Chemical and Biological Engineering

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Award winner Dr. Shao Jiawei shared his valuable research experiences and the challenges he faced with current research postgraduate students at the PhD Research Excellence Award Ceremony on May 30.
Award winner Dr. Shao Jiawei shared his valuable research experiences and the challenges he faced with current research postgraduate students at the PhD Research Excellence Award Ceremony on May 30. 
(From left) Prof. Yoonseob Kim, PhD student Jun Huang (first author of the paper), PhD student Chen Li, postdoctoral fellow Ki-Taek Bang, and PhD student Hang Luo
(From left) Prof. Yoonseob Kim, PhD student Jun Huang (first author of the paper), PhD student Chen Li, postdoctoral fellow Ki-Taek Bang, and PhD student Hang Luo 
Prof. Yoonseob Kim has made significant progresses in polymer materials for energy and other applications since joining HKUST.
Prof. Yoonseob Kim has made significant progresses in polymer materials for energy and other applications since joining HKUST. 
Prof. Fan Zhiyong (center) and the two first authors of the research paper with equal contribution: Dr. Wang Chen (right), former HKUST postdoctoral fellow and currently a Professor at Jilin University, and Dr. Chen Zhesi (left), 2023 graduate of PhD in Electronic and Computer Engineering
Prof. Fan Zhiyong (center) and the two first authors of the research paper with equal contribution: Dr. Wang Chen (right), former HKUST postdoctoral fellow and currently a Professor at Jilin University, and Dr. Chen Zhesi (left), 2023 graduate of PhD in Electronic and Computer Engineering 
Dr. Melody Chung Jin-Teng, currently postdoctoral researcher at HKUST and co-founder of Allegrow Biotech Ltd.
Dr. Melody Chung Jin-Teng, currently postdoctoral researcher at HKUST and co-founder of Allegrow Biotech Ltd. 
Making Positive Impact on Disease Treatment
Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said.
Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said. 
Marrying Sustainability and Development via Green Business
Stellar Faculty Driving Excellence
Prof. Sun Fei is funded with a fellowship grant of around HK$5.2 million over a period of five years to conduct his project on Genetically Programmable Materials for Axon Regeneration.
Prof. Sun Fei is funded with a fellowship grant of around HK$5.2 million over a period of five years to conduct his project on Genetically Programmable Materials for Axon Regeneration. 
Recognition for Stellar Researcher
Prof. Yeung King-Lun from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Division of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST (front left) and Dr. Pat Yeung, Director of APEL (front right), sign the memorandum on the establishment of the Joint Lab under the witnesses of Under Secretary Miss Diane Wong (back row, second right), Prof. Tim Cheng (back row, second left), Mr. Jackin Jim, Chairman of Yee Hop (back row, first right), and Dr. David Chung (back row, first left).
Prof. Yeung King-Lun from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Division of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST (front left) and Dr. Pat Yeung, Director of APEL (front right), sign the memorandum on the establishment of the Joint Lab under the witnesses of Under Secretary Miss Diane Wong (back row, second right), Prof. Tim Cheng (back row, second left), Mr. Jackin Jim, Chairman of Yee Hop (back row, first right), and Dr. David Chung (back row, first left). 
From left: Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan, Prof. Shen Yajing, Prof. Wang Shuai, Prof. Zhou Xiaofang
From left: Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan, Prof. Shen Yajing, Prof. Wang Shuai, Prof. Zhou Xiaofang 
Promoting Research Collaboration with Mainland