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January 9th, 2006
Scientists honored for advances
Five scientists were honored yesterday for accomplishments that put Taiwan at the forefront of nanotechnology development, as well as the medical and economic research fields. The five local scientists, from top research institutes, such as the Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University, presented their internationally acclaimed work yesterday, with the endorsement of National Science Council head Wu Maw-kun.
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