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August 29th, 2010

KUSTAR students undergo training during a three week scientific trip to Taiwan

Abstract:
Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR) sent a group of students on a three-week scientific trip to Taiwan. Students visited a number of highly esteemed scientific, cultural and research institutions, and were trained on the most advanced nanotechnology practices and micro mechanical systems.
The trip started in the Taiwanese capital, Taipei, where the students visited the Institute of Physics at "Academia Sinica" and were informed about the Taiwan National Science and Technology Program for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. They also visited the Taiwan International Graduate Program and its advanced scientific and research facilities. Moreover, the students visited the National Taiwan University where they were briefed on the Nanotechnology Human Resource Development Program (NHRD), the Center for Microscopy and Nano Analysis (CMNA) and the Micro Electro Mechanical System Research Center (MEMS). During their free time, they stopped to visit the infamous Taipei 101 Tower and the National Palace Museum.

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