Scholars honoured with commemorative medals by the nation
At the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, PolyU researchers, including President Prof. Jin-Guang Teng, as well as Prof. Shi Wen-zhong and Prof. Li Zhi-lin from the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, and Prof. Raymond Wong Wai-yeung from the Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology, were honoured with medals as a recognition of their contribution to the nation’s science and technology development and their outstanding achievements in their respective research disciplines.
Over the years, PolyU has been contributing to the nation’s development, forging partnerships with the Chinese institutions/corporations in areas including space and aviation, railway development, communications, artificial intelligence and food safety. Looking ahead, the University will continue to capitalise on its strengths to facilitate the development of the Greater Bay Area and countries along the Belt and Road.
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