SDG17
Partnerships for the Goals

Cooperate with educational institutions, NGOs and countries to support the achievement of sustainable development, and establish and implement policies for sustainable development.

Nanliao Hydraulic Startup Hub & Emergency Seawater Desalination Plant

Taiwan is subject to the effects of climate change, particularly water scarcity, which is highly detrimental to the development of multiple industries. In addition to the conservation of freshwater resources, efforts should be made to develop seawater desalination with the objective of establishing a stable water source. By reducing the

SDGs:
6
14
17

Every Drop of Water is Indispensable in Times of Water Scarcity: Is There an Optimal Ratio of Reclaimed Water to Desalinated Water?

CSR@CW interviewed Professor Huang Chih-pin, Director of the Environmental Technology & Smart System Research Center, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU). Professor Huang was invited to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of reclaimed and desalinated water as emerging water resources and provide suggestions for Taiwan’s water policies. The development

SDGs:
6
14
17

Empowerment and Cultivation of Talent through AIoT Program

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) has incorporated high-end learning techniques—which are usually accessible only to a limited number of talented learners—with a large amount of NYCU professional resources, corporate social responsibility (CSR) plans of high-tech manufacturers, and the new curriculum guidelines on artificial intelligence and Internet of Things

SDGs:
1
4
8
10
17

More Than 100 Local and International Students Participate in NYCU’s First 40-hour Online International Creative Hackathon

Fully conducted in English, the competition was NYCU’s first creative hackathon involving domestic and international students. Participants of the competition came from Haiti, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Saint Lucia, Thailand, Pakistan, Ukraine, Russia, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Honduras and Taiwan, who were studying in NYCU, National Taiwan University, National

SDGs:
8
9
17

Major Breakthrough in Taiwan–US Collaborative Research: New Gene Therapy Possibilities for Coronary Atherosclerosis

The Taiwan–US Collaborative Research Team, comprising researchers at Taipei Veterans General Hospital and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, as well as Shu Chien, former academic at the University of California San Diego, has made a groundbreaking discovery: mRNA methylation plays a vital role in the development of coronary atherosclerosis.

SDGs:
3
9
17