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仁愛堂

仁愛堂為本港六大慈善機構,自30年代開始建立中醫診所,贈醫施藥,展開救貧賬災的工作。為配合社會的發展及需要,本堂於1977年註冊為非牟利慈善團體,以「匡老扶幼、興學育才、助弱保康、關社睦鄰」為宗旨,為巿民提供社會福利、教育、醫療、康體、環保及社會企業等服務。服務單位超過90個,遍及屯門、元朗、天水圍、大埔、沙田、荃灣、深水埗、葵青、將軍澳、黃大仙、尖沙咀、銅鑼灣、觀塘等地區。

仁愛堂網頁:www.yot.org.hk

仁愛堂蔡黃玲玲教育基金

仁愛堂於2007年成立「仁愛堂蔡黃玲玲教育基金」,基金主要資助多元化的優質項目,提昇教育質素,重點推動學生的全人發展,拓展環球視野,自信迎接新世紀挑戰,策勵璀璨未來。基金支援清貧家庭的學生,促進他們在學業及課外活動的均衡發展,替社會培育人才。

School of Biological Sciences of the University of Hong Kong

Currently, the School comprises a total of 45 academic staff, 12 post-doctoral fellows, 140 research students, and a team of 46 technical and administrative staff. The School was formed in 2007 by merging of the Botany, Ecology & Biodiversity and Zoology departments, which have produced many distinguished alumni.

The research efforts of the School are focused on three Strategic Areas (viz. Food for Health, Marine and Freshwater Biology and Endocrinology). The Centre for Marine Environmental Research and Innovative Technology, led by the School with collaboration from five other universities, is selected by the University Grants Committee as one of the “Areas of Excellence” (AoE) in Hong Kong. Faculty members also have well-established strengths in other Research Areas and Programmes. Our high impact research has attracted worldwide attention, and our staff and research students have won many awards within the University.

The School offers Major and Minor courses leading to a B.Sc. degree, with specializations in Biology, Biotechnology, Ecology & Biodiversity, Food & Nutritional Science, and Microbiology. The School also offers three taught postgraduate courses, namely, M.Sc. in Environmental Management, M.Sc. in Food Industry: Management and Marketing, and M.Sc. in Food Safety and Toxicology, which are highly relevant for the employment needs of Hong Kong and the region.

Our teaching and out of the classroom activities are specifically designed to produce creative, analytical and critical thinkers who are prepared to meet the challenges presented by the rapidly changing world. Careers of our graduates range from academic research to government, scientific organizations, conservation groups, management, healthcare, industry and teaching, both in Hong Kong and overseas.

The School enjoys excellent teaching and research facilities in the Kadoorie Biological Sciences Building, which was custom built and generously funded by the Kadoorie family. The School is also closely associated with the Swire Institute of Marine Science, a first class marine research facilities funded by the Swire group.