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Solutions, Innovation, Art and Culture, Research and Impact, Events, Funding
[Call for Applications] BU Ideas Galore! |ArtTech x Innovation|
Feb 24, 2022
[Call for Applications] The Knowledge Transfer Office is organising a brand-new competition – BU Ideas Galore! HKBU researchers and students who are working on ideas that are ArtTech or Innovation related may take this opportunity to showcase the world your research findings and solutions to real-world problems in a 3-minute video!
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HKBU showcases innovative technologies at InnoCarnival
Dec 21, 2021
The School of Chinese Medicine (SCM), the Faculty of Social Sciences (SOSC) and the Knowledge Transfer Office (KTO) jointly showcased nine innovative technologies to highlight the research impact of the University at the InnoCarnival 2021, which was held by the Innovation and Technology Commission at the Hong Kong Science Park from 23 to 31 October and attracted over 220,000 visitors.
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HKBU INPSIRE - A Brand-new YouTube Channel that showcases KT Impact & Technology Offers from HKBU
Nov 18, 2021
HKBU INPSIRE is a brand new youtube platform managed by Knowledge Transfer Office (KTO), to showcase HKBU’s innovation offers, KT impact, research excellence and commercialisation achievements. Over 80 high quality videos have been uploaded to this platform covering 5 main themes – Innovation, Society, Partnership, Research and Entrepreneurship.
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HKBU as Key Partner of TechInnovation 2021
Oct 19, 2021
The 10th edition of TechInnovation 2021 has been successfully hosted by Innovation Partner for Impact (IPI) as a fully digital 24-hour event from 28 to 30 September 2021. As one of the key partners, HKBU have showcased ten innovative technology and solutions for the betterment of health and wellness. This technology matching event aims to bring international technology providers and enterprises to accelerate the commercialisation of emerging technologies, seed licensing opportunities and foster open innovative technology.
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Four HKBU inventions shine at Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions
Apr 6, 2021
The fruits of four research projects conducted by Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) research teams shone at the 2021 Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions, scoring four prizes including a Gold Medal with the Congratulations of Jury, two Gold Medals and a Silver Medal.
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HKBU Scholar Invented Award-winning Urine-based Prostate Cancer Detection Kit
Feb 5, 2021
Prostate cancer is the third most common cancers in men in Hong Kong. While medical statistics have reported that one in six men will develop prostate cancer during their lifetimes, which is the fifth most fatal cancer. The disease is curable with minimal side effects if detected early. The “non-invasive, urine-based prostate cancer detection kit”, developed by Prof Gary Wong Ka-leung from the Department of Chemistry of HKBU, is a simple and accurate, urine-based prostate cancer detection kit which innovative test can detect the biomarker affected by cancer cells with an accuracy of up to 90%. It can be easily used at home as users simply need to mix a urine sample with the chemical agent.
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HKBU and CUHK Award-winning Chinese Medicine Collaboration for IBS
Feb 8, 2021
Prof Bian Zhaoxiang and his research team from the School of Chinese Medicine collaborated with the Faculty of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) to conduct a research on the feasibility of treating IBS with traditional Chinese herbal medicine. The research group demonstrated that the invented composition of Chinese medicine is effective in curing visceral pain, torso pain and diarrhoea.
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HKBU Award-winning Authentication and Quality Control Method of Herbal Medicines
Feb 8, 2021
Dr Simon Han Quan-bin, Associate Professor of School of Chinese Medicine and his team invented a convenient and low-cost method to efficiently authenticate the valuable Chinese herbal medicine such as dendrobium officinale and cordyceps. The authentication method enables qualitative and quantitative analysis suitable for commercial use, particularly for Chinese medicines proprietors.
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HKBU Lanthanide Toolbox Clinched Top Awards in Geneva
Feb 8, 2021
A primary cilium marker that detects Joubert syndrome and an emerging class of genetic disorders called ciliopathy. The reagent invented by Prof Gary Wong can provide test results in mere six hours and at a fraction of the cost of current technologies.
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HKBU Patented Portable Balance Scale win Top Awards at Geneva
Feb 8, 2021
Portable Balance Scale was invented by Professor Jeffrey Cheung, which measures people's balance index to reduce their risks of falling over. By analysing the body's moving amplitude when it tries to maintain balance on an unstable platform, the specific index value can then be measured.