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HKBU establishes six interdisciplinary research laboratories to expand research strengths
 

03 Jun 2020

Professor Guo Yike (right), Vice-President (Research and Development), and Professor Johnny Poon Ming-lun (left), Associate Vice-President (Interdisciplinary Research), said the establishment of the six interdisciplinary research laboratories will enhance the University’s research capacity.
Professor Guo Yike (right), Vice-President (Research and Development), and Professor Johnny Poon Ming-lun (left), Associate Vice-President (Interdisciplinary Research), said the establishment of the six interdisciplinary research laboratories will enhance the University’s research capacity.
 

HKBU has established six new interdisciplinary research laboratories that expand on the University’s existing research strengths. 

 

The research laboratories will support HKBU’s Institutional Strategic Plan 2018-2028 and enable the University to produce world-class research in selected research clusters. They will also help HKBU make a positive impact on local and international communities.

 

The six interdisciplinary research laboratories include the Augmented Creativity Laboratory, Computational Medicine Laboratory, System Health Laboratory, Smart Society Laboratory, Data Economy Laboratory, and Ethical and Theoretical AI Laboratory.

 

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