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HKGAI Debuts Cutting Edge AI Projects at InnoEx 2024
2024-04-13
The Hong Kong Generative AI R&D Center (HKGAI), a joint-university collaborative venture, led…
2024-04-13
HKUST Hoodie Design Competition Unleashes Creativity on HKUST Fun Day 2.0
2024-04-12
一場充滿時裝設計創意的盛宴今日卻在你意想不到的香港科技大學(科大)校園上演﹗作為備受矚目的科大衛衣(Hoodie)設計大賽決賽,六位科大模特兒身穿六項衛衣設計作品,…
2024-04-12
HKUST President Spearheads GBAAA Summit to Exchange Insights
2024-04-11
The "2nd Global Innovation & Technology Summit”, organized by the Greater Bay Area Association…
2024-04-11
HKUST, HKMA and HKIMR Host Global CBDC Conference Featuring Expert Insights from Asia, Europe, and North America
2024-04-11
In a collaborative effort to explore the potential of the Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs),…
2024-04-11
HKUST Enhances Campus EV Charging Infrastructure to Promote Sustainability
2024-03-28
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is investing up to HK$40 million to…
2024-03-28

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A research team led by ISD/ECE Asst. Prof. Mitch LI has introduced a novel laser-guided self-assembly strategy that enables self-assembly of two-dimensional thin films into 3D microstructures.
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Researchers from HKUST and Tsinghua University have developed a digital twin intelligent agent for heritage building preservation using Multimodal Large Language Models and 3D Gaussian Splatting technology.
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In a TV program, MAE Asst. Prof. DUAN Molong discussed the design of the Comac C919 aircraft, as well as its development outlook and the competition it may face.
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HKUST is investing up to HK$40 million to upgrade 30% of its total parking spaces with charging capability and related software support for electric vehicles (EV), striving to cultivate a sustainable commuting habit and support emission reduction goals in the HKUST 2028 Sustainability Challenge.
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In an interview with Global Times, P Prof. Nancy IP shared her insights into healthy aging.
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A research team led by ECE/CBE Chair Prof. FAN Zhiyong has developed biomimetic olfactory chips (BOC) capable of integrating nanotube sensor arrays on nanoporous substrates, with up to 10,000 individually addressable gas sensors per chip.
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