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Special Exhibition of Work Safety

Special Exhibition of Work Safety

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Formosa 2- Exhibition of Sky Images Sent by the Formsa-2 Satellite

Formosa 2- Exhibition of Sky Images Sent by the Formsa-2 Satellite

Would you like to see a bird's-eye view of the “Palm Islands”- the manmade islands built with over 92 million square meters of sands and stones? Or maybe you want to see the main stadium of World Games 2009 in Kaohsiung from 890km in space? From May 26th, the National Museum of Science & Technology teams up with the National Space Program Office to host the Formosa 2- Exhibition of Sky Images Sent by the Formsa-2 Satellite, which will bring you a whole new experience; just follow the sky images, they will show you a view of the world from a very different angle.The National Space Program Office was founded in October 1991 by the Executive Yuan, aiming to lay a foundation for the nation's development of space technologies, as well as the resources for the future competitions in the space market and application industries. The National Space Program Office is in charge of implementing the Nation's satellite programs, promoting academic and industrial development, upgrading the Nation's development capacities in space technologies, and facilitating the development of added value. The Formosa-2 Satellite is the first exclusive satellite of the nation; the program was planned and implemented by the National Space Program Office. Its mission is to fulfill the needs of the users in the Nation and is currently used for land survey, agriculture and forest planning, environmental surveillance, disaster assessment, scientific research, and education. The Formosa-2 Satellite's special “daily revisit” function is a pioneer design in the global industry and, since its launch in May 21st 2004, it has not only sent back numerous valuable images, but also supplied image services and data during global disasters at the very first instance. Indeed, it plays a significant role in Taiwan's actions for humanitarian aid. To showcase the achievement of the Formosa-2 Satellite, the National Space Program Office teams up with the National Museum of Science & Technology to bring you the Formosa 2- Exhibition of Sky Images Sent by the Formsa-2 Satellite, which will be opened for three months from May 26th 2009 at the Exhibition Hall of National Museum of Science & Technology. This exhibition features three main themes: 1.Achievements Through the Years    Since its launch in 2004, the Formosa-2 Satellite has executed remote missions to photograph over a million of photos globally. This exhibition features selected  photos that are representative to significant events over the years with brief descriptions of the photos and events. Events, including the first image sent by Formosa-2 Satellite, the Dongsa Atoll, South Asia Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, and Sichuan Earthquake, are specially featured in this exhibition. 2.Sights and Sounds of Kaohsiung   This section features the history of Kaohsiung, starting from ancient maps of Kaohsiung and leading th audiences through the development of Kaohsiung City. A giant satellite image of the Kaohsiung and Pingtung area will be the center piece of this section, which marks the main destinations in today's Kaohsiung Metropolitan area. This section features the World Games 2009 in Kaohsiung, showcasing the satellite images of the different competition fields and documented the development of the main stadium, including images from a piece of land to the grand opening. 3.The National Space Program   This section features texts and graphics illustrating the satellite programs of the National Space Program Office; several multimedia video clips are also available to introduce the development and achievements of the Formosa-2 Satellite. The launch vehicle and satellite model of the Formosa-2 Satellite will also be exhibited onsite, bringing the audiences up-close contact with the Nation's first satellite in the space. The Formosa-2 Satellite is designed to have 5 years of service life; by May 21st, Formosa-2 turns five years old. Over the five years, staffs at the National Space Program Office continued to seek technology breakthroughs, especially in global disaster, environmental, and atmosphere/lightening strike surveillance; their efforts are to be remembered in history. Under the care of the satellite team, Formosa-2 is now functioning in optimum condition and will continue to bring the Nation endless data and serve as a good guardian for the world.  

