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HKU Edible Spaces
Sustainability Office
Uploaded on 2020-04-21 14:46:29
Most of us urban-dwellers never experience the joy of growing our own vegetables and become disconnected from our food. In a city that imports over 98% of its fresh vegetables, HKU edible spaces aim to bring the community closer to the nature and foster a sense of responsibility to our natural envir...
Knowledge Exchange Video: New Cartilage Regeneration Technology
Knowledge Exchange Office
Uploaded on 2017-08-30 15:57:23
HKU biomedical engineers are developing leading cartilage regeneration technology to grow cartilage tissues using the patient's own adult stem cells for replacement of damaged cartilage.
當代中國紀錄片系列:與導演面對面-《種植人生》Contemporary Chinese Documentary Series: Meet the Director (Sep 22)
HK Institute for Humanities & Soc. Sci.
Uploaded on 2016-08-26 16:59:49
HKU biomedical engineers develop new cartilage regeneration technology to grow cartilage
Registry (CPAO)
Uploaded on 2015-12-28 12:38:42
HKU research team led by Dr Barbara Chan, Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has developed a new cartilage regeneration technology to grow cartilage tissues out of cells taken from one's body. The cartilage regeneration technology can be applied in treating sports i...
HKU Education Seminar Series (11) - "Good Start? Grow Smart!"
Education Faculty
Uploaded on 2015-01-21 14:06:45
7 Feb 2015, 10:00am-12:00noon @The Grand Hall, HKU
Estates Off (Management)
Uploaded on 2015-01-21 12:41:58
Sustainable food choices can make a big difference . . . for your health and the planet! GenEd and the Sustainability Office need volunteers all year long to grow delicious vegetables and herbs at HKU's own rooftop farm . . . no experience needed!
Warmhearters When I Grow up I’d like to be the Moon Charity Photographic Exhibition
Ctr of Dev & Resources for Students
Uploaded on 2013-10-19 11:49:32
Where flowers grow and knowledge flows in 3D video
Uploaded on 2010-09-24 17:15:26
Where flowers grow and knowledge flows, by U-Vision
Uploaded on 2010-05-25 15:19:32
The U-Vision Video Composer service has been retired. HKU staff and students are eligible to use TechSmith Camtasia with site license for offline video editing. More details in ITS website: https://moodle-support.hku.hk/camtasia-site-license-staff-and-students