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Light volleyball exercise helps improve functional fitness of older adults
A research by the Department of Physical Education revealed that light volleyball exercise helps older adults improve their lower extremity muscle strength and endurance, agility/balance, aerobic endurance, upper extremity muscle strength and increase their enjoyment of physical activity.
Chinese Medicine scholars discover novel treatment of neurodegenerative diseases
A research by the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) recently discovered a novel autophagy regulator for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. The research team was granted a US patent for the study, and related findings were published in the prestigious academic journal Autophagy.
HKBU scholar invented smartphonebased detection system to alert drowsy drivers
HKBU Computer Science scholar Professor Cheung Yiu-ming and his team have developed a system that detects drowsy drivers and alerts them simply using a generic smartphone. This invention clinched two top prizes at the 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva in April 2017.