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Key word: ROV, 251 results
2021-02-03
Ocean Exploration,The Taiwan Ocean Research Institute (TORI) of NARLabs is a federally funded research and development agency devoted to research and ...
2021-02-03
Earthquake Engineering,The National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE) of NARLabs is equipped with a tri-axial shaking table, an L-...
2021-02-03
Space Science & Technology,The National Space Organization (NSPO) of NARLabs is a government-supported body that coordinates all Taiwan's space resear...
2021-01-26
Point Cloud Computing Enables Greater Smart Precision in the Reconstruction of Historical Sites, Tsung-Tsong Wu, upon his appointment as Minister of t...
2021-01-24
Yusat And Ideassat Cubesats Launched Into Space - Interweaving Taiwan's Brilliant Starry Sky,“Five, four, three, two, one, zero, ignition…Launch!" Car...
2020-12-30
2021 National Applied Research Laboratories Internship Program Announcement for Foreign Undergraduate, Master and PhD Students,National Applied Resear...
2020-12-04
(TABP) to develop Taiwan’s first rapid test kit to identify periodontal pathogens. TABP signed an NT$8.8 million technology transfer agreement with NCKU today (Dec. 4th) to seize this golden opportunity in the global precision medicine business.
2020-11-27
To that end, certain measures have been adopted, including the From IP to IPO (FITI) program was implemented by the Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Center (STPI) of National Applied Research Labs (NARLabs).
2020-11-24
Supporting Academic Research and Development of AI Chip Design in Taiwan: National Applied Research Laboratories Signs Contract for Arm Flexible Acces...
2020-11-09
PROViding post-earthquake restoration and disaster reduction when encountering earthquake catastrophes, the National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE) – one of the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) – implements the Science and Technology for Disaster policy planned by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and utilizes the extension building of NCREE.