Feb 07, 2017 Medical & Health Care Comments Off on Taiwan bags 4 gold invention awards in Thailand
Bangkok-- Taiwanese inventors won four gold, four silver, and one bronze medal at one of Asia's biggest invention competitions, the 2017 Thailand Inventors' Day (TID).
The four gold medal-winning inventions ranged from a drinking fountain that produces negative ion hydrogen and a photoelectric quantum wafer to a software control system, and a wire saw.
Among the four gold medal recipients, three were also accorded special honors for their inventions, according to World Invention Intellectual Property Associations (WIIPA) Secretary-General Hsieh Man-Li, who led Taiwan's team at the five-day event in Thailand.
The Taiwan team, composed of participants from local universities and private companies, contributed a total of nine entries to the competition this year.
The 20th TID Expo, held from Feb. 2-6 at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), featured more than 1,300 inventions submitted by inventors in 21 countries. (Courtesy of CNA)
Source: Overseas Community Affairs Council
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