HKUST’s Undergrad Research Opportunities Programme's top projects seek to solve energy shortage and other global issues
This year’s top three winners of the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) attempted to solve global problems.
We've hardly recovered from the news that Taylor Swift's bestie Ed Sheeran will be in Honkers this autumn, and now this!
Hong Kong's education system needs to be tailor-made for students and be inspiring, says Agnes Chan Miling
Hong Kong needs an overhaul of its outdated colonial education system and a minister who is “inspiring, can think out of the box and serve the people”, according to singer-turned-writer Agnes Chan Miling.
Everyone's favourite redheaded musician will be in the 852 later this month, in support of his third, record-breaking album ÷
The smog has returned after Saturday's smoggy skies were cleared by Monday night's rain
The Hong Kong Airport Authority says that changing the route of its high-speed ferry service hasn’t affected the endangered Chinese white dolphin. But environmental advisers aren’t so sure.
A new exhibition at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum shows us that there weren’t just pirates of the Caribbean – they were right here in Hong Kong.
HKU mechanical engineering students head to France as Airbus Fly Your Ideas 2017 competition finalists
Four mechanical engineering students from HKU are heading to Toulouse, in France, to compete in the final round of a student design challenge for Airbus.
A new International Baccalaureate (IB) programme specialising in performing arts has been launched in Hong Kong to cater for students who want to study the subject at university or build a career in this field.
A new Greenpeace study shows satisfaction from shopping only lasts a day, and the more we shop, the lonelier we get.