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  • Meet with National Instrument Technology Research Center of Taiwan at SPIE Photonics West Exhibition Booth 5335 in San Francisco!


    Our latest technology will be on display at this FREE event. SPIE Photonics West offers you the chance to meet with our representatives, learn about our products, and get answers to all of your questions. See you there!

  • Meet with Instrument Technology Research Center, NARLabs at SEMICON Taiwan 2016 Exhibition Booth K2150 in Taipei!


    Our latest technology will be on display at this SEMICON Taiwan 2016. The exhibition is the largest microelectronics event in Taiwan. The exhibition is the region's number-one platform for showcasing products, demonstrating market and technology leadership, and engaging buyers from every one of Taiwan's leading microelectronics companies. We look forward to seeing you at SEMICON Taiwan !

  • ITRC's major technical progress in optics and photonics has been reported in SPIE Newsroom


    ITRC's novel process to produce spherical and aspheric surfaces, Manufacturing technology for lithography optics has been reported and published in SPIE Newsroom. For more information please refer to SPIE Newsroom.

  • ITRC international collaborative research project result has been published in Best of Advanced Optical Materials issue.


    "Uniaxial-isotropic Metamaterials by Three-Dimensional Split-Ring Resonator", the research result on 3-D metamaterials of the international collaborative team between ITRC and RIKEN has been selected and published in a virtual Best of Advanced Optical Materials issue. Please refer Best of Advanced Optical Materials issue to for more information.

  • The collaborative research between Canada & Taiwan has been published on "Physics in Canada"


    The collaborative project research of 360-degree side-view endoscope objective between ITRC and Prof. Qiyin Fang from McMaster University has been published on "Physics in Canada". More information please refer to P.18-20, Vol.71 (No. 1), 2015 "Physics in Canada"

  • iFOVAS team develops technology to help doctors in surgery


    Developed by National Taiwan University, National Taiwan University Hospital, Wang Fang Municipal Hospital, and Instrument Technology Research Center, NARLabs, the indocyanine green fluorescence on-site Visualization and Assessment System (iFOVAS) is an intraoperative fluorescence imaging system that allows surgeons to work without having to repeatedly look at the injected florescence dye and determine the surgery sites through a monitor during an operation. [more...]

Taiwan successfully developed "Advanced IC Packing Process Stepper"


National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) held "Advanced IC Packing Process Stepper Demonstration and Investment Expo" on December 16th, 2016. Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of NARLabs showcased the first set of Taiwan domestic independent design and manufacture "Advanced IC Packing Process Stepper" and the project developmental milestones. ITRC anticipated combining their technology energy with semiconductor manufacturing equipment industry to drive the key components localization. It is expected that "Advanced IC Packaging Process Stepper" can be put on the industrial supply chain in the next few years to achieve the goal of independent manufacturing semiconductor equipment and key optical components to enhance Taiwan semiconductor industry competitiveness. [more]

The 8th "i-ONE NARLabs Instrument Technology Innovation Competition"
Huang, Shou-Rong of Chunder Junior High School, Yunlin County Won First Prize


The 8th "i-ONE NARLabs Instrument Technology Innovation Competition", hosted by Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) announced the award list today. Huang, Shou-Rong of Chunder Junior High School, Yunlin County won the first prize in high school group. The first prize in the group of college & above was not awarded. Teams from National Taiwan Normal University and National Cheng Kung University were tied for second prize. [more]

NARLabs Leads Taiwan 3D Printing Medical Materials Team Advance to World Cup, Teamwork to Build Up Biotech Industry Value


For the first time, Taiwan's 3D metal printing artificial joint advances to the international market! Facilitated by National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs), ThinTech Materials Technology Company (TTMC), Taiwan's first 3D metal printing powder manufacturer passing biomedical grade preclinical animal testing, integrating with Tongtai Machine & Tool Company's self-development 3D metal printing equipment, successfully printed medical products and passed international ISO-10993 biocompatibility standard and got a ticket to the international market. [more]

NARLabs Navigates Traditional Industry Transform to Medical Industry
Promote Taiwan Biomedical Technology to Global Market


Taiwan biomedical technology is developing rapidly. At the same time, the transformation strength of traditional industries cannot be ignored either. Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) successfully assisted ThinTech Materials Technology Co. (TTMC) to be Taiwan first manufacturer passing preclinical animal test for biomedical grade 3D metal printing powder. Integrated with Tongtai Machine & Tool Company's 3D metal printing equipment, Taiwan is viewing to manufacture 3D printing medical material locally.[more]

International Research Project between Taiwan and Australia -- "How to Map Sesagrass and Measure Its Health by Capturing The Colours of The Rainbow Underwater"


The novel aspect of this work is the use of an underwater sensor towed behind a boat that can generate a 'spectral' map and be correlated to the above surface sensors carried by aircraft and satellites to build large scale maps for more efficient monitoring. The use of optical digital remote monitoring using an "eye-in-the-sky" is one of the genuine future technology opportunities for future environmental condition assessment and is a great opportunity for for the partnership between Taiwan and Australia. [more]

Taiwan develops the world's first imaging system to spot bleeding under the skin (2016/04/12)


Taiwan's forensic technology has made a huge breakthrough as the National Applied Research Laboratories developed the world's first imaging system that can identify bleeding under the skin that was previously invisible to the eye. The world's top forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee believes this new technology will be a great aide to forensic investigation. [more]

Red Trace of Evidence: Blood Images Can Talk Ecchymosis Imaging System


"The victim shows no apparent trauma, but actually has skin bleeding." In social cases like this where evidence can be hard to find, how can victims receive justice as provided by law? Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) has successfully developed "Ecchymosis Imaging System." Testified by internationally renowned forensics expert Henry Lee, the system performs a complete and comprehensive identification of ecchymosis that is invisible in early stage of injury. It is the best tool built for criminal forensics in Taiwan that helps guard the rights and interests of the general public. [more]

Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Onsite Visualization and Assessment System for Optical Guided Surgery


The Indocyanine Green (ICG) Fluorescence Onsite Visualization and Assessment System (iFOVAS) for optical guided surgery project has been funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology's Germination Program for supporting the development of medical devices with high market potential. The iFOVAS is a state-of-the-art imaging system developed by a multidisciplinary team from National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH), Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs), the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering of National Taiwan University (NTU-CSIE), and Wan Fang Hospital. [more]

Biotech Take-off! NTU and NARLabs Collaboratively Launches Cutting-Edge Medical Devices to Revitalize the Biotechnology Industry from SPARK Program


In response to the active promotion of the biotech industry by Taiwan government, National Taiwan University plans to model "NTU SPARK Translational Research Program" after Stanford SPARK Program, well-known as the cradle of American biotech industry, to establish training modules, courses and consultants. [more]

2015/12/4 updated