NCU International Studies: Changes in Rainfall Characteristics over Taoyuan Because of Anthopogenic Aerosols
Recently Taiwan has been facing severe water shortages; many cities and counties are on the edge of running out of water...
Ripples in the Pond of Magnetic Field Reconnection
New direct evidences are revealed for the interconnection between the solar and geomagnetic fields with the plasma ripples surrounding the core region of magnetic reconnection. The new discovery is published in the October issue of The Astrophysical Journal Letters.
NCU Examines the Three Gorges Dam with Satellite Remote Sensing, Dispelling Doubts of Its Collapse with Science
The Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research (CSRSR) at National Central University (NCU) utilized remote sensing with multi-satellites to examine the flooded areas under the Yangtze River inundation this July in China.
A Breakthrough in Digital Optics: Department of Optics and Photonics Developed A Micro-Optical Imaging System
Imagine that in the future the camera on a smartphone is not only for taking beautiful photos but also serves as a microscope; viruses and bacteria have nowhere to hide.
Smart “Ventilator Alarm System”: An Exemplar of Taiwan’s Medical Research and Development
Dr. Kuo-Kai Shyu, Chair Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering of National Central University, and the medical research team led by Dr. Chin-Pyng Wu, Associate Dean at Landseed International Hospital, co-developed the smart “ventilator alarm system.”