• 14
    Mar 2023

    The National Science Day

    The National Science Day is a collaboration between Yunlin County Government and National Huwei University of Science and Technology. By engaging students in hands-on scientific activities, the event aims to cultivate an interest in science among elementary and junior high school students in Yunlin County, and to encourage students to develop scientific inquiry skills and improve their scientific literacy from an early age. Each school sends 1-2 seed teachers and 2-4 seed students, totaling approximately 200 participants.
  • 14
    Mar 2023

    【2023 ECRs in Sustainability Science 1】Fisheries and Marine Conservation

    In 2021, the Future Earth Taipei - ECR Working Group launched the "Sustainable Research for Young Scholars" series of talks, which received widespread acclaim - this year, the short talks will return! The 2023 Young Scholars Sustainable Short Talk 3.0 is expected to plan different thematic series, with 3-4 short talks planned for each series, allowing everyone to have more choices and participate more in learning about topics of interest.
  • 06
    Mar 2023

    2023 Falling Walls Lab Germany Innovation Challenge in Taiwan: 3 Minutes to Change the World!

    2023 Falling Walls Lab Germany Innovation Challenge in Taiwan: 3 Minutes to Change the World!

    Highlights International Connections
    Event Date | 2023/05/18Address | National Science and Technology Commission (Science and Technology Building)

    2023 Falling Walls Lab Germany Innovation Challenge in Taiwan: 3 Minutes to Change the World!

    Organized by the Taipei German Academic Exchange Information Center (DAAD) and in collaboration with the National Science and Technology Commission (NSTC) of Taiwan, the Falling Walls Lab innovation challenge aims to promote the development of young researchers and innovative exchanges. The competition will take place on May 18th, 2023, and registration is open until April 18th, seeking creative and ambitious new-generation pioneers in all fields with innovative and revolutionary ideas.

    The Falling Walls Lab Germany Innovation Challenge is an international event inspired by the fall of the Berlin Wall, encouraging scientists worldwide to break academic barriers and engage in interdisciplinary innovation to solve practical problems. Preliminary rounds are held in various cities on five continents each year, and winners are invited to participate in the final competition in Berlin in November. They receive tickets to the world-renowned Falling Walls Conference, attended by over 600 guests from 75 countries, featuring top scientists sharing their groundbreaking research.

    Falling Walls Lab Taipei has been held in Taiwan for four consecutive years, providing an excellent platform for outstanding young people to present their research projects or ideas to judges within three minutes. The winner will represent Taiwan in the global finals and receive a ticket to Berlin, Germany for the final competition, as well as accommodation, a visit to the Technical University of Darmstadt, and an opportunity to participate in the Innovation Week co-hosted by DAAD and TU9. The winner of the final competition will also deliver a speech and receive a cash prize on the grand stage of the Falling Walls Conference.

    Eligibility: Applicants must be at least 18 years old and can be bachelor's/master's/doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, young scholars, and research talents in all disciplines. Only individual applications will be accepted, and group applications will not be considered. (Please note: for those who have graduated, the bachelor's degree should be within 10 years, the master's degree within 7 years, and the doctoral degree within 5 years. Please refer to the official website for details.)

    Competition format: The competition will be conducted in English, and contestants will use three minutes to introduce their research, clearly explaining the problem they want to solve and their proposed solution, mainly focusing on scientific, innovative, and developmental projects. The speaker must be the applicant, and three slides will be used during the presentation, with one slide introducing the name, affiliation, and title, and the other two slides showing the content.

    Registration URL:
    Deadline: April 18th, 2023 (Online system closes at 23:59)
    Competition date: May 18th, 2023 (Thursday) afternoon
    Venue: National Science and Technology Commission (Science and Technology Building)

    The videos of Taipei events from 2020 to 2022 can be viewed on DAAD Taiwan's YouTube channel. For more information on the global finals and past winners, please refer to the Falling Walls official website at If you have any questions, please contact the Taipei German Academic Exchange Information Center at

    The Falling Walls Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting discussions on research and innovation, and promoting the latest scientific discoveries among all levels of society. It is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Robert Bosch Foundation, the Helmholtz Association, and other well-known academic institutions, foundations, and companies. The Falling Walls Conference, an international scientific conference, is held annually on November 9th, the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.


