PolyU has recently been named one of the 55 “technology challengers” by Times Higher Education (THE), in recognition of its efforts in driving innovation and fostering industry partnership. In the meantime, the Innovation & Impact Summit co-hosted by PolyU and THE is coming up on 31 May - 2 June.
The University has recently won three Global Innovation Awards in recognition of its efforts in developing high-impact research to meet societal needs.
Bio-inspired anti-vibration system improves health protection for construction workers

Dr Jing Xingjian, Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, introduced the novel bio-inspired anti-vibration structure – an invention having superb anti-vibration performance.
Prof. Wallace Leung at the Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed a novel technology of embedding highly conductive nanostructure into semi-conductor nanofiber, greatly enhancing the charge conductivity of the nano-composites.

Students from PolyU and RUPP will participate in this year's Cambodia summer school to enhance their leadership skills while serving the local community.
New recycling bins are put in use on campus to raise awareness of waste separation and waste reduction. The creative exterior designs of the bins are the winners of a graphic design contest.