Looking ahead to the global development trend in the future, we can find impacts and challenges across the aspects of society, technology, economy, environment, and politics on human life, and Taiwan is also facing the same issues. In response to the challenges mentioned above, the government has set
the Taiwan's 2030 Science & Technology Vision, established the three visions of “innovation, inclusive, and sustainability”, and put forward the five major goals of “LOHAS society, high value-added economy, resilient environment, innovative education and inclusive technology”. It is hoped that the socioeconomic and technological development trend for Taiwan’s future is guided through the linkage of local, international, and future strategies.
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) leads the scientific and technological development of the country. Through inter-ministerial coordination and cross-field integration, policies are jointly promoted with the government, maximizing the synergy of the scientific and technological resources. In the process of resource investment and planning, it is emphasized that technology responds to social needs, deepens humanity values, and promotes the happiness technology to enhance people’s liveliness and well-being. MOST is responsible for the promotion of scientific promotion and cultivate excellent talents in scientific research to enhance the international influence of the scientific research of Taiwan through the dedication to the pursuit of research excellence and in-depth fundamental research. In addition, through the close linkage of industry-academic-research collaboration, the diffusion of research results and optimization of services and environment in the science park, the innovation development and industrial innovation can be supported to create new values for scientific research, actively leading Taiwan to respond to future challenges. STSP Bureau will take more active actions to help industries innovate and transform to enhance the competitiveness of the manufacturers. The key points for future outlooks are as follows.