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    Lingnan’s big plan to advance data literacy

    In his role as the new President of Lingnan University in Hong Kong, Professor Joe Qin intends to advance digital learning and integrate the...

    New Lingnan programme with focus on housing policy

    There are good reasons for Lingnan University’s decision to introduce a new Master of Housing Policy and Management (MHPM) programme, starting in September 2023. Some...

    Chula launches the latest Parkinson’s gloves to reduce tremors

    Doctors at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital have developed lightweight and easy-to-use Parkinson’s gloves that can automatically reduce tremors, allowing Parkinson’s Disease patients to enjoy...

    Liberal arts still vital amid tilt towards tech

    The rapid rise of new technologies, most notably AI and ChatGPT, has many implications for the world of higher education. Universities now face fundamental...

    Literaku: an Indonesian-language literacy application that opens a door to quality education for blind people 

    The fourth point of the United Nations SDG ensures that everyone has access to and receives a quality education inclusively and equitably, covering all...

    Big leap for Social Policy and Administration in high-profile rankings

    The recent release of the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023 brought some good news for Lingnan faculty and students. Most noteworthy this time...

    CityU’s discovery of a protein that promotes cancer metastasis

    A research team led by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has discovered a novel protein, Lysyl hydroxylase 1 (LH1), which is a key...

    The budding potential of chrysanthemum flowers at Taman 1000 Bunga Agrotouris

    The linear economic model running in the flower industry has resulted in excessive resource utilization and increased environmental pollution. The circular economy offers a...

    Training problem solvers in the field of Humanitarian Technology and Inclusive Business

    Lingnan University’s new MSc in Humanitarian Technology and Inclusive Business (HTIB) aims to train individuals who can develop the kinds of appropriate and affordable...

    New-generation antenna developed at CityU promotes 6G wireless communications

    A research team led by Professor Chan Chi-hou, Acting Provost and Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering at City...

    Transformative journey paves path for future career success

    With strong support from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Cornelius Gilbert – a recipient of the prestigious Belt and Road Scholarship –...

    Dal researchers’ chance discovery could help extend battery life

    It happens far too often: you plug your laptop in and walk away only to return hours or days later to find it has...

    Two new masters concentrations in arts, heritage tourism and culture – now and in a digital future

    A thriving arts and culture sector is of huge importance to the emotional and psychological health of any society. Committed backing for high quality...

    Novel electrocatalysts for hydrogen production offer hope for solving the energy crisis

    Two efficient and inexpensive novel electrocatalysts for hydrogen production offering sustainable green solutions for the energy crisis have been developed by City University of...

    HKBU launched novel art-tech project to transform the future of cinema

    The cinema, just like filmmaking technology, is always evolving. An array of rapidly developing technologies, ranging from the virtual reality and augmented reality to...

    USU’s Faculty of Engineering processes palm oil mill waste through pyrolysis technology

    Indonesia holds one of the largest palm oil commodities in the world, occupying 12.76 million hectares with a sizable area of oil palm estate...

    The sosa lysol bottle: a promising innovation against tuberculosis transmission

    Tuberculosis (TB) is a severe health threat as Global Tuberculosis Report by WHO shows that Indonesia is still one of the three countries contributing...

    Laying the building blocks for career success through the best of two worlds

    Hailing from the culturally diverse city of Munich, Franz-Jakob Bodenmeier has found himself a natural fit at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)...

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