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Sep 2021

GenieBiome Ltd has entered the ATEC final.

Asia Technology Entrepreneurship Conference (ATEC) finals have been held on 25 September (Sat). Our spin-out company, GenieBiome Ltd (GNiiB), was one of the finalists.

It is exciting to see the innovation of the future in ATEC 2021.

ATEC: https://www.atecstartup.org/

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Sep 2021

Gut Microbiome May Help or Hinder Defenses Against SARS-CoV-2

Growing evidence that gut microbiome is associated with COVID19 severity and Long COVID. What happens to the gut homeostasis in COVID-19 patients? Our director, Prof. Siew Ng has shared her study finding.

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Source: Information Services Department, HKSAR

Aug 2021

Chief Executive Mrs Carrie Lam visits Magic

The Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, today (August 26) visited the research centres established under the InnoHK research clusters at the Hong Kong Science Park. Photo shows Mrs Lam (second left), accompanied by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Professor Francis Chan (second right), touring the Microbiota I-Center

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Source: HK01.com

Sep 2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club "Striding On"-
Prof. Francis Chan 

The Hong Kong Jockey Club, Striding On - an exclusive interview with our director, Prof. Francis Chan

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The Faculty of Medicine of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CU Medicine) reports a ground breaking discovery that children with autism spectrum disorder (autism) showed delayed gut microbiome maturity compared with typically developing children.

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Aug 2021

CUHK Discovers Children with Autism Have Delayed Gut Microbiome Maturity and Identifies Faecal Bacterial Markers for Autism