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Panda Long-stay

Panda Long-stay

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Workers of Southern Taiwan

Workers of Southern Taiwan

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2009 (49th) Kaohsiung City Primary and Secondary School Science Fair

2009 (49th) Kaohsiung City Primary and Secondary School Science Fair

“The Future of Kaohsiung- Kaohsiung City Primary and Secondary School Science Fair” 2009 (49th) Kaohsiung City Primary and Secondary School Science Fair Kaohsiung City Bureau of Education teams up with the National Museum of Science & Technology to host the Kaohsiung City 49th Kaohsiung City Primary and Secondary School Science Fair; the event is co-organized by Zheng-Xing Junior High School, and the competitions and activities will be launched on April 23rd. This year's theme is “The Future of Kaohsiung”, and aims to encourage the potential of young students and inspire creativity. This year's Science Fair is arranged in four groups- Primary School, Junior High School, High School, and Technical School. A total of 417 projects entered the competition for six major categories- physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, mathematics, and applied science. The science projects are fun and interesting and will be judged on April 23rd. The winners will be selected onsite and an award ceremony will be held 9:30am on April 25th at the Triangular Hall of the Museum. The award ceremony will commend the outstanding winners and the event is open to the public for free. Teachers and students will have free access to the exhibitions during the Science Fair upon presentation of IDs. An event filled with infinite creativity will be launched at the National Science and Technology Museum and you are invited to this annual festivity of fun creativity. To encourage participation, a Q&A activity will also be held onsite and many fantastic prizes are waiting for the winners, including foldable bicycles and mp4 players. So, come out and join us in the carnival. Time: April 25th to May 3rd 2009 Location: Underground Exhibition Halls I and II Award Ceremony: 9:30am April 25th 2009 (Sat.) Location: First Floor Triangular Hall Lucky Draw Time: May 3rd 2009 (Sun.) Location: First Floor Triangular Hall

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The 6th Kaohsiung International Instruments Show 2009

The 6th Kaohsiung International Instruments Show 2009

Since 1991, the Kaohsiung International Instruments Show has been held every three years; this year marks the sixth show. This show introduces the newest instruments to the industry and facilitates academic discussions, aiming to facilitate the upgrade of the Nation's technology, promote industrial upgrade, and expedite the development of the Southern Taiwan regions. The International Instruments Show services the Pingtung Biotechnology Park, Luzhu Science and Technology Park, the Southern Environmental Technology Park and Kaohsiung Software Park by bringing users into direct contact with suppliers. Through this mutually beneficial event, businesses gain an opportunity to share and exchange technologies; it is an event that not only facilitates expedited industrial upgrade but also effectively lifts Taiwan's international competitiveness. §Organizer: Kaohsiung Instruments Commercial Association §Supervisor Organizations: Bureau of Social Services, Kaohsiung City Government Bureau of Education, Kaohsiung City Government Kaohsiung Chamber of Commerce §Date and Time:From March 19th (Thu.) to March 21st (Sat.) 2009 / 9:30am thru 5:30pm §Location:Temporary Exhibition Hall II and III, National Museum of Science & Technology Museum I.Foreword   Since 1991, the Kaohsiung International Instruments Show has been held every three years; this year marks the sixth show. This show introduces the newest instruments to the industry and facilitates academic discussions, aiming to facilitate the upgrade of the Nation's technology, promote industrial upgrade, and expedite the development of the Southern Taiwan regions. The International Instruments Show services the Pingtung Biotechnology Park, Luzhu Science and Technology Park, the Southern Environmental Technology Park and Kaohsiung Software Park by bringing users into direct contact with suppliers. Through this mutually beneficial event, businesses gain an opportunity to share and exchange technologies; it is an event that not only facilitates expedited industrial upgrade but also effectively lifts Taiwan's international competitiveness.   II.Mission:   Through this mutually beneficial event, businesses gain an opportunity to share and exchange technologies; in turn, this event promotes expedited industrial upgrade to create international competitiveness.   III.The Exhibition 1.Physics and chemistry laboratory instruments and attachments. 2.Biological Technologyinstruments and attachments. 3.Environmental and work safety instruments and attachments. 4.Material testing instruments and attachments. 5.Industrial automation and control instruments and attachments. 6.Electrical and electronic instruments and attachments. 7.Medical instruments, homecare/healthcare instruments, and attachments. 8.Life technology instruments and attachments. 9.Water treatment equipments, instruments and attachments. 10.Food testing instruments and attachments. IV.Gift Giveaway All visitors are will receive a lucky draw ticket Lucky draw time: 11:00 every morning and 4:00 every afternoon during the show. Many gifts are waiting for you, including 10 foldable bicycles every day, for a total of 30 bicycles. 200 free tickets to the National Science and Technology Museum everyday ◎A special Paiwan glass bead-making show is also arranged. ◎Please see the onsite notice for prize claims   V.How to contact the organizer:   Kaohsiung Instruments Commercial Association 4-1F., No. 495, Jianguo 3rd Rd., Sanmin District, Kaohsiung City Tel: (07)201-1611; 215-3289 Fax: (07)201-3289

