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Event: Congratulations to Ms Mei Li KHONG for entering the Asia-Pacific Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition 2018 Final!

Event: Congratulations to Ms Mei Li KHONG for entering the Asia-Pacific Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition 2018 Final!

Ms Khong, PhD candidate in the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and the HKU 3MT 2018 champion and winner of the People’s Choice Award, represented HKU in the Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition 2018 at The University of Queensland, Brisbane on September 27, 2018. The Asia-Pacific 3MT this year had 58 doctoral student representatives from universities in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Ms Khong was one of the 10 finalists who got into the Final.

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Event: Congratulations! Mr Hei-Ming Lai and Professor Wutian Wu won the 11th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest

Event: Congratulations! Mr Hei-Ming Lai and Professor Wutian Wu won the 11th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest

Mr Lai and Professor Wu being awarded Gold Medal to the invention on ‘OPTIClear – Tissue Clearing Agent’ shows that they had reached the best qualities required by the Jury, composed of 82 specialists around the world.

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Event: Congratulations! Mr Hei-Ming Lai and Professor Wutian Wu has been awarded Gold Medal at the 46th International Exhibition at Invention Geneva (IEIG)

Event: Congratulations! Mr Hei-Ming Lai and Professor Wutian Wu has been awarded Gold Medal at the 46th International Exhibition at Invention Geneva (IEIG)

Mr Lai and Professor Wu being awarded Gold Medal to the invention on ‘OPTIClear – Tissue Clearing Agent’ shows that they had reached the best qualities required by the Jury, composed of 82 specialists around the world.

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Community Engagement: Croucher Science Week 2018

Community Engagement: Croucher Science Week 2018

Dr. Stephanie Ma is one of twelve members that took part in the Croucher Science Week, an annual science festival that attracts a wide audience from the general public, aiming at raising science literary within the Hong Kong society ...

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Press Release: HKU Scientists Discover New Function of a Metastasis Suppressor DLC1 in Governing Neural Crest Directional Migration

Press Release: HKU Scientists Discover New Function of a Metastasis Suppressor DLC1 in Governing Neural Crest Directional Migration

In 2013, the research team led by Dr Martin Cheung Chi-hang, Assistant Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) initiated the study to address this issue using chick embryo as a model system.  

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Event: Congratulations! Professor Danny Chan and his team has been awarded the Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award 2017

Event: Congratulations! Professor Danny Chan and his team has been awarded the Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award 2017

Professor Danny Chan of our School and his team members – Dr Brian Hon Yin Chung, Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; Dr Michael Kai Tsum To, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology; Dr Wilson Cheuk Wing Chan and Dr Vivian Tam, School of Biomedical Sciences, has been awarded the Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award 2017 on the project ‘Little People Care Alliance’.

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Community Engagement: The book "Dissecting the Meaning of Life: An Anthology of Essays on Body Donation" (《大體大得――遺體捐贈感恩文集》) received the “Publishing Award”

Community Engagement: The book "Dissecting the Meaning of Life: An Anthology of Essays on Body Donation" (《大體大得――遺體捐贈感恩文集》) received the “Publishing Award”

The book "Dissecting the Meaning of Life: An Anthology of Essays on Body Donation" (《大體大得――遺體捐贈感恩文集》) has just received the “Publishing Award” in the category of "Life and Science” in the Hong Kong Publishing Biennial Awards 2017.

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Community Engagement: Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp – “Through the Looking Glass”

Community Engagement: Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp – “Through the Looking Glass”

Supported by the Knowledge Exchange (KE) Funding Exercise for Impact Projects in 2016/17, the biomedical sciences summer camp “Through the Looking Glass” (Project Coordinator: Dr Joanna WY Ho) was successfully held in July 2017 at the School of Biomedical Sciences to promote science fun to local secondary school students. Thirty students from seven schools, including Maryknoll Convent School, St Paul’s Convent School, St Margaret’s Co-educational English Secondary and Primary School, St Paul’s College, Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College, St Francis Canossian College and Yew Chung International School) were selected for participation in this 5-day summer camp.

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