On 19-21 November 201, a group of 34 scientists from Hong Kong, Germany and Okinawa gathered at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) to discuss topics, ranging from Matter to Life.
Ian Pong is the cable task leader for the American contribution of superconducting quadrupole magnets to CERN’s LHC upgrade.
How the maths behind the art of kirigami may engineer future change
Targeted drug delivery by designing tiny swimming robots.
Chemical biologists have identified a histone mark that regulates chromatin structure.
Dr Kimmy Wu researches gravitational waves and radiation in the universe.
Summer 2019 proved an eye-opener for Lau Shing Fai on challenges for trees posed by climate change.
For Dr Yinlam Chow, having an interest as a child in robots turned out to be a future career in the making because today he is a research scientist at Google AI.