From Virus-slaying Air Purifiers to Delivery Robots, How HKUST Inventions are Fighting Covid-19
President Prof. Wei SHYY contributed an article to the World Economic Forum to talk about the collaborative efforts made by HKUST and its fellow allies to fight Covid-19.
Keeping Eyes On the Target
Edith Lee, a computer science and engineering student who is one of the city’s top recurve bow archers, is determined to continue to strike targets with her bow and arrows.
A. Kwok Sports Aerodynamics Science Initiative HKUST & HKSI Join Hands to Enhance Performance of Cycling Team
Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) Executive Director Mr. Adam KWOK Kai-fai will donate HK$6 million to the Sports Aerodynamics Science Initiative Project launched by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to help enhance elite cyclists’ performance at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Computational Immunology Leads Way to Developing Vaccines for Viruses
Mathematical methods use sequential data sets to understand how hepatitis and HIV viruses adapt and mutate – and to detect their weaknesses.
Meet the HKUST marine biologist who has solved one of the maritime industry's biggest problems
Professor Qian Peiyuan, David von Hansemann Professor of Science, is sending waves through the global maritime industry with his latest discovery
Smart Way to Urban Water Supply System Sustainability – Real-time Monitoring and Defect Detection
A research team led by Professor Mohamed Ghidaoui, Chinese Estates Professor of Engineering, is developing pioneering technologies that help conserving one of our most precious resources – water
Students turned themselves into global citizens by studying abroad in Belt and Road Countries
Undergraduates studied in Brunei, Russia and China to prepare for an ever-connected world
Concern for a cause: The HKUST graduate forging a path towards a better world
As an active member of the HKUST Connect programs, Sandy Leung wants to make a difference to those in need
Beyond DNA – The Healthy Benefits of Epigenomic
How are HKUST researchers leading the way in epigenomics, a frontier scientific and healthcare field generating fresh insights on human diseases?
A remarkable antique map collection at HKUST is charting Western contact with China over time
Sustainability – More Than Just a Green Campus!
Designing and implement green campus projects not only improve HKUST’s sustainability, but also provide invaluable learning experiences for students.
Real-time Air-quality App Ready to Change People’s Mindset on Pollution
Air pollution is a major issue in Hong Kong, but most residents believe they can do nothing to make their lives healthier: PRAISE-HK seeks to change that by empowering individuals and communities.
Taking Knowledge & Experience into the Real World
Supporting research is not just about developing groundbreaking systems and products, but also inspiring and assisting young engineers to reach their full potential.