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HKUST Researchers Develop a Versatile, Reconfigurable, and Damage-Tolerant Single-Wire Sensor Array
HKUST Researchers Develop a Versatile, Reconfigurable, and Damage-Tolerant Single-Wire Sensor Array
By mimicking the human ear’s ability to distinguish sounds through tonotopy, this innovative sensor array approach could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery.
HKUST-Led Research Unveiled Early Predictors of Glioma Evolution by Self-constructed Machine Learning Model CELLO2
HKUST-Led Research Unveiled Early Predictors of Glioma Evolution by Self-constructed Machine Learning Model CELLO2
An international research team led by HKUST has unveiled how primary brain tumors evolve under therapy and developed an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered model for patients to predict their prognosis, shedding light on better patient management strategies and precision oncology.
Digitalizing Disasters to Counter Climate Change
Digitalizing Disasters to Counter Climate Change
In the face of increasing extreme rainfall events that often trigger further dangers, School of Engineering civil engineers are setting out to develop a pioneering city-scale slope digital twin to boost forecasting, prevention, and mitigation of Hong Kong’s number one natural hazard: landslides.
No More “Take Two” in Lung Cancer Surgeries
No More “Take Two” in Lung Cancer Surgeries
Suffering from lung cancer and undergoing an operation is distressing enough. Yet some patients need to go through a second surgery when the tumor has not been completely removed. A HKUST research team has developed a cutting-edge microscope that can accurately detect any remaining cancer cells in just three minutes. Leveraging AI, this innovation can help doctors make near real-time judgments during surgery while sparing patients from unnecessary ordeal.
HKUST Successfully Launched “HKUST-FYBB#1” Satellite
HKUST Successfully Launched “HKUST-FYBB#1” Satellite
HKUST held a ceremony on August 26, 2023 in celebration of the successful launch of the high-resolution optical satellite “HKUST-FYBB#1”. The satellite had entered the designated orbit for operation at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu Province at 12.59 pm on August 25, marking the start of a joint venture between HKUST and Chang Guang Satellite Technology Co. Ltd for scientific research.
HKUST Researchers Developed a Method to Customize Materials to Treat Three Chronic Conditions
HKUST Researchers Developed a Method to Customize Materials to Treat Three Chronic Conditions
Addressing common chronic conditions like dry eye disease, macular degeneration, and knee osteoarthritis, the pioneering work of the Chemical and Biological Engineering research team has earned them a prestigious Gold Medal with Congratulations of the Jury at the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva.
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An Educator Focusing on Experiential and Service Learning
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A Fresh Look at Fathoming Global Warming
A Fresh Look at Fathoming Global Warming
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Shaping the Food and Shaking the Cocktails of Tomorrow
Shaping the Food and Shaking the Cocktails of Tomorrow
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Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2024

Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2023

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2024-25 ESA and PMP

ESA and PMP are now accepting application for 2024-25!