The “Five-Party Alliance Industry-Academia Matching Event” was held grandly on the 13th of this month. Co-organized by Taichung Veterans General Hospital Medical Research Department, National Cheng Kung University, National Chung Hsing University, the Central Taiwan Science Park and the Southern Taiwan Science Park ,under the National Science and Technology Commission, this event aims to drive industry-academia collaboration and research innovation, inspiring in-depth cooperation among industry, government, and academia. Its mission is to lead Taiwan’s biotechnology industry to continue shining on the global stage.
The 2023 Asia Biotech Expo, held at Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1, successfully brought together various biotech and pharmaceutical companies from the industry, academia, and research sectors. The four-day exhibition, held from July 27 to July 30, concluded with fruitful collaborations among participating companies and significant public attendance. Not only did it attract business discussions, but also engaged general audiences in exploring new advancements in biotechnology and further boosted industry vitality.
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