Location-based technologies are enablers of the ‘smart city’. Prof Gary Chan’s research focuses on innovating lightweight and robust location-based technologies and deploying them for commercial impacts.
Over the past two decades, the HKUST biotechnology cluster has looked east and west to spearhead the development of new uses for compounds discovered and derived from nature, such as edible bird’s nest, Chinese herbs, and various bacteria, and devised technologies to make them usable in a wide ra
Air pollution is a major environmental risk to human health in Hong Kong and globally. Locally, it was associated with over 5,600 deaths in 2015 alone.
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a devastating neurodegenerative condition affecting over 45 million individuals worldwide, primarily over the age of 65.
Young technology entrepreneur nurtured in Hong Kong [Extracted from CE Blog May 27, 2014] Aerial camera systems have become very popular in Hong Kong recently, and a global leader in such systems is the company DJI. Today, the founder of DJI, Mr.
A research team from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) led by Prof Guanghao Chen of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has leveraged Hong Kong’s unique seawater flushing system to develop a novel, energy efficient and low carbon sewage treatment technol
The Centre for Chinese Medicine R&D (CCM) of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has recently developed an advanced technology to extract effective liposoluble ingredients from traditional Chinese herbal recipe “Xiasangju” (夏桑菊) which has been proved effective in preven
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