NTU Modern Physics Student Laboratory
This special exhibition introduces the early development of modern student physics experiments by Professor Cheng Po-kun of the Department of Physics of National Taiwan University, with an emphasis on practical work. In the 1960s, the international situation was tense and the domestic society was in turmoil...
Based on a dragon theme, experiential devices that apply the principles of force are installed. Visitors use each part of their body to operate these devices and think about what “strength and movement” entails.
Introduce the characteristics and application development of semiconductors, and learn the world of semiconductors through games.
Experiential installations in various fields of physics such as “Electricity and Magnetic Fields,” “Light and Sound,” “Energy,” “Electronic Technology,” and “From Microscopic to Macroscopic World” are found in this exhibition area.
The Museum Bridge Permanent Exhibition consists of three exhibits: “The Evolution of Design” on the 8th floor, “Exploring the Museum Bridge” on the 9th floor, and “Discovering the Versatility of Wood” on the 9th floor. For more information…
Through the exhibition installations, the nature and structure of objects and the changes of substances are observed from a chemical point of view. The exhibition also includes reproductions of the research laboratories of Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier and Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev.