The scientific innovation of Rocky Tuan
From Stage to School
Professor Kielman Explores the Mobilities of Sounds
But drills can save, says Polly Li
Wu Yilin Uncovers the Secret Pattern of Cell Movement
From Non-invasive Prenatal Test to Cancer Screening
Jiang Liwen rewrites the first chapters in plant biology
How Silin Zhong decodes fruition in nature
Raymond Yeung develops a new way of transmitting data
Zhong Lei connects dots that are hard to see
Jyh-An Lee on the leading edge of China’s Internet law
Cinematic Exchanges between Hong Kong and Japan
Martin Wong on early detection and prevention
Ho Che-wah Injects Literary Elements into Chinese Education
The Arts and Sciences of Piecing Things Together
Virginia Yip Reveals Two-tongue Wonders
CUHK Law Professor Wages War against Verbal Atrocity
CUHK Gerald Choa Neuroscience Centre examines the brain mechanism of behaviours
Vivian Zhan explains how rich soils have poor yields
A CUHK psychologist's positive take on mental illness
Huang Yu sheds light on blood vessel dysfunctions
Siew Ng asks why inflammatory bowel disease takes root in Asia
Lawrence Wong helps stroke patients regain upper limb mobility
CUHK law professor urges reform in drug patent law
Kathy Lui takes aim at the matter of the heart
Henry Chan did the math of liver cancer for patients and general practitioners
James Lau’s quest to perfect endoscopic surgery
CUHK generalists talk about CUHK general education
Thomas Au motivates his students to explore science from difference perspectives
Evelyn Chan talks about the use and value of a degree in literature
Vacant TV frequencies open way for fast wireless future
Samuel Cheung talks about the Cantonese language and helps clear up a few myths.
Hua-bai Li tries to get to the bottom of what makes the stars.
Students get lost in the spiral of corrections
CUHK robotics scientist has enabled robots to see and operate autonomously
CUHK mathematician solves equivocation with equations
Prof. Steven Ngai developed the system of service learning, which calls on students to serve the less advantaged sectors of society and learn about how human beings could look after each other.
Prof. Gordon Mathews and some of the students talk on their rhyme and reasons for engaging in anthropological studies at CUHK, the only local university that runs an anthropology department.
Architecture professor Ho Puay-peng talks about how the Tsz Shan Monastery re-interprets traditional Buddhist art for a modern sentimentality.
Prof. Lam Chiu-ying shares the best spots and time for bird-watching on campus, and how the hobby may heal one's mind and soul.
Law professor Julien Chaisse sees significance of global regulations on water trade, particularly across borders.
In the battle of the old and the new media, the former appears to be winning.
A CUHK historian reconstructs the network of modern Chinese emigrants from their bones/remains repatriation.
Luo Haiwei’s take on evolutionism
Kevin Yip finds rogue genes in liver-cancer cells
Qin Ling experiments with bioactive implants
Why men contract liver cancer far more often than women
Dean of Engineering leads the way to cleaner energy