1. Due to the implementation of the new curriculum and limited manpower, funding, and facilities in the schools, both students and teachers are in need of external help.
2. Hands-on experiments are essential in the nature and life science course because experiments bring students in-depth experience.
3. Museums have the facilities, human resources, and teaching aids to help the middle and primary schools in science education.
1. Offer students another mode of learning.
2. Offer high quality field teaching for students and teachers of Grade 1-9 and reinforce the educational functions of the museum.
3. Students will benefit from the learning facilities, especially for children in Southern Taiwan.
4. Subjects: students and teachers of Grades 1-9.
5. Offers a comfortable stress-free environment for hands-on experiments and guides visitors to explore and experience science.
6. Bring visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the fun of science.
1.Museum as Laboratory
2.Work shop as Exhibit
3.Learning as Inquiry
4. Science and technology found in life
5. Linking nature and life science courses curriculum
6. Science treasure hunting
7. Large exhibits are designed and placed at the focal points of the high-roof exhibition hall.
This exhibition hall is divided into six areas based on the categories of the academic aptitude test under the themes of mountain, racetrack, and laboratory. The six areas are named The Door to Science, On the Peak, Medical Care, Crossing Time and Space, The Bottom Line, and Racing Track.
For details, please visit http://www3.nstm.gov.tw/opensesame/homepage/index.htm
Air Navigation and Aerospace
Mankind, and the development of air navigation and aerospace technologies is the best testament to the claim, "Men are great for the dreams they have." From the earliest imagination of riding the wind, to the invention of atmospheric flying devices, from the improvement of air passenger carriers to the development of turbo jets and realization of space expedition, weightless flight, and autopilot carriers, the dream of flying has been brought into reality step by step. Maybe, in the near future, cruising in outer space will no longer be a scene only in science fiction movies.
Light up the future：Stories of Recovery and Reconstruction after MORAKOT
The"Return to Morakot: The Immersive Theater”allowed the audience to experience the scene back to the day when typhoon "Morakot" occurred on August 8, 2009, and led the audience to understand the rescue and relief work of the disaster and related reconstruction. There are seven large-scale interactive teaching aids enable the audience to understand the principles of typhoon, compound disasters, and the importance of disaster prevention science through hands-on exhibits.
Innovating a better future
It is an intelligent interactive exhibition which held by NSTM and ITRI. It presents about how innovative technologies make life better. Visitors can borrow flat PC as R&D pad and have a 10 minutes training to know how to use it wisely. There are 6 sections in showroom, visitors should crack each selected missions to cumulate points and upgrade higher level gradually. We hope the exhibition can give not only fun but innovative technology to every visitor. To guide them, to teach them, to inspire them. An better future will be built up by every human being.
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Diseases Prevention Combat Camp
Planet Aqua Blue is under attack of an unknown virus. A troop of brave warriors must be recruited to go back to the future and enter the colony of mutated viruses. The viruses must be exterminated, otherwise beautiful Planet Aqua Blue will be destroyed and disappear forever...
------We welcome you to join us in the combat against viruses. We need you!------
The Diseases Prevention Combat Camp features 30 exhibition units, including 13 challenges, which allows participants to accumulate life value units, two reality expansion units, one theater, and four movies and animation films. The participants are free to take on any of the challenges and, at the end of the camp, a certificate will be award to each of the Disease Prevention Combat Troopers. Outstanding troopers will have the chance to win the honor of Golden Warriors and crowned in an open ceremony.
To ensure the best quality and education in the exhibition, the Diseases Prevention Combat Camp will be open for eight sessions and admit 120 visitors per day at the initial stage. Each session will last 50 minutes and adjustments will be implemented in the later stages. It is recommended that group visitors make reservations prior to the visit by calling the reservation hotline 0800-800-236.
Each entry is valid for one of the following sessions:
For details, please visit http://epidemic.nstm.gov.tw/index.asp
For more information: https://youtu.be/A8vgl5rcF9w
Fantasy(Children's Science Center)
Fantasy：Using a ship as a major image in the exhibition hall, Fantasy leads you to the "Snow Island", "Oriental Island" and "Tropical Island" to experience life science. You can experience the parabola principle by throwing balls in the "Snow Island". In "Oriental Island", you can easily wear exotic traditional costumes and take photos with the local landscape. The interactive games in the "tropical island" guide you to know the unique creatures of Madagascar and enjoy the fun of hunting fish. In here, you can have different experiences to discover the magic and fun of science.
Transmitting messages through space and doing so faster and further has always been a dream for human beings. Here you can see, hear, and experience the telecommunication development of the past more than one hundred years in Taiwan. Different tools, such as: beacon firer, pigeon messengers, courier horses, megaphones, telescopes, and beacon light…etc, have been introduced. Through technology, distance no longer hinders communication.Telecom@Taiwan Transmitting messages through space and doing so faster and further has always been a dream for human beings. Here you can see, hear, and experience the telecommunication development of the past more than one hundred years in Taiwan. Different tools, such as: beacon firer, pigeon messengers, courier horses, megaphones, telescopes, and beacon light…etc, have been introduced. Through technology, distance no longer hinders communication.
Magic World(Children's Science Center)
The magic world is full of magic and beauty of sound, light and imaging science. Everyone is happy to conduct various scientific experiments here.
LOHAS Energy Conservation House
Energy conservation should be a common goal of every person in the nation and promoted through education. A Cool Energy Conservation House has been built in the Taipei Zoo, which is similar to the Lohas Energy Conservation House in the National Science and Technology Museum Kaohsiung. These structures aim to promote energy conservation through green architecture.
In addition to instilling the concept of green architecture in the heart of our little citizens through school education, this exhibition will also provide knowledge of green architecture to the general public and instill the concept of energy conservation in heart of the citizens.
Our everyday life is inseparable from the use of energy. In the age of severe resource shortage, we need to learn ways and build the right attitude to effectively utilize the limited resources on Earth.
In view of this, the Bureau of Energy (Ministry of Economic Affairs) and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) joined forces with the National Museum of Science & Technology to build the LOHAS Energy Conservation House. It is a structure that integrates architectural design, energy-saving exterior, high-efficiency facilities, and clean energy to achieve minimum energy consumption. It is an energy-saving, environmentally-friendly, and comfortable green structure, certified as a Golden Class Green Architecture. Through a tour to its energy-saving exterior, life energy-saving, and clean energy exhibition, we will bring visitors to see the importance of energy-saving architecture and how this energy-saving concept can be implemented in the regular houses.
For details, please visit http://www3.nstm.gov.tw/nstm_lohas/
We can experience will be taken off the ground and experience the flight experience.
Location：Air Navigation and Aerospace
Tuesday - Sunday 09:00~12:20 ;13:00-16:20
1. For safety reasons, certain facilities are not suited to pregnant women, or those who are suffering from chronic illness, motion sickness, heart disease, high blood pressure, physical discomfort, had any form of recent surgery, or under the influence of medications or alcohol, and not suitable for children under the age of 6, children of height under 100cm should be accompanied by an adult. Please refer to the detailed instructions onsite and adhere to the instructions of our staff.
2. Guests shall consider whether they are physically fit to join the activities. The Museum shall not be held responsible for any person’s physical conditions.