The ground-breaking, imaging-guided nanoparticle photothermal treatment for osteoarthritis pain is the first time targeted photothermal therapy via nanotechnology has been used.
HKU’s Centre for Civil Society and Governance and an American social networking service company will jointly launch the Tech for Good Initiative to strengthen institutional innovations with the use of AI and Big Data in governance and public policy.
A new ventilation technology developed by a research team at the City University of Hong Kong can thoroughly filter viral particles and quickly stop the spread of Covid-19 in the air and at a low cost.
A mechanical engineering research team has developed technology to enhance liquid disposition by overlaying impacting droplets with a tiny amount of lubricant that modify interfacial properties for easy manipulation.
The “CCG Accel – Powered by HKSTP” accelerator provides the shortlisted tech ventures with the exclusive opportunity to develop pilot solutions to ensure they can deliver market-ready solutions prior to general adoption.
The joint research team has recently developed a soft robotic manipulator for transoral laser microsurgery on head and neck cancer, guided by intra-operative magnetic resonance imaging.
The framework agreement with Shenzhen-Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation Cooperation Zone Development Co. Ltd. aims to establish a Shenzhen branch of Hong Kong Science Park.
Researchers at the City University of Hong Kong have developed a new sensor that helps to effectively and rehabilitate joint disorders that arise from prolonged sedentary postures at work.
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