The Positive Circles of Inspiration

Interviews with TIWACT Members

On the eve of summer vacation in 2023, a group of university students, teachers, and community volunteers visited Chiputula Primary School in Mzuzu, Malawi. They announced the upcoming English reading workshops scheduled for mid-August and enthusiastically invited children to participate. Among the group, one Asian face stood out—Yokogawa Rena, a student from the Department of Sociology at National Taiwan University.

Breakthrough in AI Medicine: NTU Wins the Alexander R. Margulis Award for Scientific Excellence

An NTU research team won the 2023 Alexander R. Margulis Award for Scientific Excellence from the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) for their development of an AI pancreatic cancer detection tool. Radiology, the official journal of RSNA, points out that the study discovered a new route for early pancreatic cancer detection to enable timely treatment, greatly increasing the chance of survival and benefiting millions of patients worldwide.

Biocredit Taiwan Initiative Wins Approval at COP28

A Taiwanese team led by NTU Prof. Ming-Jer Tsai was invited to present a solution to the ecological crisis at COP28 in 2023. In particular, the proposal won high praise for the application of “Biocredit Taiwan” and was hailed as a significant contribution to the conference.

Joint Conference with UTokyo on Sustainability Following the Lecture by UTokyo President Teruo Fujii

Director of Saxony State Ministry of Science and Culture Visits NTU

Fostering Global Tech Talent through Collaborative Engagement

Orientation and Welcome Ceremony of “STIPT”

NTU, Yonsei U Forge Partnership in Quantum Science and Engineering

Enhancing Bilateral Research Between NTU and Northwestern U

Unraveling the DNA Mystery: ATR and DHX9 in Genome Stability

A Nanophotonic Breakthrough: Mie-Tronics Under Microscopy

Revolutionizing Agriculture: NTU Wins National Agricultural Science Award

From Classroom to Community: Exploring the Realm of Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation Management

At the heart of the Master's Program in Biodiversity (MPB) lies the "Biodiversity Workshop," a comprehensive course led by Assistant Prof. Chun-Chia Chou. This dynamic class is designed to cultivate both theoretical understanding and practical skills in the realm of biodiversity conservation management.

“Design Your Life”: Creating a Wonderful Life by Making Your Dreams a Reality

Applying Generative AI to Produce VR Teaching Materials

Students' Voices Valued at the College of Life Science Symposium

Earlier this year, the College of Life Sciences held an engaging symposium, bringing together nearly 50 enthusiastic master's and doctoral students along with Dean Bor-Luen Chiang. Dean Chiang set the tone for the event by sharing his vision for the future of the College. "While the College of Life Science is still young, I envision it as a hub for cultivating the next generation of professionals in life science and biochemical technology, laying the groundwork for Taiwan's advancement in this field," remarked the Dean.

Lifting Others Up: Students Devoted to Social Work

Garmin Co-Founder, Dr. Min-Hwan Kao, Pledges US million to NTU for Professorships and Faculty Housing Construction

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