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About National Taiwan Ocean University

National Taiwan Ocean University is a national research-led university in Zhongzheng District. NTOU is a member of the University System of Taipei. It is located in Keelung City, Taiwan.

National Taiwan Ocean University Headquarters Location

No. 2, Beining Road

Keelung City, 202,

Taiwan

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National Taiwan Ocean University has filed 8 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aerodynamics
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12/5/2019

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Water waves, Physical oceanography, J.C.Staff, Aerodynamics, Ship types

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12/5/2019

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7/5/2022

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Water waves, Physical oceanography, J.C.Staff, Aerodynamics, Ship types

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Latest National Taiwan Ocean University News

Taichung exhibition to showcase ancient fossils

Mar 6, 2022

Taichung exhibition to showcase ancient fossils Staff writer, with CNA A 99 million-year-old fossil specimen from Myanmar is to be the highlight of an amber exhibition at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung that starts at the end of next month. Experts believe that the fossil resin exhibit contains dinosaur remains, including skin and feathers. Yang Tzu-ruei (楊子睿), an assistant researcher in geology at the museum, said that the feathers of modern birds have solid shafts, while hollow feather shafts, such as those found on the fossilized feathers, are more common in dinosaurs. A 99 million-year-old fossil specimen is pictured in an undated photograph. Photo courtesy of the National Museum of Natural Science via CNA The piece was uncovered in a location in Myanmar that experts believe was once a lagoon, he added. Due to the proximity of lagoons to land and the sea, Yang said it is reasonable for such locations to contain ancient fossils from aquatic and land animals. Two other pieces, which were uncovered in eastern Taiwan, would also be featured in the exhibition. The two pieces, each only slightly bigger than a NT$1 coin, are encased in rocks that scientists using chemical analysis believe to have formed from resin of an extinct tree of the Dipterocarpaceae family. The ambers were on Thursday unveiled at a news conference ahead of the exhibition, along with other specimens containing preserved feathers, skin samples or parasites. The museum also signed a memorandum of understanding with Keelung’s National Taiwan Ocean University on exchanges of artifacts and cooperation between researchers. The university would assist the museum in setting up a hall for exhibitions focused on minerals, it said. Comments will be moderated. Keep comments relevant to the article. Remarks containing abusive and obscene language, personal attacks of any kind or promotion will be removed and the user banned. Final decision will be at the discretion of the Taipei Times.

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  • Where is National Taiwan Ocean University's headquarters?

    National Taiwan Ocean University's headquarters is located at No. 2, Beining Road, Keelung City.

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