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Nano
-
Technology &
Application
:


Analys
i
s &

Investm
ent
Opportunities


Department of Investment Services,

Ministry of Economic Affairs
Table of Content
s

I.

Global Trend
s
in

Nano
-
Technologies and
Applications

Develop
ment

................................
...........

1

(I)

Global emerging industry
-

Nano
-
technology industry
...........................

1

(II)

Commercial opportunities on nanotechnology can be expected

............

3

II.

The Status
of
the
Nano
-
tecnonlogy
and Applications
in Taiwan

................................
................................
.......

5

(I)

Supply & Demand

................................
................................
..................

5

(II)

Analysis of a
Gap in
the
Industry Supply Chain, Investment Niche
,

and
Prospective Foreign I
nvestor

................................
................................
.

6

(III)

Major Suppliers in Taiwan

................................
................................
...

10

III.

Optim
um

Investment Items

for Foreign Investors

12

(I)

Semiconductor and Optoelectronic industries

................................
.....

12

(II)

Energy industry

................................
................................
....................

13

(III)

Traditional industries

................................
................................
............

13

(IV)

Biomedical Industries

................................
................................
...........

14

IV.

Successful Examples of Cross
-
Border

Stra
tegic
Alliance
s

and Foreign Investment in Taiwan

..........

15

(I)

University of California, Berkeley, USA

................................
.............

15

(II)

National Research Co
uncil of Canada

................................
.................

16

V.

Industr
y

Investment Incentives

................................

17

VI.

Industry
-
Academia Collaboration in Taiwan

.........

20


1

I.

Global Trend
s

in

Nano
-
Technologies and
A
pplications

Development

(I)


Global emerging industry
-

Nano
-
technology industry

Nanotechnology has provided a new path for material innovation
.

These

new materials are not only lighter bu
t also stronger and flexible, and the
material
has the characteristics of high sensibility, multifunctions, and
intelligence. Therefore, nanotechnology industry will be the prime mover for
industry develoment in 21st century.
Apart from
qu
antum effect and surface
effect, the bottom up assembly concept has
overthrown the conventional top
down material manufacturing methods
.

T
he development of nanotechnology
and its applications will
give

the industry
cheap and mass pro
ductionable
new materials and products.

Nanotechnology is
a technology of
controlling matters
under

nanoscale to create and utilize
the

material, structure, device or system.
Nanostructure is through the control ability at atom, molecular and

supermolecular level to produce a bigger structure of new molecular structure
.

The materials

possess original
physical
, chemical and biological
characteristics and phenomena, wherein it is mainly caused by the
nano
-
quantum dimensional eff
ect and surface effect, thereby changing the
melting point, magnetism, heat resistance, electrical potential energy, optical
properties, chemical activity, surface energy and catalysticities of matter to
produce particular properties so as to trigger new a
pplications.

In the past, nanotechnology is mainly appealing to investigate
characteristics mentioned above for effectively manufacturing and utilizing
these structures. Nowadays, the objective of nanotechnology is mainly
through controlling the strcutures

or devices of atom, molecular or giant
molecular scale to explore the characteristics, and futher to manufacture or

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use these devices. Therefore, nanotechnology is creating a new wave of
technological revolution and industries
.

I
t will impose overal
l impact on
human life, extending all over in industries such as energy storage,
optoelectronics, computers, recording media, mechanical tools, medicines,
gene engineering, environment and resources, material and chemical
industries, etc. Not only our beha
viors may be changed, but also the essence
of the matters made by us will be changed.
With

the expected impact brought
by nanotechnology on new material, new characteristics and new devices,
new applications and its established precision me
asurement technologies,
the
top priority task for the technically advanced countries is
to convert the
characteristics of nanotechnology into concret economical effectiveness in
practical
application
.


