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Living Long, Despite the Odds

Living Long, Despite the Odds

HKU researchers have revealed why Hong Kong has the longest life expectancy in the world: unlike most other places, it has attained a unique combination of economic development and successful tobacco control. Making the most of those extra years is another matter.

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Be Prepared

Be Prepared

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, deposits into US banks increased from US$13 trillion in January 2020 to US$16 trillion by the end of the year, prompting business researchers to investigate how depositors were responding to the crisis and why.

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Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Marine ecosystems serve the critical environmental function of sequestering and storing blue carbon from the oceans and atmosphere, an essential tool in the fight against climate change. A multidisciplinary project is developing new ways to protect Hong Kong’s precious marine environment using 3D printing.

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