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New Anti-cancer Organic Compounds for a More Eco friendly Organic Chemistry

The research of two PhD students Sundaramoorthi Sarathkumar and Veerababurao Kavala at the Department of Chemistry was published as the cover of the latest journal Organic Letters issued by American Chemical Society.

Scholars at NTNU Contribute to Findings of the Magnetic Fields at the Edge of M87’s Supermassive Black Hole

A new milestone made by black hole researchers! Scholars at the Department of Physics are part of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration team. Since its first black hole photo shot two years ago, they image magnetic fields at the edge of M87’s supermassive black hole.

Professor Sung Yao Ting of the Dept. of Educational Psychology and Counseling Awarded Academic Award

Knowing that education can change a person’s future, Vice President Sung Yao Tinghas dedicated his life to educational psychology, psychometrics, psychological testing and other related fields. He has more than 30 years of teaching experience and assist in the formulation of education policies. He was responsible for the exam questions of the The Basic Competence Test for Junior High School Students and Comprehensive Assessment Program for Junior High School Students. He experienced major revolutionary reforms in education while paying attention to the development of Mandarin Teaching in Taiwan. He assists in the promotion of the Test of Chinese Language Proficiency (TOCFL) to the world, and care about the education in remote areas. He established a PASSION teaching team (Program of Adaptive Screening, Streaming, and Instruction for Omni-directional Nurturing) and changed the lives of low-achieving children, and his many contributions made him a third time winner of the National Science Council Outstanding Research Award. On March 22, Vice Presient Sung received the 64th Academic Award of the Ministry of Education from Premier Su Tseng Chang.

AIT Cultural Affairs Officer Talks on Study Abroad and Culture Exchange in the USA

To increase the international mobility of students, the Center of General Education of NTNU invited Cultural Affairs Officer of AIT Luke Martin on a livestream talk with Vice President of International Affairs Liu Hsiang-Lin on the topic of Study Abroad and Culture Exchange in the USA.

2021 International Cultural Festival: Cultural Sharing LIVE Shows

Under the influence of the pandemic, the International Cultural Festival from March 16 to 18 this year was held online. It features a series of activities in which foreign students introduce the culture of their home country through live stream every day at noon.