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HK scientist develops retinal scan technology to identify early childhood autism

An interview with Professor Benny Zee, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care to introduce the research on detecting early autism in children via ARIA technology.

Extending maser techniques to Floquet systems

A research by Professor Ren Bao Liu, Department of Physics exploring the possibilities to extend the application of masers for searching dark matter in universe.

We can see evidence of the ancient Snowball Earth in bacterial DNA

An interview with Professor Haiwei Luo, Associate Professor, School of Life Sciences, discussing the evidence of the ancient snowball earth showed in bacterial DNA.

‘Sars hero’ says Hong Kong medical experts must do more to persuade public that coronavirus vaccines are safe

An interview with Professor Joseph Sung, Mok Hing Yiu Professor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine to give views on the COVID-19 infection control measures and vaccine.

Sleeping problems? Music and light therapy can ease insomnia and help you get a good night’s rest

A joint research by CUHK researchers from the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine on the insomnia prevention programme for at-risk adolescents.

Forests are needed to absorb carbon, but the overheating planet might soon flip a critical switch

Professor Amos Tai, Associate Professor, Earth System Science Programme gives expert opinion on the impacts of rising temperatures on climate change.

Suffer from social anxiety? How VR therapy can help with everyday situations like shopping and dealing with clients

An interview with Professor Winnie Mak, Department of Psychology introducing a joint research on virtual reality (VR) therapy for treating severe anxious social avoidance.

Eliquis linked with lower risk for post-polypectomy bleeding

A research by Professor Francis Chan, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and his team on the post-polypectomy bleeding.


Inequality and Disparity in Hong Kong

An interview with Professor Fanny Cheung, Senior Advisor, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, discussing inequality and disparity in Hong Kong, and the government’s efforts in tackling those issues.

A research based curriculum treating autism using social robots

An interview with Professor Catherine So, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, introducing her research on treating autism using social robots.