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  • Uneo Inc. Wins Edison Award for Its Flexible Resistive Sensor

    Uneo Inc. Wins Edison Award for Its Flexible Resistive Sensor

    Uneo Inc., whose core technology and research team were transferred from ITRI, won the Gold Award in Technology of Material Science of the 2015 Edison Awards for its UneoTM Sensor, or Micro-Deformable Piezoresistive Sensor. This honor draws the attention to the world-class technology standards of Taiwan.

  • Inauguration of Three ITRI Executives

    Inauguration of Three ITRI Executives

    An inauguration ceremony took place at ITRI on April 17 for congratulating three new ITRI general directors, including Dr. Yu-Min Peng of Material and Chemical Research Laboratories, Dr. Jwu-Sheng Hu of Mechanical and Systems Research Laboratories, and Mr. Han-Ying Wang of Strategy and R&D Planning Office.

  • An Ultrafast Rechargeable Aluminum-ion Battery Co-developed by ITRI and Stanford University

    An Ultrafast Rechargeable Aluminum-ion Battery Co-developed by ITRI and Stanford University

    The aluminum-ion battery consisting of an aluminum anode and a graphitic-foam cathode withstands more than 7,500 charge-discharge cycles without any capacity decay. Moreover, it is featured with low cost, good safety, flexibility, low flammability, rapid-charging, and long durability. The research result has been published in Nature in April.

  • Taiwan Rapid Innovation Prototyping League for Entrepreneurs

    Taiwan Rapid Innovation Prototyping League for Entrepreneurs

    The Taiwan Rapid Innovation Prototyping League for Entrepreneurs (TRIPLE) was formally launched on March 30, 2015. The founding of TRIPLE is an important move in paving the way for Taiwan to become an international hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. It will be also an important portal in matching and integrating local and foreign new ventures with domestic resources.

  • Discovering Technology Treasures

    Discovering Technology Treasures

    The grand opening of the Discovering Technology Treasures exhibition took place on March 24, 2015 in Taipei’s Songshan Cultural and Creative Park. Coordinated by MOEA, the exhibition displays 79 items of national R&D programs for the next 5-to-10-year technologies. Featured topics include Industry 4.0, technology for aging population, Internet of Things, smart cars, augmented reality, OLED lighting, and more.

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