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Cable-Driven Robots Build Up Endless Design Possibilities

Architects always have an abundance of design ideas, yet in the real world, there are limitations such as workers’ techniques, time and building costs. A professor from CUHK shows how cable-driven robots transform non-standard and artistic designs into precise executions and eventually help realise the endless possibilities for design concepts…

Harvest Energy on Your Own and Revolutionalise Your Smartwatch User Habit

Smart wearable technology is evolving into a new form. Powering a smartwatch through solar power could be one the ways but how could it be sustainable under a lengthy cloudy sunless day? Researchers in CUHK recently found that you can be in control of your watch’s energy and sustain its battery endurance through walking and the swinging of your arms.

How Research Improves Your Health and Quality of Life

Science has the potential to change the world and the future of mankind. Through science, we can live a better life, or develop new vaccines, medicines, and technologies to prevent plagues, cure diseases, or explore the unknown possibilities. CUHK scholars reveal their research results on advancing human betterment. Their contributions to society have gained tremendous acclaim across global......

What Gets Under Your Skin?

T-rays radiation does but, far from annoying, it’s a new, safe and easy boon to diagnosing skin disease. With your arm on the imaging window of T-ray equipment, T-rays get under the skin to measure thickness and hydration. A novel method of analysis from CUHK and Warwick University, T-rays improve treatment of eczema, psoriasis and skin cancer……

Poor Kids, Radioligists, Investors Aided by University Innovations

A remarkable medley of research projects led by CUHK professors include free speech training for underprivileged children with language disorders from a one-stop service platform for language development "Speak Along", helping radiologists better identify pulmonary lesions from X-rays images, and mining public data for improved decisions by China market investors, all winning Hong Kong ICT Awards this year......

Let’s Take a Brick Philip Fu Makes Sketches Come to Life with LEGO Algorithm

We all know what LEGO is—it is a timeless, fun and educational toy for a kid, one he or she played with as a child, and now probably steps on when walking around the house as a parent. But the charm of LEGO knows no bounds. In fact, more and more adults nowadays show an increased interest in tinkering with these brightly hued bricks......

New “Soft Power”: Batteries Safe and Stable as Skin Cream

High energy batteries, in cell phones and laptops, can blow up in your face. Research around that problem surfaced with a solution from a surprisingly different field. It is a soluble polymer used in skin cream that can also stabilise battery output. Soon, putting a phone on your cheek will be as gentle on your skin as moisturizer……

一步一电零负担 行山充电源源不绝

行山远足时迷路,更不幸遇上手机刚好缺电,无法求救—相信这是不少行山人士的恶梦。求人不如自救,透过香港中文大学 (中大)团队研发的人体动能采电系统,将每一步的动能都转化为电力,无需耗用使用者额外的体能。每踏出一步,便为这轻巧的电子仪器充电……

网上讲座助学生疫情下扩阔知识

为鼓励莘莘学子在疫情下,仍能在家中自我增值,中大将举办一系列「博文在线」网上公开讲座,由9位中大优秀学者透过视像会议平台分享专长领域的真知灼见。首场于3月20日举行的讲座将由中大常务副校长率先分享 ……

微型机械人集群 游走血液肠道治疗疾病

工程学院研究团队成功开发一种微型机械人集群在生物流体中运动的优化选择策略,能预测不同种类磁控微型集群机械人在各种生物流体中的行为。研究未来可应用于血管和人体内其他狭小空间内的介入式治疗……