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On July 27th, President Hocheng Hong and Tri-Service General Hospital superintendent Tsai Chien-Sung signed a memorandum of cooperation outlining an ambitious plan for jointly conducting biomedical research in such areas as medical engineering, smart medicine, and AI diagnosis. The alliance with Tri-Service is one part of NTHU’s ongoing expansion in the medical field, which includes...
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Professor Li Chia-wei of the Department of Life Sciences has recently implemented a plan for protecting Taiwan’s endangered frog species. As part of the plan, NTHU has recently become the nation’s first university with a “frog house,” built with exclusive sponsorship provided by the president of Alumini Association, Mr. Tsai Jinbu.
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Having established a strong reputation in international competitions over the past few years, on July 16 the student club NTHU Racing announced the completion of its third generation electric racecar, which can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in a mere 2.7 seconds. This is the first four-wheel-drive racecar built by students in Taiwan. This year's international competition was cancelled due to the...
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Prof. Cheng Chao-Min of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at NTHU has recently developed a new covid-19 rapid test kit which allows the physician to provide timely treatment to high-risk patients, thereby making more efficient use of such critical equipment as respirators.
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On June 18 NTHU and Zhen Ding Technology announced the establishment of a joint research center, with Zhen Ding investing NT$50 million over the next five years for research in such areas as printed circuit boards (PCB), advanced manufacturing processes, and advanced materials.
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As part of its ongoing efforts to expand the international perspectives of its students, the College of Technology Management (CTM) has recently implemented the Overseas Learning Program to provide subsidies for students traveling abroad to engage in exchange programs, internships, international competitions, seminars, and volunteer programs. It is expected that...
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In light of the worldwide disruptions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Education has recently announced a special program allowing Taiwanese students studying overseas to transfer to universities in Taiwan, including NTHU. As for Taiwanese students who were planning to begin studying overseas in the fall, many have had to postpone their plans. With this latter group in mind...