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Campus as Learning Lab

Our university setting provides a unique opportunity to demonstrate real-world lessons in real world conditions by opening the Campus as a “living laboratory.” With staff and student housing, transportation networks, offices, canteens and private enterprise, our campus mirrors the outside community in miniature which is an excellent location for testing new ideas, investigating social responses, and piloting novel technologies. Here are some of our researches and student projects that took outside the lab and classroom which demonstrates smart and sustainable solutions.

Plants make lives sustainable by absorbing light energy from sun and converting it into chemical energy, which is consumed by animals including you and me. Planting requires little input while generating a great deal of benefits to humans, like improving the environment, reducing work pressure and giving us a sustainable hope for flowers or fruits. Try it now!

CHAN Kam Hung, William
BBA in Accounting and Finance