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Dr Joseph Michalski

Remote sensing: A tool for Earth and space exploration

 

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Elephants

Discovery about elephants using their sense of smell to compare quantities of food

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HKU conservation biologists urge for needs of win-win strategies to tackle proximal and horizon threats to biodiversity

 

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HKU Faculty of Science Laboratory for Space Research gains access to mainland national observatory facilities for the entire Hong Kong astronomer community

 

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Dr Sobko

Connection of children to nature brings less distress, hyperactivity and behavioural problems – now measurable with a novel scale developed by HKU scientist

 

 

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Reaching out for the Moon, Mars and the Stars – HKU sets up Laboratory for Space Research in Greater China

 

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Out of control means off the menu: HKU-led study shows that shark fin trade is unsustainable

 

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Mismatch in timing of ivory bans in China and Hong Kong undermines the conservation of African elephants

 

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Earth Science study finds Hong Kong’s appetite for meat causes the city to be one of the world’s highest greenhouse gas emitter

 

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HKU postgraduate discovers important interaction between land-use and climate change in driving species distribution shifts

 

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HKU's astronomers

HKU’s astronomers interpret the geminid meteor shower and promote stargazing manners and dark sky conservation

 

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HKU marine ecologists discover and name the first endemic tree-climbing crab, Haberma tingkok, from Tolo Harbour

 

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The “Hong Kong population” of Chinese white dolphins re-defined: The latest HKU study clarifies how many dolphins there are in Hong Kong waters

 

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HKU biologist reveals important role cities play in conservation of threatened species - Hong Kong home to critically endangered yellow-crested cockatoo

 

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