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Children spend too much time using gadgets: NTNU

WRONG FOCUS? Elementary-school students have little free time, but exercise significantly less than children in the US or what the WHO recommends, a study found By Rachel Lin and William Hetherington / Staff reporter, with staff writer

NTNU professor 1st Taiwanese to receive distinguished chemistry award

Taipei, Feb. 18 (CNA) Chiu Mei-hung (邱美虹), a professor at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), has become the first Taiwanese to receive the Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering award by an international scientific organization, the Taipei-based university said on Thursday.

Taipei university opens Gao Xingjian Center, exhibition

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) yesterday opened the Gao Xingjian Center (高行健資料中心) in Taipei, and launched an exhibition and a book showcasing the works of the Nobel laureate.

NTNU Student tops the First Overseas Compatriot Students Translation Competition

The Overseas Community Affairs Council of ROC held the first Overseas Compatriot Students Translation Competition in 2020. The award ceremony was held on December 29th. More than 600 overseas Chinese students in Taiwan participated. Huang Yu Ying, a Vietnamese student from the Department of Chinese as Second Language of NTNU won the first place and received the prize of 50,000 NTD.

The Opening of Center of Astronomy and Gravitation at NTNU

Taiwan is astronomy talents and since the last academic year, NTNU has recruited several Yushan scholars to the Faculty of Science. A year later, the Center of Astronomy and Gravitation was established to develop cross-departmental research and attract talents in earth sciences, physics, and mathematics. the first director of the center Lin Feng Li, said that black hole research has attracted much attention in recent years. He hopes that through the establishment of the center, the domestic research gap can be bridged so that Taiwan will not be absent from international academic exchanges.