Croucher Foundation News

Croucher Science Week 2023: a free festival inspiring young minds in Hong Kong

The annual event returns with a diverse range of online events, live programmes, and bilingual workshops aimed at making science accessible to all.

29 March 2023

Making many tiny things

Fabricating high-resolution and complex objects with additive manufacturing across a wide range of materials is challenging. CUHK researchers synthesised very finely detailed objects from a wide range of materials,

18 March 2023

HKUST researchers develop a method for single cell analysis

A team at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology led by Dr Angela Wu has developed a single-cell whole genomic sequencing method that is versatile, easy to use, and compatible with single nuclei from frozen tissues.

25 February 2023

Hong Kong's wild boars: from conflict to co-existence

Reexamining the consequences of human-wildlife interactions.

5 February 2023

Enhancing the electron highway for solar-to-hydrogen power

A  new line of thinking in the future design of photocatalysis.

26 January 2023

Reward and punishment systems in coral-algae relationship

The complex dynamics of resource-sharing symbiosis in the reef environment.

15 January 2023

Ecological risks of microplastics are far worse than previously thought

The co-occurrence of organic chemicals magnifies their ecotoxicological effects.

12 January 2023

Rise of the aquabots

Navigating tortuous paths to target sites.

12 January 2023