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Visiting Members Honored
17 May 2011
IAS is proud to announce the recent honors received by Visiting Members Prof Thomas Y. HOU, Prof Ching W. TANG and Prof Shou-Wu ZHANG.

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Breakthrough in Unveiling the Mechanism through which Genetic Mutations of a Motor Protein Lead to Hereditary Deaf-and-Blindness
11 Feb 2011
Prof Mingjie ZHANG, Chair Professor of Life Science and his research team including IAS Fellow Dr Zhiyi Wei, have achieved significant breakthrough in explaining how genetic mutations of Motor Protein Myosin VIIa leads to hereditary deaf-and-blindness. This is excellent news for the medical profession in developing preventive and remedial measures against hereditary deaf-and-blindness.

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HKUST Appoints Prof Henry Tye as IAS Director
20 Aug 2010
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology announced the appointment of Prof Henry TYE as Director of the Institute for Advanced Study with effect from January 2011. Currently Horace White Professor of Physics at Cornell University, Prof Tye grew up in Hong Kong and received his PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1974. His primary research interest is in elementary particle theory, including topics such as high energy phenomena, interface between particle physics and cosmology and superstring theory.

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UC RUSAL Sponsors HKUST President's Forum
10 Jun 2010
UC RUSAL President's Forum is established in collaboration with HKUST IAS to bring international politicians, businessmen, scholars and scientists to HKUST, sharing their success stories and solutions for global challenges. Mr Oleg Deripaska, CEO of UC RUSAL, will kick off the Forum in September 2010.

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Commencement of Construction on IAS Building
17 May 2010
A commencement ceremony was held for the construction of the Lee Shau Kee Campus at HKUST. As a key infrastructural component of our campus development, the Lee Shau Kee Campus comprises the Business Building and the Institute for Advanced Study and occupies an area of about 10 hectares.

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