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The Victory of HKBU Art and Culture Invention in the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
Feb 1, 2019
The “OH Furniture Collection” creates a new typology in furniture and interior design using genius interlock design invented by Mr Andrea Ingrassia, Lecturer from the Academy of Visual Arts of HKBU. The invention of interlocking design has been granted patents in the United States and mainland China.
Innovation, Technology Transfer, Awards, Events
HKBU Ultra-hard, Anti-scratch Thin Film achieved magnificent result in Geneva
Feb 8, 2021
Prof Cheah Kok-wai from the Department of Physics of HKBU and his research team developed a submicron thin film that is ultra-hard, non-fragile and scratch-resistant for use as covers on electronic devices including smartphones and tablets.
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HKBU Award-winning Portable Gait Analyser Help You Walk the Walk to Health
Feb 5, 2021
Portable Gait Analyser was invented by Professor Jeffrey Cheung Tai-kin, which assesses the way people walk and highlights their biomechanical abnormalities. It is used in sports biomechanics to help athletes run more efficiently and to identify posture-related or movement-related problems for people with injuries.
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HKBU Scholars invented the Award-winning Medical Devices for Stem Cell Therapy
Feb 4, 2021
In the medical field, stem cell therapy is becoming a viable and potent medical remedial treatment for many incurable diseases. There are many different cell culture techniques being used in the laboratory. For example, a few biomedical researchers apply biochemical growth factors to turn stem cells into mature cells which called "cell differentiation".