Chemical and Biological Engineering

Chemical and Biological Engineering

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
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
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). 
Top row from left: Prof. Shao Minhua, Prof. Yoonseob Kim, Prof. Wang Gang. Bottom row from left: Prof. Wang Wei, Prof. Yu Yantao, Prof. Sun Fei, Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan
Top row from left: Prof. Shao Minhua, Prof. Yoonseob Kim, Prof. Wang Gang. Bottom row from left: Prof. Wang Wei, Prof. Yu Yantao, Prof. Sun Fei, Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan 
A group photo of HKUST Pro-Chancellor Dr. John Chan Cho-Chak (front row, fifth left), HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (front row, sixth left), other HKUST senior management, donors, representatives of corporate sponsors and named professors.
A group photo of HKUST Pro-Chancellor Dr. John Chan Cho-Chak (front row, fifth left), HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (front row, sixth left), other HKUST senior management, donors, representatives of corporate sponsors and named professors. 
A Tribute to Donors’ Ongoing Support for HKUST’s Mission
The HKUST Chem-E-Car Team “Chemical Turkey” with their supervisor Prof. Luo Zhengtang. (From left: Chloe Hui Ka-Ching, Timothy So Kwok-To, Eagle Tsang Cheuk-Yin, Prof. Luo Zhengtang, Jacqualine Ip Chi-In, Eric Yang Jeonghyun, Aaron Wong Hoi-Chung, Gordon Chan King-Him, and Tina Leung Ching-Ting)
The HKUST Chem-E-Car Team “Chemical Turkey” with their supervisor Prof. Luo Zhengtang. (From left: Chloe Hui Ka-Ching, Timothy So Kwok-To, Eagle Tsang Cheuk-Yin, Prof. Luo Zhengtang, Jacqualine Ip Chi-In, Eric Yang Jeonghyun, Aaron Wong Hoi-Chung, Gordon Chan King-Him, and Tina Leung Ching-Ting) 
Prof. Wang Jiguang, Padma Harilela Associate Professor of Life Science in HKUST’s Division of Life Science and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (left); and co-first authors of the paper: Prof. Chai Ruichao, Associate Professor of Beijing Tiantan Hospital at Capital Medical University and Associate Professor at Beijing Neurosurgical Institute (center); and Dr. Mu Quanhua (right), Research Assistant Professor in HKUST’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
Prof. Wang Jiguang, Padma Harilela Associate Professor of Life Science in HKUST’s Division of Life Science and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (left); and co-first authors of the paper: Prof. Chai Ruichao, Associate Professor of Beijing Tiantan Hospital at Capital Medical University and Associate Professor at Beijing Neurosurgical Institute (center); and Dr. Mu Quanhua (right), Research Assistant Professor in HKUST’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. 
Prof. Terence Wong, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, HKUST
Prof. Terence Wong, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, HKUST 
CHAMPion of Cancer Imaging
Kenny Oktavius (center), Jack Chen (right), and Adley Prawoto pioneered a sweat sensor that eliminates the need for invasive blood samples when testing for muscle fatigue.
Kenny Oktavius (center), Jack Chen (right), and Adley Prawoto pioneered a sweat sensor that eliminates the need for invasive blood samples when testing for muscle fatigue. 
Let’s Sweat the Details