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Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 475 476 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 13 SBIR Projects
2024-01-23

Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 475 476 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 13 SBIR Projects

The Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration(SMESA), Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA) organized the No. 475 476 Steering Committee for the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) in which it reviewed and passed subsidies for innovative technology/service research projects for 1 project in the electronic sector, 1 project in the information communications sector, 5 projects in the consumer goods and chemical industries sector,1 project in the machinery sector, 1 project in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector, 4 projects in the services and culture creativity sector, totaling 13 projects proposed by SMEs.SMEA stated that the projects passed in the No. 475 476 SBIR Steering Committee has increased the subsidized companies' investments in R&D expenditures by NTD 16.13 million. They are expected to motivate SMEs in investing more R&D human resources. The SBIR is promoted to incentivize and assist R&D activities for SMEs to facilitate growth. It also seeks to establish a comprehensive industry system based on the R&D outcomes and promote economic development in Taiwan.Since the SBIR was launched in February 1999, a total of 8,954 innovation and research projects have been executed. The government has provided subsidies of over NTD 13,471.18 million and motivated NTD 24,913.63 million in investments by SMEs. The SBIR has made significant contributions to elevating the technology proficiency of SMEs, and facilitating the international competitiveness.Program Service Hotline: 0800-888-968; Project Website: https://www.sbir.org.tw

Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 473 474 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 10 SBIR Projects
2023-12-12

Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 473 474 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 10 SBIR Projects

The Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration(SMESA), Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA) organized the No. 473 474 Steering Committee for the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) in which it reviewed and passed subsidies for innovative technology/service research projects for 3 projects in the electronic sector, 1 project in the machinery sector, 2 projects in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector, 2 projects in the services and culture creativity sector, 1 project in the Metaverse , 1 project in the carbon reduction ,totaling 10 projects proposed by SMEs.SMESA stated that the projects passed in the No. 473 474 SBIR Steering Committee has increased the subsidized companies' investments in R&D expenditures by NTD 32.1 million. They are expected to motivate SMEs in investing more R&D human resources. The SBIR is promoted to incentivize and assist R&D activities for SMEs to facilitate growth. It also seeks to establish a comprehensive industry system based on the R&D outcomes and promote economic development in Taiwan.Since the SBIR was launched in February 1999, a total of 8,941 innovation and research projects have been executed. The government has provided subsidies of over NTD 13,461.17 million and motivated NTD 24,897.5 million in investments by SMEs. The SBIR has made significant contributions to elevating the technology proficiency of SMEs, and facilitating the international competitiveness.Program Service Hotline: 0800-888-968; Project Website: http://www.sbir.org.tw

Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 471 472 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 7 SBIR Projects
2023-11-17

Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs No. 471 472 SBIR Steering Committee Approved the subsidies for 7 SBIR Projects

The Small and Medium Enterprise and Startup Administration(SMESA), Ministry of Economic Affairs(MOEA) organized the No. 471 472 Steering Committee for the Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) in which it reviewed and passed subsidies for innovative technology/service research projects for 1 project in the electronic sector, 1 project in the consumer goods and chemical industries sector, 2 projects in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector, 3 projects in the services and culture creativity sector, totaling 7 projects proposed by SMEs.SMEA stated that the projects passed in the No. 471 472 SBIR Steering Committee has increased the subsidized companies' investments in R&D expenditures by NTD 11.87 million. They are expected to motivate SMEs in investing more R&D human resources. The SBIR is promoted to incentivize and assist R&D activities for SMEs to facilitate growth. It also seeks to establish a comprehensive industry system based on the R&D outcomes and promote economic development in Taiwan.Since the SBIR was launched in February 1999, a total of 8,931 innovation and research projects have been executed. The government has provided subsidies of over NTD 13,440.56 million and motivated NTD 24,865.40 million in investments by SMEs. The SBIR has made significant contributions to elevating the technology proficiency of SMEs, and facilitating the international competitiveness.Program Service Hotline: 0800-888-968; Project Website: http://www.sbir.org.tw

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Circular Economy Trend International Conference-Plastic Resource Circulation Zero Waste
2023-09-14

Circular Economy Trend International Conference-Plastic Resource Circulation Zero Waste

At the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.2) in March 2022, governments of various countries voted to launch a global negotiation meeting on legislation on plastic pollution, with the goal of completing the Global Plastic Treaty by the end of 2024. The negotiation work is a major advancement for the net zero action. However, to move towards "Net-Zero Carbon Emissions", it is necessary to fundamentally change the way products are produced and used , such as reducing the extraction of raw materials and using already mined materials more efficiently. One of the important solutions to achieve net zero emissions is to avoid the waste of a large amount of energy resources and improve the use efficiency of energy resources.Plastic materials with various characteristics and functions can help us keep food fresh and make vehicles light and energy-saving. But the vast majority of plastics are made from fossil fuels, which generate a lot of carbon emissions during the production process. More than 40% of plastic is used only once and then thrown away, causing a serious global waste problem.More than 9 million metric tons of plastic flow into the sea every year. Whether it is fishing waste, disposable plastic packaging and supplies, or plastic particles, it seriously affects marine ecology. The characteristics of being difficult to decompose make the problem of marine waste plastic continue to accumulate. According to statistics, at least more than 700 species are seriously endangered. If we do not take any action, the total weight of plastic in the sea will be greater than that of fish in 2050. In addition, according to statistics, only 14% of plastic packaging in the world is recycled every year, and the rest is lost Part of this is equivalent to a loss of US$80-120 billion.A wide range of uses and characteristics that are difficult to replacemake plastics an indispensable material for modern life and industry. We must allow plastics to be efficiently recycled as resources instead of being lost to the environment. Among them, the introduction of waste management and circular economy concepts is crucial. In addition to directly reducing unnecessary use and design, we can also see different recycling opportunities for plastic packaging containers through the business model and product design of circular economy.In concusion, the resource cycle of plastic materials has indeed been paid more and more attention. Governments of various countries have also stimulated changes in production and consumption thinking patterns through active commitments and actions, in order to help domestic small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises to better understand the international plastic recycling market. , and its multiple applications as low-carbon materials on the product side.Time: September 27, 2012 (Wednesday) 13:00 ~15:50Location: Online, using Moicrosoft teams online softwareTo registerand for more information:https://www.surveycake.com/s/MOGle*If you have any questions, please call 04-23595900#337 Mr. Lin, Plastic Industry Technology Development Center

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