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Taiwan bags 4 gold invention awards in Thailand
Publish Date: 2017/02/07
Update Date: 2017/02/07
Bangkok, Feb. 6 (CNA) 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)
Taiwanese inventors won four gold, four silver, and one bronze medal at the 2017 Thailand Inventors' Day.(Photo courtesy of CNA)
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