Field of Application for Nano
-
Techonolgy industry

Source
:
IT IS

project

consolidated by the this research
,
2007/12






3

Nanotechnology commercialization schedule


Source
:
ITIS

project

Consolidated by this research
,
2007/12


(II)

Commercial

opportunities on nanotechnology can be expected

According to the prediction
from

the joint research survey by Janpanese
Mitsubish research institute and Japanese Nikkei news agency, the
total
industrial value in nanotechnology relevant industries
around the globe
is
expected to re
ach USD178.6 billion by 2010, mainly in the fields of
information elctronics, nanomaterial, energy and environment, aerospace
industries and life science, etc.


4

Prediction of Nanotechnology Industry Market

Unit:
US$1
Billion

Items of survey

Year
2005

Year
2010

Molecular electronics material

0.27

2.07

Quantum Apparatus

0.26

1.29

magnetic material for High density
recording media

25.30

89.54

Material for optical recording media

9.64

16.79

Next Generation super
-
recording media

4.72

15.24

Thin fi
lm manufacture device

1.75

1.75

Semi
-
conductor
manufacturing

device

22.85

29.86

Super
-
Precision Processing device

1.89

2.77

Nano
-
grade inspection machine

0.13

0.34

Micro
-
machine

4.69

7.22

carbon cluster, carbon nanotube

0.13

0.27

Intelligent material

0.96

1.06

High selective, high performance
catalyst material

0.54

0.64

Photocatalyst material

0.54

1.74

Molecular design of protein

0.14

0.17

Bio
-
reactor

0.58

1.30

Gene therapy medicine

4.06

4.21

Gene diagnosis

0.34

1.00

Medical micro
-
instrument

0.
27

1.12

Bio
-
detector

0.41

1.11

Total

79.49

178.63

Source

Joint survey by Mistsubish Research Institute and Nikkei news agency

consolidated by this
research

2007/12


5

II.

The Status
of
the
Nano
-
tecnonlogy

and Applications

in
Taiwan

(I)


Supply & Demand

The

effect of new ma
terials, new characteristics,
new devices, new
applications, and the built
-
up precision measurement techniques produced by
nanotechnology spreads all over the fields, including energy storage,
optoelectronics, computers, recording media, mechanical too
ls, medicines,
gene engineering, environment and resources, material and chemical
industries, to lead to
technological

revolution and innovative industries,
leaving an overall impact on human

s life.

The Taiwan National Science and Technology Pr
ogram for Nanoscience
and Nanotechnology was initiated in 2002 and aims to achieve academic
excellence in basic research and accelerate nanotechnology
commercialization. The program coordinates multidisciplinary and
multiagency research teams in academic r
esearch,
and
promotes
industrialization of nanotechnology. The project has four
segments

academic research excellence, industrial techniques,
talent

cultivation,
and
establishment of core facilities. Further
more
, this project
aims at consumer goods
and chemical, metal and machines, electronic
information, energy and biotech, to set up

Taiwan has invested NTD23.2 billion since 2004 to promote the
five
-
year National Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Program
.

I
n addition
to

the Nanotechnology Researc
h Center established by ITRI, the Nanoscience
Laboratory of Academia Sinica, National nanocomponent laboratory
established by National Science Council, etc.

indicate

that nanotechnology
will be a
n

important target in the future development o
f Taiwan.



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National Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Program is aimed to
establish advanced research facilities and foster relevant research talent
people for creating actual applications in the fields of high technology
manufacturing industries, electroni
c industries and biotechnologies, etc.

60% of
program’s fund
s

are
used for nanotechnology industrializations,
and
the rest of fund
s

are
used

in academic research, research equipments and
talent pe
ople trainings.

The National Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Program
has

entered its
5th year

and

by now, Taiwan researchers have published 3,745 papers in
international journals and obtained 310 oversea patents and 39 domestic
patents. In addition,
technology

transfers under
this

program have
accumulated to 232 cases,
and
high level technology transfers have 184 cases

T
he total monetary amount is 170 million NTD, and
there are

175 companies
in total
have
invested

in nanotech
nology business
.

