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HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark in the cosmetics industry.
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark in the cosmetics industry. 
Greater Bay Area Entrepreneur
Prof. Tim Cheng (top left), Dean of Engineering, introducing Dr. Zhang Yunfei (bottom) as the guest speaker and Prof. Jack Lau (top right) as the moderator in the third webinar of the HKUST Entrepreneurship Fireside Chat Series.
Prof. Tim Cheng (top left), Dean of Engineering, introducing Dr. Zhang Yunfei (bottom) as the guest speaker and Prof. Jack Lau (top right) as the moderator in the third webinar of the HKUST Entrepreneurship Fireside Chat Series.  
The Voyage of Entrepreneurship
Dr. Yao Quanming
Dr. Yao Quanming 
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020.
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020. 
Connecting Student Innovation with Alumna-Entrepreneur
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project.
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project. 
(From right) Wong Ka-Chin from SPES Tech, Prof. Gary Chan, Director of HKUST’s Entrepreneurship Center, and Prof. Terence Wong and his PhD student Zhang Yan from PhoMedics.
(From right) Wong Ka-Chin from SPES Tech, Prof. Gary Chan, Director of HKUST’s Entrepreneurship Center, and Prof. Terence Wong and his PhD student Zhang Yan from PhoMedics. 
Collaborative spirit: group picture, alumnus Dr. Tsui Kwong-Hoi (left), Vice President of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong Dr. Lo Kam-Wing (center), and Prof. Fan Zhiyong (right).
Collaborative spirit: group picture, alumnus Dr. Tsui Kwong-Hoi (left), Vice President of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong Dr. Lo Kam-Wing (center), and Prof. Fan Zhiyong (right). 
Boosting Technology Transfer
(From right) HKUST alumni Donald Lai and Winsor Lee, who earned Bachelor’s degrees from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and worked on research projects at the University, joined the same company after graduation where they continue to further their research and apply their engineering knowledge, which in turn has contributed to society during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(From right) HKUST alumni Donald Lai and Winsor Lee, who earned Bachelor’s degrees from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and worked on research projects at the University, joined the same company after graduation where they continue to further their research and apply their engineering knowledge, which in turn has contributed to society during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Knowledge Transfer for a Safer World
As a 2020 Young Scientist, Prof. Shi Ling joins a community of the most forward-thinking and celebrated scientific minds in the world.
As a 2020 Young Scientist, Prof. Shi Ling joins a community of the most forward-thinking and celebrated scientific minds in the world. 
Angus Luk (left) and Winston Wong were chosen from 3,500 nominations to join this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list of changemakers.
Angus Luk (left) and Winston Wong were chosen from 3,500 nominations to join this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list of changemakers. 
Young Entrepreneurs Recognized