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2021.0115

A Blow to Know Your Blood Sugar Level

Blood sugar test is necessary for diabetes patients at home. With the use of needles, invasive procedures are stressful to patients. As the diet has changed throughout the year, the number of diabetes patients has been rising year by year. More people suffer from this disease at an early age. Now there are around 2 million diabetes patients in Taiwan with an increase of 25,000 patients each year.
2021.0107

NTNU Works with C-LAB for Cross-disciplinary Program

The letter of intent between the National Taiwan Normal University and the operating unit of Taiwan Contemporary Culture Laboratory (C-LAB), Taiwan Living Arts Foundation. In the future, the two parties will combine software and hardware resources, share research, learning and production environments, and jointly promote the cooperation between different disciplinary of C-LAB and NTNU. The cooperation is a good example of art and cultural institutions and educational institutions to jointly create a cross-field learning program. National Taiwan Normal University will also launch a series of cooperation and exchanges of knowledge and technology with external institutions.
2021.0107

Conductor Alumnus Wilbur Lin Talks at NTNU

Wilbur Lin, an alumnus of NTNU, was selected as the assistant conductor among hundreds of applicants at Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in 2019. At the end of 2020, Lin was invited by National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra to conduct the year end concert of Youth Orchestra. On December 25th, Lin came back to NTNU to share his journey with students of Music Department.
2020.1225

NTNU Experience Share in The Taiwan-UK Virtual Higher Education Delegation 2020

Executive President Frank Yung-Hsiang Ying participated The Taiwan-UK Virtual Higher Education Delegation 2020 online and share NTNU experience with President of the University of Liverpool, President of the University of Nottingham. During covid-19, NTNU welcomes foreign students and provide them with care. NTNU is also equipped with remote education facilities. This is both a challenge and an opportunity for higher education to work on the quality of remote education.
2020.1211

NTNU Amazes 2020 EdTech Taiwan

Higher education institutes around the world are affected by the epidemic this year and are forced to take on digital transformation. National Taiwan Normal University participated in the 2020 EdTech Taiwan, held from December 2nd to 6th to demonstrate our professional development and research results on the epidemic prevention on campus, Chinese language teaching, computing thinking, information science, science education, AI application literacy courses. We want to show the world our determination to evolve together with ever-changing trends.