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The Reading the Science Masters Sunday Lecture Series

Science Communication
Event Date | 2023/04/23 Address |

The Reading the Science Masters Sunday Lecture Series will be held from 10:00 am to 12:00 am on Sunday. The main goal is to focus on the frontier scientific progress and research spirit of mass communication. More teachers and young students are invited to participate in the feast of popular science courses for teachers and students. Share experiences with each other; organize essay solicitation activities, invite audiences and teachers and students from various schools to participate, so that science lectures are no longer just listening, but also bring new knowledge of popular science to the hearts of the public

Activity Goals aligned with SDGs Projects

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure


Science Cultivation、Public Engagement

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Department of Natural Sciences and Sustainable Development of NSTC/ National Cheng Kung University

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