The Hongkong Prize and BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize

Hongkong prize is one of the world’s most competitive science awards, attracting thousands of applicants each year. Winners of the award receive monetary prizes and have the opportunity to present their research at an awards ceremony to gain international exposure. Those interested in participating in the award should carefully read the rules and regulations before applying. By doing so, they can ensure that their work will be judged fairly.

The HK Prize provides researchers who are passionate about science in Hong Kong a valuable opportunity to compete for an impressive cash prize and access to the city’s premier research facilities. The winners of the award are determined by an independent panel, and the judging process is transparent. In addition, the prize also encourages scientific exploration and innovation, and demonstrates the importance of advancing knowledge and technology for the benefit of society.

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, high school student Dylan Fischer helped raise funds and donated hundreds of 3D-printed face shields to hospitals overseas. This effort won him the top prize in this year’s HK Student of the Year award. “I just wanted to give back to the community,” he says. “But now I’m planning to study socioeconomics at university and try my best to tackle inequality in Hong Kong.”

A 17-year-old Hong Kong student who spearheaded an initiative to donate hundreds of 3D-printed face shields during the coronavirus pandemic has won this year’s HK Student of the year award. The finalists were selected based on their achievements in a variety of fields, from using technology to assist homeless individuals, to interpreting human rights concepts into fine art concepts.


The prestigious BOCHK Science and Technology Innovation Prize is an annual competition sponsored by Bank of China Hong Kong Limited, which recognizes innovative research achievements in various fields, including Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Life and Health, New Materials and New Energy, Advanced Manufacturing and FinTech. It is open to all scientists who have published original articles in reputable journals during the previous year. Only those with the highest quality papers will be selected. No more than five persons (or teams) will be awarded in each award field per year.

Educator Michelene Chi and researcher Shai Reshef are the latest winners of this year’s Yidan Prize, an award given to outstanding educators around the world. Both are renowned in the field of education, and they have contributed greatly to global education by developing innovative teaching methods that promote critical thinking skills among students. They also have a deep concern for social problems and are always looking at ways to help improve the lives of their students. They have set a great example for other teachers to follow. This has inspired their colleagues all over the world to strive for excellence in education. The winners’ contributions will undoubtedly contribute to the advancement of global civilization. They deserve the highest recognition.

By Beck-Web
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