By 2007,
the

accumulated
investment amount has reached
3.96 billion NTD.
Furthermore, the “Taiwan
Nanoweek" activity
which has been continously held since 2003 has become
an annual grand gathering to offer
an excellent opportunity for demostrating
Taiwan

s nanotechnology strengths. Since its opening, the number of
attendants have been grown stabily, and by 2006, the visitors have been over
10,000 man
-
times.

(II)

Analysis of a
Gap in
the Industry

Suppl
y Chain, Investment Niche
,

and Prospective Foreign Investor

I
n the past twenty years, Taiwan endeavored to involve in the R&D and
manufacture of the semiconductor industry

and
to successfully make itself
ranked 3rd in the semiconductor industry around the

globe.
T
he development
sequence of the semiconductor industry is top
-
down; however,
nanotechnology goes in the
opposite

way, which changes the
model

of
industry

processing
.
T
his fact also changes researchers


concepts about

the
structure of materials

because while materials are minified into the nano level,

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new characteristics will come out, including quantum effect and surface
effect.

The strength of Taiwan manufactring industry is
that

there are many
industries have glob
al competitiveness and market pos
i
tion
.

W
herein these
industries generally possess upstream
-
downsteam supply chain completeness

to quickly transform the technology into products
which

have the core
abilities of flexibility and mass production. T
hese strengths in manufacturing
industry is advantegeous for commercial mass production of
nanotechnologies. Further
more
, Taiwan owns 382 relevant patent rights in
nanotechnology and is ranked as No. 6 in the world
;

therefore, with the
strength of intelli
gen
t

property rights, it shall be possible to find
suitable
international partner for cooperations.


I
n the past two decades, the nanotechnology

s patents burst out with an
amazing growth rate. As NNI stated, there are 22,608 patents
with

na
notechnology in total, while U.S.A at 79%, Japan at 12.4%, France at 3%,
UK at 1.1%, Taiwan at 1%, Korean and Dutch both at 0.9%, Switzland at
0.7%, Italy and Australia respectively at 0.5%. These facts show that Taiwan
owns 382 patents, ranked 6th around
the globe, having the potential on
nanotechnology industry and chances to look for partners.



8

Streng
th

Aanalysis for Taiwan’s strenght intelligence property rights in nanotechnology

Source
:
ITIS project
,
2007/11

To make a comprehensive survey on the global nanotechnolog
y
development, U.S.A has a great advancement on nano
-
structure and
self
-
fabricted techniques, nano powder, nano tube, nano electronic elements,
and nano biotech. Japan has a

competitive edge on nano electronic elements,
and
inorganic nano materials. Franc
e focuses on nano electronics and
positioning system; also
targets on
the
next

generaton

semiconductor
with the
macro
-
nano technology
. England takes the lead in the fields, such as nano
biotechnology
, health care and nano medical science, nano materials,
and
nano measurement. Switzland sees micro
-
nano technology as the targeted
industry.

To analyze the gap of the supply chain of nano technology, the
characteristics of substances alter
for the advance
ment of nano technology.
T
here are new applications in the fields of energy saving, photonics,
computer, recording media, mechanical tools, medical science and medicine,
genetic engineering, environment and resources, chemical industry, to
generate new add
ed value and to enhance the industry

s output value. At
present, the R&D of nano industry in the upstream still fails to get linked
Rank

Patent owner belonging countires

No. of Pantents

1

United States

56,
828

2

Japan

7,574

3

France

2,087

4

United Kingdom

871

5

Switzerland

419

6

Taiwan

382

7

Italy

377

8

Republic of Korea

368

9

Netherlands

308

10

Australia

307


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with the real applications in the downstream. It is because nano technology
generates new applications through minifying mat
erials, with quite a different
industry chain from general industries. Nano technology industry is the
combination of R&D in the upstream and real applications in the downstream.
Now Taiwan is still weak at the foundamental research on nano technology.
The

official authorities promotes

Taiwan National Science and Technology
for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology


and related talents
development

programs; however, the industry still face
s

difficulties of how to bring the
R&D results into real applicat
ions.

