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HKBU teams win medals at First Asia Exhibition of Inventions Hong Kong 

11 Dec 2018

Dr Tsang Siu-wai, a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Chinese Medicine and representative of Professor Zhang Hongjie’s research team (second from left), and Miss Fung Hau-yee, a Senior Research Assistant in the School of Chinese Medicine and representative of Dr Simon Han’s research team (third from right), receive congratulations from members of the Judging Panel and the organiser’s Advisory Committee.
Dr Tsang Siu-wai, a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Chinese Medicine and representative of Professor Zhang Hongjie’s research team (second from left), and Miss Fung Hau-yee, a Senior Research Assistant in the School of Chinese Medicine and representative of Dr Simon Han’s research team (third from right), receive congratulations from members of the Judging Panel and the organiser’s Advisory Committee.

HKBU scholars were rewarded for their innovative inventions as they won a gold and bronze medal at the First Asia Exhibition of Inventions Hong Kong. Held from 5 to 7 December, HKBU was the only institution in Hong Kong to be awarded a gold medal at the event.

 

The gold medal went to the “Quality control markers for use in herb authentication” project, which was led by Dr Simon Han, an Associate Professor in the School of Chinese Medicine’s Teaching and Research Division. Please click here for details of the project.

 

The “Skin whitening, anti-aging and skin care agent” project, which was led by Professor Zhang Hongjie, a Professor in the School of Chinese Medicine’s Teaching and Research Division, also won a bronze medal at the exhibition. Please click here for details of the project.