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Lessons from the Past

Lessons from the Past

A new major archaeological research programme enables students to study the past of Armenia and the Ancient Near East and to excavate an ancient fortress and other settlements. The project also engages the public directly in field archaeology through an interdisciplinary knowledge exchange initiative.

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Capital Grains

Capital Grains

The discovery by HKU plant biotechnology scientists of a protein that can not only increase rice yield but also enhance the grain’s composition and nutritional content marks an important step forward in food security on our crowded planet.

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Finding Answers to an Age-Old Question

Finding Answers to an Age-Old Question

Astronomers shed new light on the origin of globular clusters surrounding giant galaxies.

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Democracy and Judicial Behaviour in Asia

Democracy and Judicial Behaviour in Asia

Judiciaries can shape – and are shaped by – the political systems they operate within, for better or worse. Professor Yap Po-jen of the Faculty of Law has been investigating this interplay between law and politics in Asia.

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Green Bonds Are on the Money

Green Bonds Are on the Money

A new approach to financing is found to benefit both shareholders and society.

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