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Nobel Laureate in Chemistry: Yuan-Tseh Lee and His “HOPE”(「諾貝爾化學獎得主:李遠哲與他的”HOPE”」特展)

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry: Yuan-Tseh Lee and His “HOPE”(「諾貝爾化學獎得主:李遠哲與他的”HOPE”」特展)

The crossed molecular beam machine (HOPE) was designed by Prof. Lee Yuan-Tseh in 1967 at the Laboratory of Herschbach at Harvard University. In 2000, National Science and Technology Museum organized the Centennial Exhibition of the Nobel Prize and purchased the HOPE machine from the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, through Prof. Lee Yuen-Tseh, who was the President of Academia Sinica at the time.   Why is this instrument called HOPE? Following the tradition of the laboratory at that time, an instrument was named with a girl’s name in the alphabetical order. This particular instrument happened to be listed under H, so Dr. Yuan-Tseh Lee named it HOPE.   Each Nobel Prize winning scientist has a touching story to share, and their scientific spirit serves as an inspiration for young students to learn from and reflect upon. We hope this exhibition provides a glimpse into the profundity of fundamental science and inspires students in their scientific thinking and research!

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​《永恆聖母院》Eternal Notre Dame

​《永恆聖母院》Eternal Notre Dame

Eternal Notre Dame is an immersive virtual reality tour of Notre Dame de Paris that offers a unique and exciting expedition through time, space and history.  The experience allows the public to dive into the heart of the history of the cathedral, from its construction in the Middle Ages to the current restoration site.​ Eternal Notre Dame is an in-depth journey during which visitors will live a real emotional journey and rediscover the historical events and characters that have marked its history. ​

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Zombie Special Exhibition

Zombie Special Exhibition

Follow the bells, the more you know, the more secrets you will find in this world… “Zombie special exhibition” will be launched in National Science and Technology Museum from June 30th to August 29th. In addition to the stimulated zombies tailored according to Yuan Mei’s “Eight Zombies”, it’s our pleasure to invite Mr. Xie YuanJin who is the master of “Chinese Kanyu Daoist Faction” as a consultant, not only gathering six different kinds of fractions, but also demonstrating the differences between “Eight Zombies” and the ways of suppressing them.   Follow the sound of bell! Whether you want to interact with zombies, or you like classic ghost legend, we sincerely invite you to visit this mysterious museum! Exhibition Information Exhibition: Zombie Special Exhibition Date: 30th June 2023 (Fri.) - 29th August 2023 (Tue.) Venue: The First and Second Special Exhibition Hall at National Science and Technology Museum (No. 720, Jiuru 1st Rd., Sanmin Dist., Kaohsiung City 807412, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Opening Hours: Everyday 10:00-17:00 (16:30- stop ticket sales and entry) Organizer: KHAM INC.

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The Addiction Solution: Unraveling the Mysteries of Addiction(反毒特展)

The Addiction Solution: Unraveling the Mysteries of Addiction(反毒特展)

"Grandma, when is daddy coming home?" The sad look and heart-breaking call of a child  touch me the most and make it the most difficult for me to let go... Mr. Jeffrey Koo, Jr., Chairman of the CTBC Anti-Drug Educational Foundation, often sees children of drug addicts while visiting outlying areas or marginal corners in cities coping with families hurt by illicit drugs and without the care and love they deserve. Ever since then, he decided to devote himself to addressing the issue of illicit drugs in Taiwan. As indicated in the 2021 "World Drug Report" of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in a population of approximately 275 million people around the world who are exposed to illicit drugs, about 36.3 million are affected by drug abuse disorders or are addicts. Illicit drugs and drug abuse are issues becoming more complicated each day. Meanwhile, we have witnessed the emergence of many addictive substances which are not explicitly illegal but remain in the gray area of the law. These substances, like other illicit drugs, can harm users and, particularly, the more vulnerable teenage population. In other words, besides regulating and understanding illicit drugs and addictive substances, we need to better understand "addiction" so we may learn how to protect ourselves from becoming "addicted".  Most people know very little about "addiction" but are highly sensitive to the subject and avoid the subject when possible. "Addiction" is, in fact, a psychological phenomenon; it is commonplace and grounded in human biology. An "addiction" is a type of behavior or habit that is generated after exposure to certain stimuli out of a normal range. Such exposures can stimulate the central nervous system’s response in the brain to make one feel excited or ecstatic. When such a behavior or habit causes adverse consequences to the body and the mind and adversely affects daily life, learning, or work, and when one is unable to stop the behavior or habit on his/her own, it becomes an "addiction." The CTBC Anti-Drug Educational Foundation was established in 2015 on the principle of "education on illicit drugs to join the fight against drugs."  CTBC has devoted itself to the promotion of anti-drug education and launched "The Truth about Illegal Drugs" road-tour to properly educate society about the dangers of drugs. The road-tour includes a mobile exhibit that combines interactive technologies to communicate over five years of knowledge and ideas learned in the fight against illicit drugs throughout 22 counties and cities in Taiwan.  Building upon the success of interactive technologies applied in last year’s road-tour, this year (2022), we will start off with real-life stories of people who have beaten addiction. The immersive experience along with the virtual reality puzzle navigates spectators through "addiction" so they may experience for themselves the pain and difficulty addicts face while learning that "getting addicted" is far easier than thought and that preventing addiction relies on awareness, education, and support from society

