In quantum physics, the closer researchers get to absolute zero, the stranger an atom’s properties become. As an experimental quantum physicist, Croucher scholar Dr Jo Gyu-Boong is looking deep into the science behind the big freeze.
New sensing technique to drastically improve gas sensing technology
Croucher Scholar reimagines the water droplet
11 May 2022
Professor Anderson Shum is harnessing the physical properties of water droplets.
A popular child’s toy inspired Dr Li Zhang to create a magnetic slime robot.
The central nervous system can sense and respond to implanted biomaterials.
HK scientists discovered a key mechanism behind storage protein in plant seeds.
Croucher Science Week: Dr Rosa Chan
29 April 2022
Participating in Croucher Science Week has helped Dr Chan to explain complex science including her research in engineering.
Insights into regeneration
27 April 2022
Nicola Wong is using bioinformatics to explore the comparative and evolutionary genomics of different organisms.
Gene silencing is a technique used to study the mechanism of diseases.
New solar cells boost efficiency to record high
25 April 2022
HK and UK scientists collaborate to improve the efficiency of perovskite solar cells.
Croucher Science Week school programme extended
20 April 2022
Hands on activities and science shows available until 22 May.
A 65-million-year-old detective story
19 April 2022
This year Hong Kong plans to host a symposium of paleontological researchers.
Croucher Foundation Eighth Report 2016–2021
14 April 2022
Find out how Croucher Foundation performed over this six year period.
Professor Ronald Ma and his team examine type 1 diabetes among adults.
Croucher Science Week: Dr Stephanie Ma
30 March 2022
Dr Stephanie Ma Kwai Yee on explaining complex science simply.
Professor Wang Xunli speaks about his collaboration with CAS.
Physicists manipulate magnetism with light
25 March 2022
Croucher caught up with Dr Adrian Po to discuss his recent research.
Hong Kong scientists reveal massive tropical carbon loss
23 March 2022
Carbon loss has doubled over the past two decades due to excessive forest removal.
The 99 per cent
21 March 2022
Professor Ng Siew Chien uses gut microbiome for medical diagnostics and therapeutics.