Croucher News

June 2016

Genetics and the skeleton 27 June 2016

“Some people may think I’m unfocused,” says Dr Kathryn Cheah, though her success in the field shows this is certainly untrue.

Solutions for smart cities 24 June 2016

In 2008, the world’s population was, for the first time, evenly split between city dwellers and those in rural areas.

Modern mathematics 17 June 2016

Professor Ngaiming Mok of HKU admits that the mathematical concepts he grapples with are too complex for most people.

Gifted physicist supports gifted students 15 June 2016

Professor Ng is internationally recognised for his contribution to the understanding of theoretical condensed matter physics.

The power of a network 8 June 2016

The wide reaching and diverse applications of network science have led to many breakthroughs in everything from biology to sociology.

Immortal cells 6 June 2016

To hear some scientists talk, one would think our insides have a mind of their own.

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