The local companies could have a strategic partnership with potential
foreign businesses, such as Oxonica, Xstalbio, Nanoco, Biihler & Drais, to
introduce their nano technologies to shorten the duration of product
commercialization.
I
n addition, the

great competency of Taiwan
semiconductor industry could fully
support

those research institutes on
nanotechnology

and could
even

form strategic alliances to generate business
opportunities.


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(III)


Major Suppliers in Taiwan

Most of Taiwan's nanotechnology companies are large institutitons with
actual capitals over 100 million NTD, and ove
r 100 employees
.

They
ar
e
superior than small companies
,

possess
ing

research capabilities, talent
people and technologies, etc.
;

therefore
,

they have relative strengths in
developing new technologies. Most of the companies in nanotechno
logy
developments are in chemical engineering industry

and
the rest are found in
various industries such as consumption products, metal, mechanical and
electronic industries. In application, most of the
nanotechnology
applications
in Taiwan are in materi
al development and production which reflect

the
influence of local chemical engineering industries

and

the
other

fields of
application also include optoelectronics, biomedicine, energy, inspection and
quantitative testing, etc.
For
t
he source of technol
ogy, most companies

mainly relied on self
-
development or ob
t
ained through research and
development coorperations

but
due to the cross
-
fields characteristics of
nanotechnology, the research and development cooperations are expected to
grow

fur
ther
.

Statistics of Nanotechnology development items in Taiwan

ITEMS

No.

Industries

Source of
Technology

Period for
Manufacturers

Technology source from
multinational technical
cooperation or technology
transfer

Self

domestic

Oversea

R&D

T
rial
Production

Product

Nano
powder

distribution,
grinding and treatment
technology

1

Emerging Company













Nano
-
grade manufacturing
technology

4

Semi
-
conductor,
Chemical













Motorola, Philips, AMD,
Infineon, ITRI

Nano
-
detection/analysis

1

Emerging Company








Service providers

Nano
-
detector instrument

2

Instrumentation












Oversea product agents

nanopowder

4

Chemical, Ceramic













ITRI, Oversea product agents

carbon nanocapsule

2

Chemical










ITRI

chemical/Mecha
nical grinding
fluid

5

chemical, Metal












Academic Sinica, ITRI


11

Photoresist

4

Chemical, paint making












ITRI, Japan, TSMC, Brewer
Science

Nano
-
composite material

15

Chemical, petrochemical,
textile, electronic,
emerging companies













ITRI, AMT Co. Canada

High dielectric material

1

Electronic material











ITRI

Nano IC Soft PCB

1

Emerging Company










Japan

Optical thin film

1

Chemical










ITRI

Magnetic resistance RAM
(MRAM)

2

Semi
-
conductor,
Chemical












IT
RI , BJAST China

Nanotube emission displayer

2

Optoelectronics, electrical
machinery











ITRI, domestic universities

Organic light emitting device
displayer

2

Optoelectronics











Cambridge display tech.
(CDT),UK and Kodak

High density optic
al disk

1

Optoelectronics










National Taiwan
University

Electromagnetic insulator film

1

Chemical













ITRI and USA

Coating

2

Paper industry, emerging
company









ITRI

Nano
-
grade ink
-
jet pigment

5

Chemical, electronics











Bathro
om facilities

3

Bathing room equipment,
ceramics












ITRI

Antibacterial, deordering
photoresist product


Consumer products,
emerging companies











Japan, Academic Sinica

Functional fiber, textile products

1

Chemical, petrochemical,
textile













Deputy for
oversea

products

UV resistance thermal
insulating paper for automobile

1

Automobile Material










ITRI

Cold
cathode

fluorescent light
tube

1

Optoelectronics












DNA
-
IC

1

Biotechnology










Cosmetic and skin ca
re products

4

Biotechnology











NCU, NTU

Medicine
, health food

1

Biotechnology, medicine












APN Co. of USA

Nano
-
material electrical cables


wire and cables










Domestic Universities

Source
:
IT
IS project
,
2007/11



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III.


