The Making of Reclaimed Water: Episode II
In the first episode, Dr. GUAN Dao explains how to transform wastewater into reusable water by modern membrane technologies which require high operating cost and energy consumption. In this episode, Dr. Guan introduces a self-forming dynamic membrane technology developed by HKUST that can help solve the problem.
Chiral Twins: Who is the Angel?
Do you know that the vitamin C supplements we usually buy may only be half effective? Prof. Dennis Chan from the Department of Chemistry teaches you how to use a polarizer to find out whether the vitamin C supplements you are taking are 100% effective.
The Making of Reclaimed Water: Episode I
Do you know that only 1% of the world’s water can be directly consumed by humans? In this two-part video series, Dr. GUAN Dao explains how to transform wastewater into reusable water by modern membrane technologies that help to address water scarcity.
Smart Fish (For Real-time Detection of Microplastics)
Microplastics in the ocean could be eaten by marine organisms. They enter into the food chain and ultimately human bodies, posing threats to the environment and our health. Prof. Cindy Lam from the Department of Ocean Science and Prof. Frank Lam from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering developed the “Smart Fish”, a robotic fish that can conduct microplastics sampling more efficiently and effectively to help alleviating marine pollution.
How to Turn Soy Milk into Tofu Pudding?
Tofu pudding and soy milk are both made from soybeans. But do you know why pudding is a solid while milk a liquid? Prof. Marshal LIU, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, helps you understand the science behind soy and teaches you how to make silken tofu pudding with soy milk at home!
Events by Interest:
Events by Audience:
01octallday31janPRAISE-HK Lab Visit(All Day) HKUST Event Organized By: Institute for the Environment, HKUST Events by Interest:Engineering,Science,TechnologyEvents by Audience:Primary Students,Secondary StudentsEvent Capacity:Open,School Registration OnlyEvent Types:Talk / Seminar