Microplastics may serve as radical sources to convert Cr(III)-organic complexes into more toxic Cr(VI) species
HKBU joint research develops multifunctional nanoparticle for diagnosis and treatment of glioma
Dr Zhu Xunjin's team of HKBU Chemistry recently published a paper in the top journal Advance Materials.
A new record for the department in terms of the total amount of funding in a single year.
Professor Li Min, Professor of the Teaching and Research Division and Associate Dean of the School of Chinese Medicine (middle); Professor Ricky Wong Man-shing, Professor of the Department of Chemistr
Professor Cai Zongwei points out that according to the research results specific gut microbial enzymes drive the conversion of TCS metabolites to TCS which increases the chance of developing colitis.
A research team led by Professor Cai has revealed that different degrees of exposure to bisphenol S are associated with the growth and deterioration of breast tumours in a mouse model.
The audience gained a lot in the 28th Symposium on Chemistry Postgraduate Research in Hong Kong. They raised a ‘C’ sign with the meaning of ‘Chemistry’.
Dr Ren Kangning (3rd from left) and his research team members Siu Sin-yung (1st from left), Wang Yisu (2nd from left) and Chan Chiu-wing (4th from left) who are PhD students of the Department of CHEM
(From left, front row) Dr Man Wai-lun, Assistant Professor; Dr Catherine Hor; Dr Lee Chi-sing, Associate Professor; Dr Gray Ho, Lecturer; and other members of the research team from the Department of
The project team led by Professor Gary Wong (second from right) won a second-class award at the Higher Education Outstanding Scientific Research Output Awards 2020.
A research team led by Professor Gary Wong Ka-Leung (centre), Dr Lung Hong Lok (right) and Dr Law Ga-lai develop a novel dual-targeting drug for treating cancers associated with EBV.
Professor Gary Wong (middle),Professor Ng Chi-fai (right) and Dr Peter Chiu (left)have jointly developed the Spermine Risk Score which provides a non-invasive and more reliable method for the diagnosi
(From left) Miss Wang Xueli, Research Assistant of the Department of Chemistry, Professor Ricky Wong Man-shing, Professor Li Hung-wing
Dr Gray Ho Koon-sing is the first HKBU teacher to be awarded CSciTeach status by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
(From left) Dr Lung Hong Lok, Dr Jiang Lijun, Professor Gary Wong Ka-Leung and Professor Mak Nai-Ki developed a novel drug for the treatment of EBV-related cancers such as nasopharyngeal cancer.
Professor Zhang Ge (1st from left), Associate Director of HKBU's Law Sau Fai Institute for Advancing Translational Medicine in Bone & Joint Diseases, and his research team members.
President Professor Roland Chin (eighth from left) congratulates recipients of President’s Award for Outstanding Performance.
The team led by Dr Jeffery Huang (2nd from left) and Dr Ken Leung (3rd from left) have invented a new method which could help produce purer and safer drugs
The HKBU delegation at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva: (fourth from left) Professor Rick Wong, Vice-President (Research and Development); (fifth from left) Professor Gary Wong Ka
(From left) Professor Liu Jiming, Professor Yuen Pong-chi and Professor Cai Zongwei
(From left)PhD student Chan Chiu-wing, Dr Ren Kangning, PhD student Sun Han and MPhil student Wang Yisu.
Professor Wong Man-shing (right), Dr Li Hung-wing (second from left) and their team members.
Dr Edmond Ma and his team develop the world’s first metal compound as the inhibitor of the enzyme KDM5A for treating triple-negative breast cancer, one of the most difficult forms of breast cancer to
Professor Cai Zongwei is recognised for his efforts in getting rid of pollutants that harm human health.
Professor Roland Chin (fourth from right, first row) confers Professor Emeritus titles on faculty members at the Faculty and Staff Assembly
HKBU President Professor Roland Chin (second from left, first row) congratulates recipients of President’s Award for Outstanding Performance
Dr Ren Kangning (centre) and his team members: PhD student Sun Han (right) and Research Assistant Mr Zhong Zezhi (left). Dr Ren is holding the portable device and a test strip.
Dr Edmond Ma Dik-lung has developed the world’s first metal-based probes for imaging dopamine receptor in living cells.
The HKBU winning teams: Dr Jeffery Huang (third from left), Professor Ken Yung (fourth from left), Professor Bian Zhaoxiang (fifth from left), Professor Cheung Yiu-ming (fifth from right), Dr Ren Kang
All authors of the paper are from HKBU: (Left to right, sitting) Professor Cai Zongwei, Professor Michel A Van Hove; (left to right, standing) Dr Zhao Rundong, Kwan Chak-shing and Dr Ken Leung.
Professor Ricky Wong Man-shing (right), Dr Li Hung-wing (second from left) and their team members, post-doctorates Dr Ashley Ho (centre), and Dr Di Xu (left), PhD student Miss Chan Hei-nga (second fro
Dr Edmond Ma wins the 2017 Third-class Science and Technology Award of China Association for Instrumental Analysis
(From left) Dr Gary Wong, Dr Lung Hong-lok, Miss Jiang Lijun and Professor Mak Nai-ki and their collaborators are the first in the world to develop a compound to enhance the detection of tumour cells
Professor Sir J Fraser Stoddart (centre) shares his insights at an HKBU Distinguished Lecture.
(Right) Kwan Chak-shing’s presentation on organic catalysts wins him the second runner-up award at the Symposium of Chemistry Postgraduate Research in Hong Kong.
Kwok Yan-yi (left) and Chan Wing-sing are granted scholarships under the Innovation and Technology Scholarship Award scheme, enabling them to broaden their horizons in overseas attachment programmes.
The HKBU winning teams at the 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva: (From left) Dr Alfred Tan, Head of Knowledge Transfer Office, Professor Cheung Yiu-ming, Mr Joan Goetz, PhD student
Over the past years, Dr. Edmond Ma has made inspiring contributions to drug discovery.
On behalf of the research team, Dr Lu Minghu (second from left) attends the award presentation ceremony held in Beijing
Dr Gary Wong (right) and Professor Rick Wong (left) find that the short metal-to-metal distance is a crucial parameter for the up conversion process in the study.
Final year students (from left) Tse Ho-yin, Chan Sing-ming and Liu Zhengzhi show dedication towards their projects; and their co-authored papers are considered significant to chemistry, as well as to
Kwan Chak-shing’s (left) research focuses on supramolecular chemistry. Standing next to him is Dr Ken Leung, Assistant Professor of the Department of Chemistry of HKBU
Professor Chan Wing-hong (centre) receives the certificate of conferment from President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Roland Chin (left) at a ceremony, accompanied by Professor Liu Jiming, Acting Dean
The five winners of the President's Award for Outstanding Performance (from left) Professor Albert Lee, Dr Glos Ho, Professor Cheung Siu-yin, Professor Cheah Kok-wai, and Dr Byron Choi
The HKBU team members (sixth from left) Yang Min, Fok Wan-yiu and Chau Ho-fai share their joy with Dr Sam Hau (left) and Dr Ren Kangning (second from right), the guests and members of the support team
Professor Raymond Wong is listed as one of the world’s top 130 highly cited researchers in the field of materials science.
Dr Ken Leung’s efforts and contribution to the development of nanomaterials over the years are recognised.