PolyU innovations help treat scoliosis
Safeguarding human health has been a key theme of PolyU’s impactful research. The innovative solutions of PolyU researchers to address scoliosis are featured in a recent episode of TVB’s Innovation GPS programme – including the Scolioscan system developed by Prof. Zheng Yongping, Director of the Research Institute for Smart Ageing, and a tank-top with a biofeedback system and multiple sensors developed by Dr Joanne Yip, Associate Dean of the School of Fashion and Textiles.
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