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Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU On the Line
2018-04-08
  • Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    D-School@NTU (Photo taken from https://raxliu.wordpress.com/)
  • Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Project W (Photo taken from https://www.facebook.com/pg/ProjectW2018/posts/ )
  • Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Project W (Photo taken from https://www.facebook.com/pg/ProjectW2018/posts/ )
  • Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Interview with Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU

    Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU (left) (Photo taken from https://raxliu.wordpress.com/)

D-School@NTU was established in 2015. NTU (National Taiwan University) is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Rax Liu, a Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU said the idea is to promote innovation and cooperation between students and faculty members from various departments at NTU and to foster talent and skills for innovation.

 

On April 14, they are going to organize an event “Project W” at Huashan Creative Park in Taipei. What is Project W? What does D-School@NTU offer? Our guest today is Rax Liu, Chief Innovation Officer of D-School@NTU.

 

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