CUHK receives HK$66 million from RGC’s Collaborative Research Fund 2023/24
Ten research projects led by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) received grants totaling over $66 million from the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) 2023/24 by the Research Grants Council (RGC). Among them, six projects have been awarded a Collaborative Research Project Grant, one a Collaborative Research Equipment Grant and three a Young Collaborative Research Grant.
CUHK’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Sham Mai-har said, “CUHK is delighted to secure such an impressive funding amount exceeding $66 million from the CRF. The generous support it provides will empower our researchers to conduct cross-institutional research with fellow universities and create a vibrant, synergistic environment for ground-breaking research. We eagerly look forward to the exciting outcomes and impactful results that will emerge from these collaborative research projects.”
About the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF)
The Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) supports multi-investigator, multi-disciplinary projects in order to encourage more research groups to engage in creative, high-quality cross-disciplinary/cross-institutional projects.