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Ministry of Economic Affairs,R.O.C.

Industrial innovation and R&D

Technology Development Programs

Against the backdrop of a changing industrial structure, the Department of Industrial Technology (DoIT) actively works alongside the government to implement its industrial innovation policies. Through the promotion of close collaboration among the private sectors, the academic sectors, and think tanks, the Technology Development Programs have developed an innovative business mode that is both service- and technology-driven, which integrates the expertise of multiple disciplines to help improve Taiwan's industrial structure and secure a stronger position in the international market.

DoIT continues to promote the TDP for Nonprofit Research Organization, the TDP for Industry, and the TDP for Academia, as the tools to implement the government's development policies.

1.TDP for Nonprofit Research Organization
Integrates more than 20 prominent research institutes across Taiwan to spark creativity and develop cutting-edge industrial technologies.

2.TDP for Industry
Encourages industries to invest in R&D and to develop forward-looking technologies that will take their organization to the next level.
Global Collaboration Network Services:Located in the heart of Asia, Taiwan has strong clusters in industries such as semiconductors, machine tool, biotech and others. It also has a strong R&D talent pool and is known for its strict protection of intellectual property. MOEA encourages global companies and research institutes to collaborate with Taiwanese counterparts in order to co-create innovative technology as well as new business opportunities.

3.TDP for Academia
Provides government grants to academic institutes with support and collaboration from industry and nonprofit research institutes. Taking advantage of their long-term R&D asset, the aim of Academia TDP is to foster new start-up companies.
Department of Industrial Technology, MOEA
Yang, Chih-Hao