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XR Traversal Experience(XR穿越體驗特展)

XR Traversal Experience(XR穿越體驗特展)

The exhibition includes three themes: XR Evolution Explanation, AR Interactive Experience and VR360 Degree Crossing Experience. XR Evolution Explanation: Explaining the past, present and future of XR technology through pictures and text.AR Interactive Experience: The audience can see different virtual objects by moving a special magnifying glass in the same location. VR360 is the first platform VR experience in Taiwan .One machine is a large amusement park. Each with a variety of experience items for the rider to choose from. It can rotate 360 degrees. This exciting and educational play experience is educational and safe, and parents are relieved that their children are having fun. In addition, new play programs are being added to the console, and fun contents continue to be added, so it is worth visiting again.   Exhibition Date: 7 September 111 to 6 September 112 XR Crossing Experience : For safety reasons, only those who meet the following rules are allowed to experience   1. Height above 110cm (120cm) and below 200cm   2. Weight above 20kg and below 100kg   3. Under 12 years of age must be accompanied by their parents.   4. No heart disease, hypertension, cerebral hemorrhage, asthma, congenital epilepsy, pregnant women, osteoporosis, habitual dislocation, dizziness, intoxication or obvious unconsciousness are required.  

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Good Meal Time on Eatrh

Good Meal Time on Eatrh

To increase interest among younger generations to join environmental education, Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE) has been hosting the Climate Change Painting Competition for 12 years since 2009. This year, the painting competition theme is “Good Mealtime on Earth,” which stands for the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 2 (Zero Hunger), SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production), and SDG 13 (Climate Action). The event is to raise public awareness of food issues, and young and adult participants will discuss the topics of recycled tableware and how to support local farmers.   All awarded artworks in domestic group will be exhibited in the MRT Zhongxiao Fuxing station and the National Science and Technology Museum. We expect that the younger generation’s artworks will present their deep concerns and actions on climate change to the public.   The Climate Change Painting Competition is co-supervised by the Ministry of Education, the Environmental Protection Administration, and the Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan.

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teamLab Future Park & Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives(teamLab未來遊樂園&與花共生的動物們)

teamLab Future Park & Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives(teamLab未來遊樂園&與花共生的動物們)

Internationally renowned, teamLab interactive art exhibition The complete nine major works move to Southern Taiwan for the first time! 2022 travel first choice & must visit《teamLab Future Park & Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives》 Children and adults are crazy for the dazzling art works of "teamLab Future Park & Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives", which attracted 200,000 visitors in Taipei. The complete nine artworks of this super-popular exhibition has been decided to move to Kaohsiung of Southern Taiwan for the first time! It’s going to commence at the National Science and Technology Museum this June!   The works have gained tens of millions of Facebook、Instagram Check-ins all over the world to date from the internationally renowned teamLab ,. "teamLab Future Park & Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives" will create nine interactive spaces with high ceilings, and through the interplay of technology, art, and interaction, a mega immersive dream world will be created for visitors. In "teamLab Future Park", there is no moment of repetition. The light and image changes, radiant colors, and ecological cycles inside will create an exclusive art and technology space because of your participation and different actions.   One of the highlights of this exhibition in Taiwan is "Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives Ⅱ", here You can quietly watch the animals covered in colorful flowers walking around freely. The flowers will be born, bloom and then wither on the animals. You can also touch the flowers. The second you touch them, the flowers will wither and scatter, and in turn the animals will disappear. The latest upgraded version of "Hopscotch for Geniuses", released in 2020, uses an enveloping spatial vision to link the interactive image changes that result from bouncing on successive patterns, combined with lively music strings to add to the resonant experience. Not only increases the interactive fun, but also creates diverse and rich visual effects. There is also the " Sliding through the Fruit Field", popular with people of all ages, where you represent the sun and slide down, producing a series of colliding. Seeds start to sprout, and fruits start to grow. Whether you take pictures or make videos, you can create a unique light record exclusively for yourself.   A must visit in this lifetime! Those who haven't been there, those who want to go but haven't had a chance to see the exhibition in Taipei, and those who want to see the exhibition again, you must not miss it again! The anticipated theme park this summer and the stunning experience are all at ”teamLab Future Park” Kaohsiung 2022! ▲Exhibition date:2022/6/24~10/11 09:00~17:00 from Mon. to Sun. (stop ticket sales and admission at 16:30) ▲Exhibition place:National Science and Technology Museum, the 4th & 5th Special Exhibition Gallery ▲Website ▲Facebook ▲Instagram  

