The city is using its proximity to research and development hubs in mainland China to encourage innovation, but barriers to collaboration remain.
Spotlight on Hong Kong
Hong Kong is using its proximity to science hubs in mainland China to encourage innovation, but barriers to collaboration remain.
Leaders of some major research institutions in Hong Kong talk about translating research into innovation to make an impact.
Committed to supporting innovation and entrepreneurship, The Chinese University of Hong Kong is leveraging its research excellence for greater social impact.
Discoveries made by researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)’s Faculty of Medicine are leading to biomedical innovations improving people’s lives.
From novel alloy materials to energy-saving flying robots, City University of Hong Kong is making important research advances translatable to real-world applications.
Attracting bright minds from around the world, the Institute of advanced study at The City University of Hong Kong pursues curiosity-driven research and spreads the importance of scientific knowledge.
The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is committed to nurturing a research culture that values excellence and impact through interdisciplinarity, internationalisation and innovation.
A molecular study by a researcher at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University has led to the discovery of an emerging superbug and the mechanisms underlying fatal infections.
Drawing on expertise developed from designing precision tools for space exploration, a PolyU team has engineered a revolutionary motorised robotic system for minimally invasive surgeries.
Being Hong Kong’s largest R&D base has made Hong Kong Science Park an ideal site for technology companies to realise their dreams.