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November 30th, 2004
In response to a projected shortage of science and technology manpower, top students will be granted up to NT$1.3 million to pursue advanced degrees overseas.
12 major fields were identified in which the country should promote study. They are basic science; biotechnology; graphic design; digital content; information and communication; semiconductor technology; energy; environmental and marine sciences; nanotechnology ...
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