Professor Dominic Man-Kit Lam went to U.S.A. & Canada for further study at 16 and obtained BSc (Hon) in Mathematics (Lakehead), MSc in Physics (UBC) and PhD in Medical Biophysics (Toronto) within six years, studied under Nobelists Professors Torsten Wiesel and David Hubel at Harvard Medical School for postdoctoral training at age 22. Dr. Lam had been Professor of ophthalmology and the Founding Director of Center for Biotechnology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and the Founding Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Biotechnology. In 1997, Lam came back to Hong Kong. Professor Lam is the author of over 100 research articles, including 7 papers published in Nature, 9 papers in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and 2 papers in Scientific American, 5 books published by MIT Press, as well as over 17 international patents on novel technologies, medicines and vaccines. In 2001, Lam’s patent on “Edible Vaccine” was named by MIT as one of the “five most important patents that will transform business and technology” and by Time Magazine as one of ten most important developments for the 21st century.