Hong Kong’s Chinese University sets up 6 labs under umbrella of InnoHK to drive discoveries in range of areas, from nanobot surgery to automated logistics

A Hong Kong university has set up six research centres to drive innovation across a wide range of fields, from carrying out surgery via robots to giving the speech impaired a new way to communicate and even streamlining logistics with new automated processes.Led by scientists from Chinese University and formed under the government’s InnoHK research programme at the Science Park at Pak Shek Kok, the labs have received hundreds of millions of Hong Kong dollars each in public funding.University…

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