Taiwan wins 6 gold medals at international invention exhibition

Taiwan News  
Date: 2018/06/23
By:  Central News Agency

Taiwanese inventors won a total of 10 medals, including six gold, at Invent Arena in the Czech Republic this year, the Taiwan-based Chinese Innovation and Invention Society (CIIS) said Saturday.

Taiwan also bagged three silver medals and one bronze, which propelled it to third place among the 22 participating countries in terms of medal count at the biennial competition, CIIS said.

The Taiwanese gold medalists included a team led by Professor Hsu Tzu-kui of the Air Force Institute of Technology, which presented an all-weather wind turbine capable of generating power at the slightest breeze.

The team said that while there are many wind turbines on Taiwan’s west coast, they tend to stand idle when there is no wind.    [FULL  STORY]

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