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Medical Student Wins Grand Prize in FameLab Contest

(Courtesy of British Council Hong Kong)

Law Wing-sze Nancy (centre), a Year 3 medical student at CUHK, captured the grand prize at the FameLab competition Hong Kong 2015 on 14 March. The science communication competition was organized by the British Council. She was also voted by all audience as the winner of the Audience Choice Award.

Themed 'Our Internal Biological Clock', Nancy's winning performance was about the relationship between the shortening of telomere and ageing. She will represent Hong Kong to compete with students from over 20 countries in the FameLab International competition at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK in June.

Law Yuk-ting Albert (3rd left), a final year physics student, was the second runner-up in the competition. CUHK took home the Best Institution Award for having the highest number of participants among all local institutions for two consecutive years.


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