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  • Audrey Tang confident in new minister’s digital expertise

    Audrey Tang, Taiwan’s Digital Affairs Minister, confidently initiates the transition to Huang Yen-nun, an expert in cybersecurity and AI, with hopes for new legislation on electronic signatures and cybersecurity to be passed before Huang takes office.
    2024/04/24 18:07
  • Chen Chien-jen to return to Academia Sinica after May 20

    Here is a meta description for the story: Premier Ch’en Chien-jen respects cabinet appointments, believes future cabinet will make Taiwan better. President-elect Lai Ch’ing-te announces Cho Jung-t’ai as Premier, who reveals first wave of cabinet members. Ch’en to return to Academia Sinica after May 20.
    2024/04/15 17:39
  • Premier Chen to step down, eyes return to academia

    Premier Chen Chien-jen announces his term conclusion on May 20 as agreed with President Tsai Ing-wen. Amid speculation of an extended tenure, Chen expresses his intent to return to Academia Sinica.
    2024/02/27 16:57
  • Premier Chen eyes return to academia post-May

    Premier Chen Chien-jen expresses his desire to return to academic research at Academia Sinica after May 20. He hopes to continue serving humanity through his academic pursuits, which have always been his passion. President-elect Lai Ching-te is confident in his well-thought-out arrangements for cabinet positions, aligning with the people’s expectations. Lai intends to recruit capable individuals for ministerial and agency head positions, regardless of their political affiliation.
    2024/01/30 18:07
  • Taiwan unveils first home-built 5-qubit quantum computer

    President Tsai Ing-wen visited a quantum computer project funded by the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) and Academia Sinica, witnessing the creation of Taiwan’s first self-developed, five-qubit superconducting complete system quantum computer. The president praised Academia Sinica for developing the five-qubit quantum computer in just two years and expressed her hopes for the quantum team to maintain Taiwan’s important position in the field. Academia Sinica’s president, James C. Liao, announced that the institution will continue investing in the quantum base, transitioning from basic experimental development to practical application through vertical integration. Academia Sinica has accumulated significant research and development capabilities in quantum technology, including achievements in quantum computer chip design, production, and state control and reading techniques for quantum bits. In 2023, Academia Sinica successfully developed Taiwan’s first five-qubit quantum chip and made the quantum computer system available on the cloud for partner testing, placing Taiwan among the countries with self-made superconducting quantum computers. This accomplishment has had a significant impact on domestic quantum technology research, serving as a demonstration and inspiration for further advancements.
    2024/01/29 17:13
  • Chiayi residents least likely to marry in Taiwan: survey

    Chiayi City Councilor Cheng Kuang-hung has raised concerns about the declining birthrate in Chiayi and the city’s residents being the least willing to marry compared to other Taiwanese cities. A survey conducted in 2018 with over 8,000 Taiwanese netizens revealed that the number of newborns in Chiayi has been consistently decreasing over the past decade. In 2014, there were 2,100 newborns, but by September 2023, the figure had dropped to 845. Unmarried individuals aged 25-44 accounted for more than half of the population in Chiayi, with 52.52% being unmarried. Men in this age group had a higher unmarried rate of 58.86% compared to women at 46.37%. Cheng suggested that government policies and budget allocations should be redirected towards encouraging early marriage and childbirth instead of focusing solely on post-marriage childbirth subsidies and childcare. Academia Sinica also recommended promoting marriage and procreation at younger ages to address the declining birth rates. The Executive Yuan established a dedicated office in 2018 to combat the declining birthrate, investing over NT$40 billion in recent years.
    2023/11/16 20:38
  • Noise pollution impacts health: Taiwan NGO

    As urbanization continues around the world, an increasing number of people must endure daily exposure to traffic noise and man-made disturbances. However, noise pollution can contribute to health problems, as outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO).
    2023/08/24 19:16
  • 立委促中研院外文名稱正名 廖俊智:院內意見分歧

    民進黨立委范雲今天質詢時再次促請中研院儘快將外文名稱「Academia Sinica」正名,以免被誤解為「中國科學院」。對此,中研院長廖俊智表示,院內各單位已作相當廣泛討論,意見相當分歧。
    2020/10/22 14:59
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