SDG3
Good Health and Well-being

Demand medical care for all, reduce the number of deaths from (non-)communicable diseases, strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, reduce the number of deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents, and increase health financing and the recruitment, development, and training of the health workforce.

[NYCU SDGs Project] Seniors’ Fitness Club Cooperate With TSMC Charity Foundation

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) was commissioned by Health Promotion Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare to carry out its Seniors’ Fitness Club Program. Specifically, two community-based seniors’ fitness clubs were established on NYCU Boai Campus and Guangfu Campus, respectively. Seniors’ fitness clubs were established based on the

SDGs:
3
11

Groundbreaking Discovery: VGH–NYCU Research Team Successfully Uses Silk Fibroin to Convert Quiescent Cardiomyocytes to Pacemaker Cells

More than 40,000 people in Taiwan have cardiac pacemaker implants. Scientists in Taiwan discovered a silk fibroin (SF) that converts quiescent cardiomyocytes into pacemaker cells that can beat on their own, thereby restoring the heart’s beating. This groundbreaking discovery was published in the renowned journal Nature Biomedical Engineering.   The

SDGs:
3
9

[NYCU SDGs Project] No More Loniness For Learning Disabilities

To identify children with learning disabilities more efficiently, this project established a learning disability AI detection system, as a way to detect and diagnose learning disabilities. Professor You-Yin Chen and his research team established the AI typo detection systems in smartphones. They held an online training session to let speech‑language

SDGs:
1
3
4
10

NYCU Won Four Awards in APSAA and TSAA

This year, two teams representing NYCU achieved outstanding results at the Asia-Pacific and Taiwan Sustainable Action Awards (APSAA) organized by the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy. Among 247 TSAA and 63 APSAA submissions, NYCU won four major awards. The most recognizable, however, is the submission “The Making of Hsinchu Living

SDGs:
3
4
8
10
11
15
17

Tiny House Movement

The tiny-house movement (also known as the small house movement) is an architectural and social movement that advocates for downsizing living spaces, simplifying, and essentially “living with less.” Professor Sheng-Kai, Tseng from NYCU Institute of Architecture and Professor Yi-Bing Lin’s research team attempts to harness the concept of renewable energy

SDGs:
3
7
11

Planting Our University’s DNA in Tribal Star Project

NYCU’s Tribal Star: Intelligent Health for Remote Areas (or IHEART), which based on Nan’ao Atayal tribe, carried out the smart medical care and education with the local communities participating in the historical research to improve the well-being of people living in remote villages, especially for the students and the elderly

SDGs:
3
4
10