Optim
um
Investment Items

for Foreign Investors

T
hroughout
the development of the nanotechnology industry in Taiwan,
it have been under the great endeavoring promotion by the official authorities
and the integration of the nation
-
wide resources in n
anotechnology
among

academics, research institutes and i
n
dustries
.

T
he
revenues
generated
by
Taiwan's nanotechnology industry is respectively expected to reach USD13
billion by 2008 and USD47 billion by 2012. Among them, the biggest pa
rt of
the revenues will be from semi
-
conductor, optoelectronic, energy and
traditional industries
.

Also, currently, Taiwan is

actively promot
ing

biomedical industr
ies

suitble

for foreign investments.

(I)


Sem
iconductor and Optoelectronic industries

With
the
coming

age of nan
o
manufacturing for semiconductors, all
manufacturers are devoted to develop
ing

high level nanomanufacturing
process. Hence,
because

the complete semiconducto
r development
environment

in Taiwan
, the development of nanomanfacturing process for
semiconductors is the unavoidable trend.

As for photonics, at optical information, such as CD
-
ROM
, image
scanner, fax, lazer printer, and at photonic elements, such as

LED, LCD,
though Taiwan optoelectronic industry has a relatively strong assembly
capability and a complete industrial background, the ability to master core
technologies and develop key components is yet to be further strengthened
.

T
herefore, internatio
nal manufacture
r
s are encouraged to take this
opportunity
to join the research and development efforts
in order
to
match

the
targets of promoting industry upgrade, elevat
e

technology levels, promot
e

product attached values, and streng
th

competitiveness, etc., thereby hoping to
gain the leading position in the global optoelectronic market.


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(II)

Energy industry

Due to the demand for new energy sources, all countries are endeavored
to
new energy development
.
,
T
he domes
tic researches are

driven by the
developing
trend
, such as the proton exchange membrane fuel cell
technology developed, fuel
-
cell piles, fuel regenerator and key materials
developed by the Energy and Environment Reasearch Lab. of ITRI
.

T
he
edeavoring
development
s

by Material Labs. of ITRI and INER
are
in the key
components mainly for consumer electronics, computuer
, and communication
(3C) products as well as power supplies. Academic Sinica
concentrates

on the
material res
earch including the designs and

developme
nt

in eletrode catalyst,
carbon electrode, gas diffusion layer, graphite composite bipolar plates, and
fuel
-
cell piles, etc. Taiwan hopes to combine both the domestic and over
s
ea
s

research capabilities by introd
ucing manufacturers for key materials,
application systems or detecting technologies and manufacturing
equipements as well as manufacturers for various electronic application
products to accelerate
the

development of Taiwan

s energy industry.

(III)


Traditional

industries

Tradi
tional industries include plastics and clay industry, dyestuff industry,
stains industry, oil ink industry, tex
tile and fiber industry, inorganism and pot
material industry, metal industry, machinery industry, paper
-
making industry,
nanop
owder application industry, which all could generate new profits
through combining with nanotechnology. Most Taiwan's manufacturers have

built solid foundation

for

years to commercialize technologies
;

hence,

from
investor
s


persepectives
,
regardless of the
introduction of upstream material
or manufacturing technologies, or the endeavors by downstream product
application manufacturers, Taiwan

s strength in rapid commercialization can
always be combined to q
u
ic
kly grasp the first opportinity for entering the
market
.


