Ocean Science
| 20 Jun 2022
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| 14 Jun 2022
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| 11 May 2022
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| 10 May 2022
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| 21 Apr 2022
Ocean Science
Ocean Science
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HKUST Researchers Discover 'Hotspots' of Three-layered Alternatively Rotating Circulation in South China Sea

A research team led by Prof. GAN Jianping, director of the Center for Ocean Research Hong Kong and Macau (CORE) at the HKUST, carried out field observations and conducted numerical simulations in the South China Sea (SCS) recently and revealed the never-before-seen characteristics of the three-dimensional ocean motion in the SCS through geophysical fluid dynamic theory. 

Life Science
Life Science
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HKUST Researchers Demonstrate Near-non-invasive In-vivo Imaging in Mouse Cortex at an Unprecedented Depth

A research team from the HKUST has demonstrated for the first time in-vivo imaging of fine neuronal structures in mouse cortex through the intact skull at an unprecedented depth of 750 µm below pia, making high-resolution microscopy in cortex near non-invasive and measurably facilitating the study of the living brain.

Life Science
Life Science
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HKUST Pushes Forward Research on Early Diagnostics and Gene Therapy for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Researchers at the Hong Kong Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (HKCeND), founded by HKUST, have made promising breakthroughs in early diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) that have the potential to transform disease management. 

Life Science
Life Science
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HKUST-led research reveals a novel molecular mechanism that regulates secretion of sonic hedgehog, shedding light on cancer treatments

A research led by HKUST has revealed a novel mechanism that regulates secretion of sonic hedgehog (Shh), a key signaling molecular that plays an important role in cancer progression, in mammals, opening the door to novel therapeutic strategies for cancer induced by the hedgehog signaling pathway.

Life Science
Life Science
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HKUST researchers reveal RNA elements that enhance the cleavage of pre-miRNAs/shRNAs by DICER

A research team led by scientists from the HKUST has revealed how secondary structure RNA elements control the cleavage activity of the DICER enzyme in both pre-miRNA and short-hairpin RNAs, improving the understanding of the DICER cleavage mechanism and providing a foundation for the design of accurate and efficient short-hairpin RNAs for gene-silencing. 

Ocean Science
Ocean Science
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HKUST Launches First Online Marine Environmental Visualization Platform Facilitating Marine Research and Conservation

The HKUST has launched today WavyOcean - the first interactive marine environment visualization platform which offers an unprecedented level of data on the ocean in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA), the entire China Seas, and the Western Pacific Ocean.

Physics
Physics
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HKUST and UChicago researchers find new ways of leveraging topological defects in liquid crystals to make “computer”

Researchers at the HKUST and the University of Chicago (UChicago) have shown for the first time how to design the basic elements needed for logic operations using a kind of soft material called liquid crystal, paving the way for a completely novel way of performing computations with potential applications in robotics.

Life Science
Life Science
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HKUST scientists reveal the mechanism of skeletal muscle stem cell activation in muscle regeneration

A research team led by LIFS Assoc. Prof. Tom CHEUNG has discovered the constructive role of a protein in driving the skeletal muscle stem cell activation to repair muscle following damage, laying the foundation for further study in the mechanisms of stem cell quiescence-to-activation transition and stem cell-based muscle regeneration.

Physics
Physics
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HKUST Co-led Study Reveals Topology at the Corner of the Dining Table

A joint research team from the HKUST and the University of Tokyo discovered an unusual topological aspect of sodium chloride, commonly known as table salt, which will not only facilitate the understanding of the mechanism behind salt’s dissolution and formation...

Physics
Physics
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HKUST researchers find new way of gaining quantum control from loss

Researchers at the HKUST have demonstrated a new way to control the quantum state through the loss of particles...