Croucher News

June 2017

Buckle up: gravitational waves 28 June 2017

Dr Lap-Ming Lin and his team study the properties and dynamics of neutron stars.

Professor Jun Yu: towards early detection of colorectal cancer 25 June 2017

Professor Jun Yu discovered biomarkers that allow early diagnosis of colorectal cancer.

Microscopic marine fungi 23 June 2017

Professor Pang Ka Lai explores the use of fungi in industrial or medical settings.

Casting the net: open source drug discovery in China 20 June 2017

Dr Li Chi Ho shares how scientists in R&D company co-create innovative products.

Fishing for answers: acute myeloid leukaemia 9 June 2017

Professor Anskar Leung uses zebrafish to study acute myeloid leukaemia.

Sense of smell: ephaptic interactions in insects 8 June 2017

Angela Tsang studies the sense of smell in insects.

Diabetes and stroke 3 June 2017

A story of how Dr Gary Tse became the most junior lead investigator at CUHK.

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