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Hong Kong Is Shutting the Last of Its Covid Quarantine Camps. Now What?

Professor Ng Mee-kam from the Department of Geography and Resource Management gives her expert opinion on the repurposing of quarantine camps in Hong Kong.

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Eye Drops May Stave Off Nearsightedness in Children

Research by Dr Jason Yam, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, reveals that dilating eye drops could delay the onset of myopia in children.

Diving drone can switch between flying and swimming

Professor Chen Benmei from the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering has developed a diving drone that can switch between flying and swimming for search and rescue missions or engineering inspections.

Innovation hub helps China step up collaboration with Thailand in health and life sciences

Professor Rocky S. Tuan, CUHK Vice-Chancellor and President, shares his views on partnerships in fundamental science and technology at a forum of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities.

HK parents fail to keep an eye on kids’ sight: CUHK

Survey of pupils’ eyesight during the COVID-19 pandemic by the CUHK EdDataX Research Centre shows that parents and schools should pay more attention to vision complications among pupils.

Continuous development as part of the undergraduate experience

Interview with a CUHK PhD student in biomedical sciences on her experience with the university’s international ethos and culture of academic excellence.