Volume 31 Issue 7 - March 16, 2018 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Mar. 16 ~ Apr. 26, 2018

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Two Presidents from NCKU recognized as top 100 Asian scientists
NCKU Press Center

Dr. Huey Jen Jenny Su, the President of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Taiwan and Dr. Michael Lai Ming-Chiao, the former President of the University are featured in the latest edition of the ‘Asian Scientist 100,’ an annual listing of 100 prize-winning Asian researchers, academicians, innovators and leaders from across the Asia Pacific region.

Su, a public health expert, and …

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Woman Power Takes off at NCKU with Cross-national WUN Project: “Marriage Migrants in Asia”
NCKU Press Center

Professor Su-Lin Yu and supporting professors from the National Cheng Kung University’s Center for Gender & Women’s Studies are collaborating with 11 female scholars from Hong Kong, Macau and Japan to launch the “Marriage Migrants in Asia” project, which has been recognized by the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) as one of the 14 most influential projects of 2018.

Through the …

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NCKU Alumnus Dr. Paul Bosawai Popora Opens First Standard Clinic in the Solomon Islands
NCKU Press Center

Located 5,000 kilometers away from Taiwan, the Solomon Islands is one of Taiwan’s few diplomatic allies. The 35-year-long exclusive friendship between both island nations is embodied in Dr. Paul Bosawai Popora, a graduate of National Cheng Kung University’s (NCKU) College of Medicine. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in July 2014, Popora returned to his home in the Solomon Islands to serve …

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NCKU as first university to offer a Circular Economy education program in Taiwan.
NCKU Press Center

Starting from Spring semester 2018, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) will offer a new education program on Circular Economy. This is in response to the Tsai-Ing Wen government who set Circular Economy as one of her 5+2 spearhead strategies. Taiwan wants to create a more sustainable economy, with a smaller environmental impact on natural resources, as well as less dependence on importing …

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