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By now, we have 16 full-time and 4 part-time teachers. 16 of the full-time teachers were awarded the Ph.D. Degree, and the other processed the M.S. Degree.

This year (2014), the Department of Agricultural Chemistry received a total of 37 research grants, totaling NT$76,060,000 (about US$ 2,173,000), from the National Science Council, the Council of Agriculture, Department of Health and various institutes. Prominent scholars and professionals are frequently invited to give special lectures for the staff and graduate students .

For the sake of offering programs for both undergraduate and graduate student, our teaching and research activities are introduced into four divisions as described below.

Soil and Environmental Sciences

  • Environmental reservation

  • Soil Pollution Survey and Remediation

  • Soil Genesis and Classification

  • Soil Quality Assessment

  • Forest Ecosystem

  • Nutrient Cycling and Soil Management

  • System Simulation of Soil Properties

  • Contaminant Monitoring

  • Soil Mineral Synthesize and Application

  • Soil Biochemistry and Soil Enzyme

  • Pesticide Chemistry and Environmental Effect

  • Plant Physiology and Chemistry

  • Mechanism of Nutrient and Contaminant Uptake by Crop

  • Soil Fertility, Plant Nutrient and Soil Management

  • Organic Fertilize Production and Application

  • Organic Agriculture

  • Nutrient Cycling of Agricultural Ecosystem


    Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • Biochemistry

  • Lipid Chemistry

  • Microbial and Bacteria Physiology

  • Molecular Biology

  • Biotechnology

  • Bioresources Utilization
  • Food Science and Technology

  • Microbial Utilization

  • Cereal Chemistry and Processing

  • Carbonhydrate

  • Microbes and Ferment

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