• Farewell to Dr. Ding-Shinn Chen

    Academician Ding-Shinn Chen passed away in Taiwan on June 24, 2020. Dr. Chen had been a distinguished visiting chair in GRC since 2013, his research interest was in the basic and clinical aspects of viral hepatitis and liver disease, ranging from prevention to management. To pay your respect to Dr. Chen, you can click on "Read more" to leave your message in the official RIP page set by NTU. Read More
  • A Portable Mass Spectrometer that Writes History

    Computer downsizing from mainframes, mini, micro, until now the hand held devices, it happened one after another one so fast yet made major impact to human history. Now, the same kind of evolution may happen again to Mass Spectrometers. Read More
  • A Promising Trisaccharide Identified for Damaged Cartilage

    “Bad Knees” is not an unfamiliar topic among older folks. Most of the complaints are pains and swellings, accompanying clicking and locking at the joints. Some people believe it’s a sign of ageing when one starts feeling funny at the knees. And it may just be true! Of the many knee complications, osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common chronic joint disease. It is a condition believed to be linked... Read More
  • The Circles: Establishment of Autism-associated Circular RNA Regulatory Networks

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a pervasive neurodevelopmental and heritable complex disorder characterized by limited social communication, restricted and ritualized interests, and repetitive behavior. In the US, an estimation of prevalence of ASDs was about 1 in 68 (14.6 per 1,000) children aged 8 years... Read More
  • Novel Nanomaterial Makes Targeted Lung Cancer Cells Evincible On Living Mice

    Molecularly targeted therapy can provide cancer patients with treatments targeting cancerous cells and avoid unnecessary damages to non-cancer cells. However, it is a challenge to deliver the drug to just where the cancerous cells are located. Read More
  • We’re in this TOGETHER!

    In response to the call for an "Open Science" approach in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 by President James C. Liao, here we are happy to share high-quality, human-cell-expressed SARS-CoV-2 spike protein FOR FREE, in order to contribute to Taiwan’'s national research efforts in detection, treatment and prevention of SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCoV, or Wuhan virus; the causative agent of COVID-19). Read More
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HONORS & APPOINTMENTS

  • Congratulations to Dr. Li-Jung Juan for receiving "the 18th Far Eastern Y. Z. Hsu Science and Technology Research Thesis Award"
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Shie-Liang Hsieh for receiving "the 18th Far Eastern Y. Z. Hsu Science and Technology Research Chair Award"
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Chun-Mei Hu for receiving the MOST annual disruptive innovation research paper award
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Alice Yu for receiving the ASCO 2020 Pediatric Oncology Award
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  • Sugar intake in foods / Dr. Wen-Bin Yang
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  • CRISPR: God’s Scissors / Dr. Yu-Chi Chou
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  • The Circles: Establishment of Autism-associated Circular RNA Regulatory Networks
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  • Making the right tools for tough jobs – how to build a scientific instrument / Dr. Yi-Sheng Wang
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  • Glycans Promising To Fix Damaged Spinal Axons
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  • Diradicals Identified for the First Time in Sugars Interconversion
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  • Catching Virus Fast! Academia Sinica discovered useful antibodies for developing rapid immune based test kit of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus
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