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2017.0215

NTU System visited the Philippines in January

From January 10th to 13th, the NTU System delegation went south to the Philippines and received a fruitful outcome. In addition to visiting University of Asia and the Pacific, Ateneo de Manila University and University of Santo Tomas to discuss the possibilities of cooperation, NTU System have also discussed with the Ministry of Science for future cooperation and established the relationship with well-known higher education institutions in the Philippines.
2017.0125

Saving Solar Energy make it to the cover of Inorganic Chemistry

Prof. Chang I Jy from the Department of Chemistry and PhD student Kelvin Yun-Da Tsai has a breakthrough in the research of solar power. The ruthenium bipyridine complex, under the excitation of light will effectively catalyzes the oxidation of bromide to bromine. The research result was published at the famous journal Inorganic Chemistry and was chosen as cover story. The laboratory of Prof. Chang has been focusing on Photochemistry for years.
2017.0125

Sending Future Teachers Abroad with Grants from the Government

This year, the ministry of Education first granted the oversea educational internship program and the list was revealed in January 18th. Three projects from NTNU pass the selection and was granted 2.75 million. The destination of the projects are Canada, Shanghai and Singapore.
2017.0122

NTU System Goes to the Philippines for Collaboration

From January 10th to 13th, the NTU System delegation went South again to the Philippines, after their last endeavor to Malaysia and Indonesia for recruitment. NTU System held the "Taiwan-Philippines Academic Exchange Forum” with the officials and paid a visit to the Ministry of Science and with well-known higher education institutions.
2017.0122

Mapúa Institute of Technology’s first visit of NTNU

On January 9th, Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea from Mapúa Institute of Technology visited NTNU with the accompany of Karen Ku from Manila Economic and Cultural Office. President Chang and Director Yu from OIA received them and welcomed them.