研究故事

Tissue of Lives

Tissue of Lives

Discovering the role of viscosity in regulating the behaviour of living cells is major breakthrough for tissue engineering and could lead to better cultivation of human tissue and organs.

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Turning Tent to Townhouse? Ulaanbaatar's Ger Sprawl

Turning Tent to Townhouse? Ulaanbaatar's Ger Sprawl

The Faculty of Architecture is leading a project to transform Mongolian gers for urban living to help solve a housing problem brought about by mass migration to Ulaanbaatar.

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Wake-Up Call for Construction

Wake-Up Call for Construction

The way the construction industry operates has changed little over the centuries, and major projects are regularly completed late and over-budget. Now, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is dragging the industry into the technology age, and HKU is at the forefront of the change.

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Making Babies

Making Babies

The rapid changes in technology and society over the past 40 years are affecting how and whether couples can conceive. HKU researchers have been studying the impact of social and political transformations in China and Hong Kong, and of non-natural births. They are also producing research to improve the odds of conception and to identify and treat congenital diseases, so more babies have a chance of a healthy life.

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Chinese Art in the Modern Era

Chinese Art in the Modern Era

The story of modern art has typically been framed as a Western story that began when European artists started challenging realism in the mid-19th century. But modernity is not a preserve of the West, as Professor David Clarke shows in a new book that maps the transformation of Chinese art over the past century to the country’s main historical events.

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