The Hsinchu Sixth Fuel Factory: A Sustainable New Life in the City with Chickens and Bats as Learning Companions

Treating chickens and bats as learning partners and adopting participatory design for sustainable living, the NYCU Hsinchu Living Museum team works with the community residents and undergraduates to run the…

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Flooding and Wild Creek Remediation Controversies in Taiwan has Finally been Published in International Journals

Mei-Fang Fan from Institute of Science, Technology and Society, who has long studied environmental justice and deliberative democracy, emphasized the importance of incorporating a diversified communication and dialogue to environmental…

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What Caused Formosan Flying Fox’s Vanishing Population? NGS Finally Uncovers the Mystery

Link:https://www.nycu.edu.tw/news/2083/ The endangered Formosan flying fox – the largest bat found in Taiwan – was once abundant on Green Island. Using genomic tools, the research group led by Dr. Wen-Ya…

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