My Thoughts: Life Couldn't Find a Way

Another 74 species will be extinct at this time tomorrow, calculated by Prof. Wilson of the Department of Biology at Harvard University. Due to deforestation, a forest the size of South Korea disappears each year.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | June 01, 2020

My Thoughts: The Trick to Defeat COVID-19

After experiencing the “detection and quarantine” and “fog” stages of the initial outbreak, scientists are entering the phase of "reconstructing the chain of transmission” and “analyzing geographic information” to figure out the ins and outs of the virus to end the chaos.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | May 11, 2020

My Thoughts: Viruses Shape Human History

In the post-globalization today, the epidemic war has risen again, with potential kinetic energy and incentives that could change the world. Viruses and politics are spreading their wings and flying towards the future of mankind.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | April 14, 2020

My Thoughts: The Origin of the Virus War

The war between mankind and the virus started more than 8,000 years ago. In ancient times, people were impotent while fighting an epidemic is different in the 21st century.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | March 31, 2020

My Thoughts: The Origin and Travel of the Virus

The spread of viruses is global while virus prevention is global as well, which is like two sides of a coin. In the face of ever-mutating and elusive virus, the world is in the same boat.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | March 17, 2020

My Thoughts: The Song of Ice and Fire for Mankind

Humans appeared as the Ice Age began. Mankind could be regarded as the child of ice. The child retrieved fire from Prometheus many years ago and hence could warm up and get enough food in raging snowstorm.

Prof. Kuo-Yen Wei | January 24, 2020