Croucher News

December 2017

Professor Luk Kwai-man wins prestigious John Kraus Antenna Award 30 December 2017

Professor Luk Kwai-man (Croucher Senior Research Fellowship 2001) has been conferred the prestigious IEEE AP-S John Kraus Antenna Award for his contributions to the invention of L-shaped Probe Fed Microstrip Antenna and the Magneto-electric Dipole Antenna for Wireless Communications.The IEEE AP-S John Kraus Antenna Award is one of the highest awards in the antenna field globally. Prof Luk is...

Broken heart: congenital heart defect in child 29 December 2017

How children with heart failure survive? Dr Leung Ping answers.

Robotic revolution: medical robotics operate with precision 20 December 2017

Kit Hang Lee (Croucher Studentship 2015) shares his love for robot.

Croucher scholars winning WuXi PharmaTech Life Science and Chemistry Awards 15 December 2017

Congratulations to Prof Lo and Prof Yu.

Croucher Foundation Day Dinner 2017 14 December 2017

The Croucher Foundation held its annual Foundation Day Dinner last Friday, celebrating 38 years of promoting the advancement of science in Hong Kong and commending this year’s recipients of the Senior Research Fellowships.

Robust OLED material designed by Croucher scholars got exclusive license 12 December 2017

Scientists collaborate to design affordable OLED material.

Professor Mok Ngaiming elected as ASHK member 11 December 2017

Professor Mok Ngai Ming, Edmund and Peggy Tse Professor in Mathematics and Chair of Mathematics at the Faculty of Science of the University of Hong Kong, was elected a member of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong.

Page 1 of 1

Stay in the loop!

Subscribe to keep up with the latest from Croucher Foundation.

Passionate about science?
Stay updated with the latest scientific developments in Hong Kong through Croucher News.

Subscribe to our regular newsletter and receive a digest of key science stories straight to your inbox. You'll also get updates from the Croucher Foundation on scholarships, scientific exchanges, and more.

Subscribe now and stay informed about Hong Kong's dynamic scientific landscape.


First name

Last name