    Science for All、Science Cultivation、Public Engagement、International Connections

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  • 01
    Mar 2023

    2023 Chemistry National Meeting, National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    Event Date | 2023/03/10 - 2023/03/12Address | National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    We are honored to welcome all of you to join the 2023 Chemistry National Meeting. It will be hosted by National University of Kaohsiung, Department of Applied Chemistry from March 10 to 12, 2023, at Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The 2023CNM with the main theme of “A New Era in Chemistry - Sustainable Development” contains various interesting talks in academic research project, applied technology, industrial economic efficiency, scientific educational method, sustainable development, environmental safety, etc.

    We hope that through this conference, transnational chemical expertise can be fully exchanged and discussed, thereby stimulating more cutting-edge and novel ideas in chemical research and development. At the same time, assisting the technological upgrade of the industry, and contributing to the continuous improvement of human living quality and civilization perpetual continuation. Through the technical and academic exchanges of chemistry academic and chemical related industry scholars and experts, the participation of students and young talents, and the trainers and educatiors; the chemical industry in Taiwan will create the next sustainable new era in the nearly future. Thus, we sincerely invite all of you to participate the 2023 Chemistry National Meeting!

  • 01
    Mar 2023

    Internatioinl day of women & girls in science

    Event Date | 2023/03/05Address | the Big City shopping center in Hsinchu

    Starting from 2018, the Science Fair is held annually at the Big City shopping center in Hsinchu, combining celebrations related to women and science such as the 211 Women in Science Day, International Women's Day on March 8th, International Mathematics Day on March 14th, and more. Popular science education is promoted in collaboration with science popularization groups, particularly in partnership with Hsinchu Girls' High School to encourage young women to participate in science popularization activities.

    To respond to the International Day of Women and Girls in Science established by UNESCO on February 11th each year, International Women's Day on March 8th, International Mathematics Day on March 14th, and the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD) from July 2022 to June 2023, the interdisciplinary Science Education Center of National Tsing Hua University, the BigCity Far Eastern Megacity Shopping Center, and National Hsinchu Girls' Senior High School jointly organized the 2023 \International Women in Science Carnival\ event, inviting multiple industry, government, and academic units to set up science booths to promote sustainable popular science education.

    Unit Name Booth Name
    1 Atomic Energy Council Animal X-ray Room
    2 Atomic Energy Council Precision Battle
    3 Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs Energy Magician GO!GO!GO!
    4 Water Resources Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs Flood Prevention Mobilization
    5 Taiwan Power Company, Decommissioning and Site Selection Communication Center Nuclear Waste Trainee
    6 Taiwan Power Company, Decommissioning and Site Selection Communication Center Nuclear Waste Trainee
    7 National Taiwan Science Education Center Science Education GO Fun
    8 Taipei Astronomical Museum Women Astronomers' Great Challenge
    9 Physics Subject Center, Senior High School  
    x National Chiayi Senior Industrial Vocational School Electric Stone Rocket
    10 Physical Society of the Republic of China Magnetic Propulsion
    11 Physical Society of Taiwan x Physics Bimonthly The Mystery of Wind Power in Physics Bimonthly
    12 Cross-disciplinary Science Education Center, National Tsing Hua University Living STEM Science Play
    13 Department of Applied Physics, Tunghai University Nano Adventure
    14 Department of Aerospace Opto-Mechatronics, Vanung University Green Energy and Modern Professional Wind Power Generation
    15 National Hsinchu Girls' Senior High School Math Creation
    16 National Zhunan Senior High School Fun Science Toys
    17 National Zhunan Senior High School Fun Science Toys
    18 National Zhunan Senior High School Fun Science Toys
    19 Hsinchu Zhongxin School Voice from Heaven
    20 FRC6998 STEM Education, National Kaohsiung Senior High School International Experimental High School FRC Robot School Team
    21 Nuclearfruit Information Academy STEAM Playground
    22 Army Ordnance Maintenance and Development Center Let the Bullets Fly
    23 VIA Technologies, Inc. Come and Interact with AI Blocks
    24 Department of Labor, Taoyuan, Hsinchu and Miaoli Labor Development Bureau Jataole Learning Theme Hall
    25 Department of Labor, Taoyuan, Hsinchu and Miaoli Labor Development Bureau Micro-Entrepreneurship Phoenix
    26 Yi Pin Tang Chinese Medicine Clinic Emergency Station & Free Clinic
    27 Yi Pin Tang Chinese Medicine Clinic Getting to Know Traditional Chinese Medicine
    28 National Space Organization Introducing You to Space

  • 21
    Feb 2023

    National Chung Cheng University's 'Talent Cultivation Science Lecture' responds to IYBSSD 2022 @Taiwan, promoting the importance of basic science education and sustainability.