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The Second Exhibition of Contemporary Sword and Saber Artists in Taiwan

The Second Exhibition of Contemporary Sword and Saber Artists in Taiwan

In recent years, the art of sword and saber has have made a brilliant presentation in the domestic craft competitions and many have won awards of outstanding craftsmanship. This indicates that the making of swords and sabers have gone beyond the traditional realm of technology and ventured into the halls of art. The making of an art sword requires a series of complex procedures; it is an ultimate presentation of the metal forging technology and craft. Therefore, many countries have taken this technology as part of applied science and plastic art. The Second Exhibition of Contemporary Sword and Saber Artists in Taiwan The National Science and Technology Museum invited over ten contemporary swords artists to exhibit their intriguing works, including Chen Rong-Liang's artistic crafts, Kuo Chang-His's modern patterned steel swords, and crafts of other contemporary craft artists- Chen Bo-Cun, Chen Yuan-Fang, Chen Wei-Jun, Chen Rong-Jun, Chen Chong-Ming, Su Jia-Yu, Su Yong-Zheng, Qiu Shi-Yuan, Ou Yi-Zhi, Jian Zheng-Zheng, Huang Shou-Cheng, R. Yeh, Ding Rong-Xian, and You Jing-Xiang. Once again, the craft masters will bring their brilliant designs and amazing craftsmanship. Don't miss it!  <Time> 1.Exhibition of Contemporary  Sword and Saber Artists in Taiwan  February 3rd (Tue.) to march 1st (Sun.) 2009 2.Kuo Chang-Hsi's Modern Patterned Steel Swords  March 3rd (Tue.) to 29th (Sun.) 2009   3.Mr. Chen Rong-Liang's Art Sabers  April 4th (Sat.) to May 3rd (Sun.) 2009 <Location>: Second Floor Art Café

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2008 Digital Art Fair Exhibition

2008 Digital Art Fair Exhibition

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Special Exhibition of 2008 U19 Taiwan Creativity Competition

Special Exhibition of 2008 U19 Taiwan Creativity Competition

To hard-working students and office workers, dozing off is a huge problem, so how do they solve this problem? A group of young students combines creativity with technology to invent the “Dozing-off Stopper”. This Dozing-off Stopper chases away sleepy bugs and energize you for efficient work by refreshing you with extra oxygen generated from the electrolyte water that is recycled and reused in cycles through water condensation. This invention won the best original ideas in the 2008 “U19 Taiwan Creativity Competition” ; everyone gives the ingenious inventors two thumbs up. The 2008 “U19 Taiwan Creativity Competition” is sponsored by the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Ministry of Economic Affairs, National Science Council, Ministry of Education, and Council of Cultural Affairs and the 25 award-winning inventions will be on exhibition at the National Museum of Science & Technology Kaohsiung from December 16th to 28th. The U19 (under 19) Taiwan Creative Competition is now in its third year, and over 600 entries of creative ideas designed by young students under 19 nationwide were received this year. Some of them invent creative ways to improve interpersonal communication and tools to improve the living environment, and some of them come up with wild ideas to make life fun and interesting. These inventions speak the dreams of the young students born and growing up in the high-tech era. To bring the public into the world of creative inventions, this year's U19 exhibition is designed with reinforced interactivity through multimedia technologies. It will be a great opportunity to experience the youthful energy in the wild ideas of the 21st Century generation.

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Recreating Economic Miracles- Exhibition of Key Economic Documents

Recreating Economic Miracles- Exhibition of Key Economic Documents

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