Croucher News

May 2018

Max Planck Croucher Symposium 26 May 2018

On 20 May 2018, a group of 35 young scientists gathered at Ringberg Castle in Bavaria to discuss the latest advances in their respective fields of biology.

Osteoporosis drug may be cardioprotective 12 May 2018

Alendronate might reduced risk of cardiovascular events in hip fracture patients.

A new use for anti-fungal medicines 10 May 2018

Professor Yu's new research suggested that a common fungicidal drug, terbinafine, can be used to prevent and treat liver disease.

Professor Anthony Yeh: untangling multilevel road networks 5 May 2018

New system developed to determine which road level they have just entered.

Clement Tsui: searching for new approaches to treat tuberculosis 4 May 2018

Clement Tsui studied on the use of novel drug candidates to tackle tuberculosis.

Long read: Plankton in Peril! 3 May 2018

In the Chan Lab at the HKUST, Karen Chan is working all-out to understand the secrets of keystone marine organisms.

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