Professor Ronald Ma and his team examine type 1 diabetes among adults.
Croucher Science Week: Dr Stephanie Ma
30 March 2022
Dr Stephanie Ma Kwai Yee on explaining complex science simply.
Professor Wang Xunli speaks about his collaboration with CAS.
Physicists manipulate magnetism with light
25 March 2022
Croucher caught up with Dr Adrian Po to discuss his recent research.
Hong Kong scientists reveal massive tropical carbon loss
23 March 2022
Carbon loss has doubled over the past two decades due to excessive forest removal.
The 99 per cent
21 March 2022
Professor Ng Siew Chien uses gut microbiome for medical diagnostics and therapeutics.
Professor Sun Hongzhe used silver nitrate and colistin to overcome drug-resistant pathogens.
New facet of DNA mismatch repair discovered
16 March 2022
Scientists show that the mechanism has a role in non-replication associated repair processes.
How COVID-19 causes inflammation in blood vessels
15 March 2022
Study shows how coronavirus triggers inflammation
The Omicron variant is tested on five different surfaces.
Building a new facility for marine biology in Hong Kong
11 March 2022
The Swire Institute of Marine Science is a research facility of HKU.
High fidelity genome editing technique developed
10 March 2022
The new technique can improve the accuracy of genome editing significantly.
Gut bacteria may be linked to a person’s risk of developing long COVID.
New ‘WavyOcean’ platform helps visualise marine data
8 March 2022
The platform will facilitate marine research work and offer valuable data to policy makers.
In conversation with four leading women scientists
8 March 2022
Croucher Foundation spoke to four leading women scientists about gender equality.
HKU scientists help soybeans to grow in saline soil
7 March 2022
Scientists are finding ways to improve crop resilience.
The team studied six coral reef fish species at a natural volcanic seep in Papua New Guinea.
Active liquid crystals with computational function
4 March 2022
The team shows how the building blocks of a circuit could be created using liquid crystals.
Researchers from the Faculties of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong discovered a causal link between smoking and a higher risk of contracting mild to severe COVID-19, using data from large scale genome-wide association studies.The research team found that heavier smoking behaviour is likely to increase the risk of contracting both mild and severe forms...