Industrial-Academic Cooperation
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Industrial-Academic Cooperation
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), originally established as the National Science Council (NSC), Executive Yuan on February 1, 1959, is the government agency dedicated to scientific and technological (S&T) development.  Its three main missions are promoting nationwide S&T development, supporting academic research, and developing science parks.  In this age of knowledge economy, S&T innovation has become the key driver of economic growth and national progress.  As such, the NSC was reorganized and became MOST on March 3, 2014 with a new industrial partnership and encouraging innovation; on the other hand, it reinforces the impetus for R&D in industry, fosters S&T creativity, asssists startups and support industrial development.

MOST website:

It is the goal of National Taiwan University (NTU) to become a tiptop Chinese academic institution as well as a world-class university in the 21st century.  To achieve this goal, the Office of Research and Development (ORD) has made active efforts to promote academic research and development in school and worked out full-fledged plans to optimize the environment for researches and industrial-academic cooperation.  Facilities for researches and energy for industrial-academic cooperation have been reinforced.  School recourses have been consolidated to facilitate collaborative researches, train human resources for basic researches and encourage across-the-board upgrades in every field to achieve key breakthroughs in order to attract both domestic and foreign first-rate talents, increase derivative profits from intellectural property, and secure the leadership of NTU in academic research in Taiwan as well as sustainable progress.

NTU ORD website:

The facutly of the National Taiwan University College of Management (NTU CoM) strives to provide strategic advice, policy guidance, practical applications, etc..  Their work generates courses, academic programs, community outreach, working papers, published research, and assist in building partnerships in furtherance of among NTU CoM research community, academics, industry, and government.

source: MOST; NTU ORD