The Collapse of the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica: The CSRSR Simultaneously Grasps the Climate Change
NCU Succeeds in Developing Perovskite Solar modules with High Efficiency
The Research Center for New Generation Photovoltaics at NCUhas leaded by professor Chun-Guey Wu has developed a new-generation perovskite solar module that can convert indoor light into power sufficient to charge a lithium battery. Results of the research have been published in February, 2016 on Nature Photonics, a top prestige journal of the photonic science.
The Youngest Brown Dwarfs Discovered by NCU Graduate Institute of Astronomy
PhD student Poshih Chiang and his supervisor Professor Wen-Ping Chen at the Graduate Institute of Astronomy of NCU reported the discovery of two cool, and youngest brown dwarfs known so far.
Exploration in Jurassic World—Research into Serrated Teeth of Theropod Dinosaurs on Scientific Reports
Why were theropod dinosaurs so powerful and dominant in Jurassic Period? The researchers discovered that one of the reasons that made theropod dinosaurs the top of the food chain was the saw-like cutting edges on the side of their teeth. And the structure of these saw-like teeth resembled springs very much, rendering the teeth uneasy to crack. The findings were published in the internationally renowned journal Scientific Reports on 28th July, 2015.
Rosetta 67P Comet Research Published in “Nature”