Croucher News

March 2017

Hand in hand: medical robotics 30 March 2017

Professor Zion Tse researching on medical robotics for developments of cutting-edge clinical medicine.

Light the night: nanophotonics and photonic crystals 24 March 2017

Scientists are now able to manipulate photons at nanoscale.

Michael Kwong: from cartoons to catalyst design 22 March 2017

A love of TV cartoons drew Michael Kwong Fuk-yee into a career in chemistry.

Joining the dots: scientific consultancy 14 March 2017

Dr. Poon builds upon her experience as a research scientist and set up her own consulting firm in Montreal.

Innovation guardian: working in intellectual property law 13 March 2017

Dr Wilma Shi has transitioned from the lab to a law firm, training to be a patent attorney. See the story of how business and science interrelated.

Makacademia: a short biography of Dr Vincent Mak 10 March 2017

A story of Dr Mak trying to figure out his interest and make sense of human nature.

The 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 8 March 2017

Selection process completed: 400 young scientists will participate in the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

Mind the gap: using variable selection in genomics 7 March 2017

A better understanding of genomes for advances in public health.

Spring Reception 2017 2 March 2017

On 10 February, the Croucher Scholars Association held its first annual Spring Reception at the Kowloon Cricket Club.

The how and why: cancer pathology 2 March 2017

Originally from Malaysia, Dr Ui-Soon Khoo obtained her medical degree from University College Galway, Ireland.

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