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HKUST’s Response to the Tuition Fee Adjustment for UGC-funded Programs
2024-06-20
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) acknowledges the decision made by the…
2024-06-20
HKUST and HKUST (GZ) Launch Redbird Cross Campus Study Program
2024-06-14
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and the Hong Kong University of Science…
2024-06-14
HKUST Exemplifies Sustainability Leadership at GSDC in Bangkok
2024-06-12
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) gained recognition for its efforts to…
2024-06-12
HKUST Leaps 13 Spots to Rank among Top 50 Universities Worldwide
2024-06-05
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is proud to announce that it has jumped…
2024-06-05
HKUST Appoints Prof. TAM Kar-Yan as Vice-President for Administration and Business
2024-06-03
                             Prof. TAM Kar-Yan The Hong Kong University of Science and…
2024-06-03

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HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP said in an interview that with the support of the country, HK's I&T ecosystem is rapidly growing and can support the GBA and the country's overall I&T development.
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HKUST has achieved an impressive global ranking of 36th as well as the first in HK and mainland China in its debut appearance in the Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings 2024.
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A research led by Energy Institute Director and CBE Chair Prof. SHAO Minhua developed a new high-performance and long-lasting hydrogen fuel cell, breaking the world record for the highest durability.
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Insect X, a startup team formed by HKUST and CityU students, won the "Sustainable Development" category championship for the HK student group at HK Techathon+ 2024.
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A research team led by ECE Assoc. Prof. SHEN Yajing has developed a liquid metal-based electronic logic device that mimics the intelligent prey-capture mechanism of Venus flytraps.
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A research team led by PHYS Assoc. Prof. LIU Tao proposed a groundbreaking method of detecting high-frequency gravitational waves (HFGWs).
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