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Taiwan’s Young Inventors Grabbed 7 Gold at IEYI

The 12th International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI) was held at Harbin, China from July 16th to 18th. On the 18th, over 300 students and teachers from 9 countries gathered at Harbin International Convention Exhibition and Sports Center. This year, we have 29 teams from Taiwan, grabbing 7 gold, 6 silver, 12 bronze and 6 special award.

Taiwan Team Goes to Hungary For Shuttleball, Sepak Takraw and Shuttlecock.

Taiwan Team goes to Hungary for a friendly competition for Shuttleball, Sepak Takraw and Shuttlecock. The game was on June 18th to 19th .The team of Taiwan is made up with students from NTNU and other different schools. During the game, both parties showed exquisite skills, brining honor to their countries. And the result? Taiwan outdebated Hungary on shuttleball and Sepak Takraw whereas the Hungarians do better on Shuttlecock.

Five Gold Medal Was Won by Taiwan International Physics Olympiad

The Taiwan team, trained by professors of NTNU, had a good showing at the 47th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) 2016 in Switzerland, where five local students won gold medals among 398 competitors coming from 84 countries, which ranked Taiwan the third place in this competition. Competitor LU Chia-Hsuan won the Best Experiment in the IPhO. Only three countries received 5 golds, they are China, Korea and Taiwan.

Result of 2016 International Top University Basketball Tournament

The 2016 International Top University Basketball Tournament started a fierce completion here at NTNU. In addition to the local team, elite players from Canada, South Korea, Japan and China all can’t wait to be in the game and the women’s team is added this year. While the players are making friends through games, it’s a good oppturrunity to sharpen their skills for the Summer Universidae in 2017.

Graduate School of Venture Business from Hoseo Uni Visited NTNU

The visiting group from Graduate School of Venture Business, Hoseo University came to NTNU on June 30th, led by Dr. In-Oh Jeon. They visited the Research Center for Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship and signed the MOU.