heat shock to neurons: HKU scientists and collaborators uncovered a new mechanism for balancing protein stability during neuronal development

An unexpected heat shock to neurons: HKU scientists and collaborators uncovered a new mechanism for balancing protein stability during neuronal development

Jun 11th 2020

A research team led by Dr Chaogu Zheng from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Hong Kong ...

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HKU ecologists and international team discover ongoing and future tropical diversity decline

HKU ecologists and international team discover ongoing and future tropical diversity decline

May 27th 2020

How can patterns in the marine biodiversity of the past help us to understand how it may change in the ...

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HKU marine ecologists reveal larvicidal oil for mosquito control threatens coastal marine life and pollutes sea environment

HKU marine ecologists reveal larvicidal oil for mosquito control threatens coastal marine life and pollutes sea environment

May 25th 2020

Application of larvicidal oil (LO) to stagnant waters is the most common practice in Hong Kong to prevent ...

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SBS student won the Microsoft 2020 Imagine Cup World Champion

SBS student won the Microsoft 2020 Imagine Cup World Champion

May 25th 2020

We are glad to hear that Mr. Cameron Xavier van Breda, who took our course BIOL3409 Business Aspects of ...

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Metagenomics reveals distinct microbiotypes in giant clams Tridacna maxima

Metagenomics reveals distinct microbiotypes in giant clams Tridacna maxima

May 19th 2020

New research conducted at CRIOBE and ENTROPIE research units, with the collaboration of the Swire institute ...

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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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