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Stationery Island Adventure Special Exhibition(文具島大冒險)

Stationery Island Adventure Special Exhibition(文具島大冒險)

What pen can use in space? How did early erasers erase handwriting? What kind of scissors is the most labor-saving? Invention begins with human needs and imagination. The appearance of each stationery is closely related to the history of human evolution. For modern people, in addition to functionality, stationery must also take into account beauty and storytelling. Come to the National Science and Technology Museum and discover the secrets of stationery with us!   There will be a total of 8 exhibition areas and 6 hands-on activities. With the theme of “stationery, cultural creativity, and design,” the stationery island rich in knowledge and fun is created, linking the history, science, and creativity of stationery. Stationery with historical significance and stories are exhibited and there are many cute animals on the island transformed from stationery such as scissors, erasers, utility knives, etc. There are also various settings such as “tunnel”, “forest”, “tribe”, “swamp”, “grassland”, etc., for the visitors to have hands-on activities and take beautiful photos. After entering the exhibition, the visitors will receive an adventure lamp, an exhibition map, and hands-on materials. Follow the instructions on the map and complete various hands-on activities and tasks in this specially designed exhibition hall and learn about stories behind the invention of stationery, its scientific principles, and the scenarios for actual application . Enormous stationery installation arts are also available to take photos as mementos. There are precious stationery collections of many well-known stationery collectors, artists, and influencers, as well as the printed classic collections of the National Science and Technology Museum available that will fascinate you. Shops are set up in the exhibition hall to sell limited edition stationery and carefully selected goods. We welcome everyone who visits the island to take on this stationery adventure!

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Life in Miniature Exhibition(微縮人生)

Life in Miniature Exhibition(微縮人生)

More than 60 dioramas of Japanese and Taiwanese daily life on display at “Life in Miniature Exhibition” in Kaohsiung Miniature artists Hank Cheng from Taiwan and Takuji Yamada from Japan have teamed up to create a delightful art exhibit showcasing their works. The artists have created over 60 dioramas depicting life in Taiwan and Japan, from the city streets to people’s daily life. The intricate detail of their works will surprise and delight visitors, who are certain to recognize details of the miniature scenes. In addition to scenes of life in the modern era, there are also historical dioramas depicting Taiwan and Japan as they were during different decades of the 20th century.   Hank Cheng has created some amazing pieces inspired by Taiwan’s streetscapes, traditional general stores and his own childhood memories. He is known for using common household items and waste materials to create tiny versions that look as though they have really been used within his miniature world. Yamada, who grew up during Japan’s Showa era, was inspired by many scenes from his youth, like heading off to school in the winter or spending time at home with his family. He excels at crafting scenes of people interacting and displaying realistic emotions. With dioramas depicting scenes of daily life, the exhibition offers a slice of Taiwan and Japan without having to travel far. Visitors can experience what life was like in the 1920s to 1989.   The exhibition is being held during the winter vacation 2022. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy some spectacular, but tiny, views of Taiwan and Japan.   ▲Exhibition date:2022/01/13~04/10                  09:00~17:00 from Mon. to Sun. (stop ticket sales and admission at 16:30)                  (If there is any change in the opening hours of the exhibition, please refer to the on-site announcement.) ▲Exhibition place:National Science and Technology Museum, the 4th Special Exhibition Gallery ▲Organizer:UdnFunLife Co., Ltd., HANK TOWN Diorama Factory, and National Science and Technology Museum ▲Website ▲Facebook  

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Underwater Archaeology-Underwater Cultural Heritage Multi-media Interactive Exhibition

Underwater Archaeology-Underwater Cultural Heritage Multi-media Interactive Exhibition

Supervised by: Ministry of Culture Organizer:National Science and Technology Museum、Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture Co-organizer: Cultural Affairs Department, Lienchiang Country Goverment, Yilan County Lanyang Museum Description: This exhibition is cooperated by the National Science and Technology Museum and the Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture and it’s the first time that underwater archaeology exhibits in Southern Taiwan.  By using interactive multimedia installations such as 360-degree Theater, VR (virtual reality), and AR (augmented reality), the exhibition creates an underwater shipwreck scenario with underwater archaeological work scenes.  It presents the history of Taiwan’s shipwrecks and the achievements of underwater archaeological works in recent years by bringing the visitors a fun and accessible experience and promotes the core value of underwater cultural heritage.  There are 6 themes for visitors to explore: Underwater Time Capsule, Exploring the Sea Surrounding Taiwan, Returning to Underwater Sites, Technology for Underwater Archaeology, Revealing the Sunken Truth, and Sustainability and Promotion to promote the core value of underwater cultural heritage.  Welcome to the "Underwater Archaeology" Exhibition and enjoy your trip here!

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