14

(IV)


Biomedical Industries

Nanotechnolgy
application

in the biomedicine field will be a fast
growing market to become a new emerging industry
with

billions US dollars
level. Through the
strong

support by the government, Taiwan is devoted to
the research and development in medical equipments and Chinese herbal
medicine technologies, and push for clinical applications in home care and
biochips so as to further drive efforts in the fields of elect
ronics,
communication, hospital and insurance. It is expected that nanotechnology
applications in illness screening, and the development

of advanced hearing
aid through combination of medicine, electro
nic communication and material
will have good results
. The industry focuses on the technical development for
Chinese herbal medicine cosmetic products. Taiwan hopes to combine the
domestic and oversea
s

research energy

through introducing the technologies
in medical equipments and application systems, or man
ufacturers in dector
technologies and manufacturing equipments
,
thereby
accelerat
ing

the
development footsteps in biomedicine industries.


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IV.

Successful Examples of Cross
-
Border

Strategic
Alliance
s

and Foreign Investment in Taiwan

At

prese
nt, the technology transfer and strategic cooperations all exist
between laboratories in the academic field.
Perhaps t
he companies are not
willing to show their research results.
T
herefore, at the present stage, only the
international strategic coopera
tions between academic institutes could be
offered as examples.


(I)


University of California, Berkeley, USA

ITRI established an alliance with UC berkeley, USA in 2004. Since then,
ITRI has set up a research and development center in the campus of UC for a
fi
ve
-
year and cross
-
pacific research cooperation in the fields of biomedicine,
nano, material, energy
and

engineering applications, mainly to support
research in nanotechnologies. Regarding potential markets after the alliance,
the initial stage research is
mainly in the technical fields of nano, energy and
biomedicines and their applications, particularly for the rapidly growing
industries in Asiapacific area.

The biggest differe
n
ce between
the

cooperation mechanism
with

ITRI
and UC berkely and IT
RI

s other international cooperation models is
that

the

single technical field

,

single discipline department

, or

similar discipline
departments
.


L
eading type
cooperation models in the past are replaced by
integrating
with
the resources of the

Cros
s
-
field

, and

Cross
-
departments


for the main appeal, thereby personnel interchange, join thesis publishment,
and join sharing the intelligence property rights (IP) can be performed by
both sides on the commonly cooperating
platform
structure.

At present, the
topics of cooperations include: 1. Development of nanoline and superlattice
thermoelectric technology application platform, 2. Energy phase change and
storage, 3. Biological and chemical s
ensors, 4. Solar optoelectronic

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technology, 5. Miroreactors, 6. nanograde energy conversion technologies,
etc.


(II)

National Research Council of Canada

The
National Research Council of Canada

(
NRC
) is the primary
research and development institute for Can
a
da g
overnment. NRC has branch
research insitutes distributing across every provinces of Canada
.

NRC

mainly
engages in high technology research
with

fields of research covering
biotechnology, physics, chemistry, nanoscience, enviroment, information and
comm
unication, oceanscience, agriculture techno
l
ogy, aerospace technology
and fuel cell technology, etc.

Since the cooperation memo signed by National Science Council (NSC)
and NRC in 1997, both sides continuously support relevant cooperative
research progra
ms by researchers of both sides in basic science, prospective
technologies, new material and key product developments. Since Sept. 2005,
NSC has been cooperating with ITRI and NRC to joinly invest 1.6 million
Canadian dollars (Approx. 44.8 million NTD) to
push for a three years joint
research program in the research fields including sensors, electricity supply
and nanomeasurment technologies.


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V.

Industrial Investment Incentives

In order to speed up the growth of Nano
-
Technologies and applications
in Taiwan,
the Taiwan Government offers a number of preferences to assist
companies in the Nano
-
Technologies and applications and to encourage
foreign investments. These measures include tax preferences, R&D
subsidies, low interest loans, personnel training, etc.

