HKBU-led research reveals hyocholic acids are promising agents for diabetes prediction and treatment
A series of studies led by HKBU researchers have revealed that hyocholic acid and its derivatives (collectively known as HCAs), a component of bile acids that facilitate fat digestion, are a promising risk indicator of type 2 diabetes. The strong...
HKBU-led research unlocks the genomic secrets of organisms that thrive in extreme deep-sea environments
A study led by scientists at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has decoded the genomes of the deep-sea clam (Archivesica marissinica) and the chemoautotrophic bacteria (Candidatus Vesicomyosocius marissinica) that live in its gill epithelium cells....
HKBU’s online counselling programme relieves psychological distress of tertiary students
25 Aug 2020
New book by staff (17 August 2020)
17 Aug 2020
The new norm for post-pandemic teaching and learning
31 Jul 2020
HKBU aptamer research receives support from the Theme-based Research Scheme
28 Jul 2020
New book by staff (17 July 2020)
20 Jul 2020
HKBU researchers reveal education and career obstacles encountered by ethnic minority youth
15 Jul 2020