Croucher News

June 2019

Not junk RNA after all 25 June 2019

Non-coding RNA has been found to play an important role in ensuring accuracy in cell division and chromosome segregation.

Going underground to detect gravitational waves in space 21 June 2019

Prof Albert Kong is working on an underground gravitational wave detector.

Breakthrough in deriving early embryonic stem cells 19 June 2019

A new approach to derive expanded potential stem cells from both pig and human cells.

Nanophotonic advances shed light on tunable metasurfaces 13 June 2019

Manipulate light with optical metasurfaces to improve efficiency in technologies.

Gravitational wave method may solve dark matter boson mystery 11 June 2019

A team of astrophysicists tired to verify the existence of ultralight bosons.

69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 5 June 2019

Two Croucher scholars have been accepted to attend the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting from 30 June to 5 July.

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