Pr
eferences to Encourage Foreign Investment in Taiwan

Item

Preference

Contact

Tax


Emerging important strategic industry
(investment tax credit for shareholders or 5
year tax free)



Personnel training expenditure (business
income tax credit based on 35% of the training
expenditure of the same year)


R&D expenditure (business income tax

credit
based on 35% of the R&D expenditure of the
same year)


Accelerated depreciation of facilities
(maximum depreciation period: 2 years)


Tax credit for the purchase of facilities and
technology investment


Tax free for import facilities


Income tax fr
ee for technology transfer or
technology cooperation


Tax p
reference for the establishment of
operation headquarters

Ministry of Economic Affairs

http://www.moeaidb.gov.tw

E
-
mail

service@moeaidb.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2754
-
1255


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R & D
Subsidy


Industrial Technology Development Program

ITDP



Small Business Innovation Research Program

SBIR



Industrial Technology Development Alliance
Program

ITDAP



Strategic Service
-
Oriented

Industry R&D
Program

SRD



Information Technology Applications Program

ITAP



Industrial Technology Innovation Center
Program for Local Enterprises

MNCD



Industrial Technology Innovation Center
Program for Foreign Enterprises

MNCF


Department of Industri
al
Technology, MOEA

http://doit.moea.gov.tw/

Tel

886
-
2
-
2321
-
2200


Leading Innovative Product Development
Program


Enterprise R&D Alliance Program


Enterprise Operation Headquarters Service

solution@moeasmea.gov.tw


Industrial Development Bureau,
MOEA

http://www.moeaidb.gov.tw

E
-
mail

service@moeaidb.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2754
-
1255

L
ow
-
Interest
Loans


Industrial R& D Loan

Ministry of Economic Affairs

http://www.moeaidb.gov.tw

E
-
mail

service@moeaidb.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2754
-
1255


Low
-
Interest Loans

for Mid
-

and Long
-
Term
Capital

Council for Economic Planning
and Development, Executive Yuan

http://www.cepd.gov.tw/

Tel

886
-
2
-
2316
-
5300


Project Loans for Small and Medium
Enterprise

Small and Medium Enterprise
Administration, MOEA

http://www.moeasmea.gov.tw

E
-
mail

solution@moeasmea.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2368
-
6858


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Bank Draft and Loan Preferences for
Development Fund, Executi
ve Yuan

National Development Fund,
Executive Yuan

http://www.df.gov.tw/

E
-
mail

df@df.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2389
-
0633


Low
-
Interest Loans for Science Parks

Science Park Administration

http://www.sipa.gov.tw/

Tel

886
-
3
-
577
-
3311

Personnel
Training


International Experts Recruitment

HiRecruit Services

http://hirecruit.nat.gov.tw/

E
-
mail

hirecruit@taitra.org.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2370
-
9687


Military Training Service Application

Military Training Project Office
http://rondi.mnd.gov.tw

E
-
mail

mndsys@iii.org.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2736
-
8088#3414


R&D Substitute Service

R & D Substitute Service Program
Office, Ministry of the Interior

http://rdss.nca.gov.tw

E
-
mail

rdss@mail.nca.gov.tw

Tel

886
-
2
-
2736
-
6066#206

Source
:
organized
for

the present
s
tudy
,

2008/1


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VI.

Industr
y
-
Academia

Collaboration in Taiwan

Integrating the efforts from the government, corporates and industry
associations, Taiwan is actively pushing forw
ard the development of the
Nano
-
Technologies and applications
.

Useful Websites for
Nano
-
Technologies and applications

Investment

Institution

Website

Department of Investment Services, MOEA

www.dois.moea.gov.tw

Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affai
rs

www.moeaec.gov.tw

Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA

www.moeaidb.gov.tw

Department of Industrial Technology, MOEA

doit.moea.gov.tw

Atomic Energy Council, Executive Yuan

www.aec.gov.tw

Environmental Protection Administration
, Executive Yuan

www.epa.gov.tw

Department of Health, Executive Yuan

www.doh.gov.tw

Academia Sinica

www.sinica.edu.tw

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organized
for

the present
s
tudy
, 200
8
/01