As it is the 50th anniversary of the National Science Council, NTNU, known to be the cradle of general science education, celebrates this year by presenting the fantastic results of the 26 scientific projects that it cooperates with the National Science Council in the form of videos.
A honorary Professor of the Department of Fine Arts, NTNU, a laureate of Nobel Prize in physics, as well as a researcher in Academia Sinica, doctor Li Zheng-Dao promised to Su Xian-Fa, chairman of the Department of Fine Arts to hold a forum on the subject of science and the arts with NTNU faculty and students.
Known to be the most splendid total eclipse of the century occurred on July 22nd, and a partial eclipse can be seen throughout Taiwan. NTNU faculty and students all arrived NTNU early with a model plate or a disc to watch this rare and extraordinary view of the eclipse.
Renu Khator, Principle of the University of Houston, and Suresh Khator, wife of Renu Khator, came to visit NTNU on July 20th. Principle Guo Yih-Shun received the academic friends from afar and exchanged gifts, hoping that together they can raise the academic standards.