Science, Technology and Education News from Taiwan
2016

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N° 03 Mars 2016 3 p.  423 kb
 

This month, Taiwan's science, technology and education press review includes the following news articles: Taiwanese company develops new cancer drug for animals; Taiwan ichthyologist leads florescent fish trend; NCCU to launch Southeast Asia studies program; Review limits on specialty school teachers: lawmaker; 5 mil. Taiwanese hold degrees from higher education institutions; Teachers call for swift teaching guidelines decision; Taipei to hold international invention exhibition; Multidevice usage a way of life in Taiwan: poll; AI program partly developed by Taiwanese beats top Go player; Tainan firm transforms Taiwan textile industry; Taiwan to send FORMOSAT-7 into space by year's end; Drone firm from Taiwan flies high in global market and HTC expected to unveil flagship model next month.

 

   
N° 02 Février 2016 3 p.  403 kb
 

This month, Taiwan's science, technology and education press review includes the following news articles: Evidence of how ancient humans crossed Taiwan Strait still scarce; Solar eclipse to be highlight of 2016 sky: museum; New strain of chestnut-flavored pumpkin developed; Breast cancer drug trial 'successful'; Taiwan colleges in crisis as student population shrinks; Universities weigh in to help renovate rural primary schools; University uses dogs as study aides for children; LINE tops other social media among Taiwanese smartphone owners; Taiwan team wins Leap Motion app contest; New Taipei, Hsinchu named among Top7 Intelligent Communities of 2016; Safer driving with fatigue-sensing warning device; Students design origami boat to help kill mosquitos; HTC Vive priced at US$799, lower than analysts' estimates and Taiwan wins 5 iF gold awards.

 

   
N° 01 Janvier 2016 3 p.  393 kb
 

This month, Taiwan's science, technology and education press review includes the following news articles: Even low radiation dose can take toll: scientist; Government launches 5-year plan for indigenous education; NTU graduates top choice for most local businesses, according to survey; Number of overseas students in Taiwan tops 110,000 in 2015; Dropout rate in Taiwan up marginally in 2014-2015 academic year; Taiwan has 930,000 wearable device owners: survey; Taiwan develops 'X-ray eyes' system for surgeons; Taiwan-US team develops driverless electric vehicle; Two Kaohsiung students invent new selfie stick; Taiwan university introduces portable wind turbine; and TTRI unveils new glow-in-the-dark textile technology after years' research.