    The "Talent Cultivation Science Lecture" held by National Chung Cheng University has been organizing Nobel Prize science lectures for five consecutive years, and this year is no exception. The lecture, titled "2022 Nobel Prize Science Lecture," was held in the Auditorium International Conference Hall on November 8, in cooperation with the National Science Council IYBSSD 2022 Taiwan. The lecture invited Professor Kao Chung-Chuan from the Department of Physics at National Taiwan University, Professor Fang Jun-Ming from the Department of Chemistry at National Taiwan University, and Professor Wang Dao-Heng from the Institute of History and Philology at Academia Sinica to provide an in-depth analysis of the reasons for the 2022 Nobel Prize winners' achievements and their significant contributions to scientific research.

    This event not only attracted the participation of professionals from various fields at home and abroad but also received active support from teachers, students, and local residents. The atmosphere at the event was lively. It is worth mentioning that due to the consideration of the epidemic, the organizers set up an online live broadcast channel so that people who could not attend the event in person could also watch the lecture through the Internet. This arrangement not only increased the participation rate of the lecture but also enhanced the impact and sustainability of the event.

    This event is one of the important measures that National Chung Cheng University actively implements talent cultivation and strengthens basic science education. Its purpose is to convey the contribution and impact of basic science on society to students, teachers, and the public and encourage everyone to cherish natural resources and pursue sustainable development. Such activities have also brought more attention and support to the Science Education Center, General Education Center of National Chung Cheng University, and the National Science Council IYBSSD 2022 Taiwan.

  • 20
    Feb 2023

    Science and Sustainability Train: An Amazing Visual Feast on a Journey of Knowledge!

    The "Science Sustainability Train" is about to arrive at Taichung Station, and this exciting science event is definitely not to be missed! For anyone interested in the latest developments in science and sustainable development, this is a must-see event. Through interactive displays and informative presentations, the Science Sustainability Train offers an innovative showcase for learning about sustainability issues, basic science, and solving today's most urgent environmental challenges.

    From environmental conservation, energy to agriculture, the Science Sustainability Train has it all. Visitors can explore exhibits on topics such as green transportation, smart cities, and recycling, and learn from the website's professional experts who compile information that is closer to science and makes science more applicable to everyday life.

    Don't miss the chance to ride the "Science Sustainability Train" in Taichung. This is a science event that is sure to inspire and educate, and not to be missed!

    The "Science x Sustainability" train event by IYBSSD @ TAIWAN is designed with the attitude of "rooting in science, sustaining Taiwan" to help users easily understand the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and promote global action for sustainable development through the goals of a better life.

    In response to the "International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development" and to showcase the energy and achievements of basic research in Taiwan in sustainable development, the team invited various government agencies, academic institutions, and private organizations to launch multiple celebration events, focusing on scientific equality, scientific enlightenment, public participation, and international linkage. The series of "Science x Sustainability" activities aim to highlight Taiwan's achievements and efforts in basic research and sustainable development, raise awareness of sustainability-related issues, and promote understanding of the impact of basic science on life. It is hoped that after recognizing the importance of sustainable development, the public can take action to cherish the limited resources on Earth.

    The "Science x Sustainability" train by IYBSSD @ TAIWAN is divided into four sustainable themes: nature, society, environment, and carbon footprint, reflecting the interdependence of all things on Earth. The Earth is our spaceship, and we must protect the oceans and forests in the face of change. Every step leaves a "carbon" footprint, and this four-theme design echoes various SDGs. A series of SDG stickers are designed based on the O2's (Otter) goals of a better life, hoping to lead everyone to root the awareness of "Science x Sustainability" in their daily lives.

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