By: Jackson Chang and Frances Huang
Tsay Ching-yen (蔡清彥), chairman of the ITRI, said the institute will continue to focus on high-tech research and development and use the achievements of its research to build new innovation firms.
Starting from 2011, the ITRI has been pushing for R&D, paving the way for opening new companies backed by the institute’s technology know-how.
In the past four years, the ITRI has set up a total of 33 new innovation firms in a wide range of industries, such as optoelectronics, information/communications, production materials, biotechnology, machinery and renewable energy technology. [FULL STORY]