While Taiwan is known today as a high-tech powerhouse, its farming and fishery sectors have produced wonders in their own right. Taiwan’s farmers have successfully transitioned to a modern export-oriented economy by applying state-of-the-art techniques and technologies and diversifying into high value-added products. Taiwan boasts a broad variety of climatic zones, rich soil and dedicated, knowledgeable farmers, producing a remarkable array of fruits, vegetables and grains. Also, conscientious application of appropriate science and technology has led to the development of rearing high-end aquaculture products, high-quality seeds and seafood processing technology. In 2017, Taiwan’s agricultural production exceeded 528 billion New Taiwan Dollars, of which farm crops accounted for 51%, livestock for 32%, and fishery products for 17%.
|Program||School||Location||Period of Apply|
|1||Crop Physiology, Photosynthesis, Next Generation Sequencing||National Taiwan University||Taipei||Until March 30, 2023|
|2||Efficacy Test of Phytobiotics against Chicken Coccidia||National Pingtung University of Science and Technology||Pintung||January 1, 2023 - March 31, 2023|
|3||Food Science, Microbiology, Food drying technology||National Chiayi University||Chiayi||2023.1.1.~2023.10.30|
|4||Microbiome Metagenomics Techniques and Applications Program (M2TA Program)||National Pingtung University of Science and Technology||Pintung||2022/12/01-2023/11/30|
|5||Nonthermal atmospheric pressure jet plasma applied to Smart Agriculture and Precision Agriculture||National Pingtung University of Science and Technology||Pintung||2022-2023|
|6||Sustainable agriculture and circular economy||Nanhua University||Chiayi||2023/1/1~2023/10/31|