Nowadays, most of studies in geosciences have to combine various analytical techniques to obtain the data for buildup discussion. Thus it requires inter-laboratory collaboration with prompt handling and accurate data. The EPMA Lab plays a role of “gateway” of a comprehensive analytical system of geochemistry and mineralogy. The Lab is providing qualitative and quantitative major element data for material and mineralogical sciences, which is including consultant work for sample preparation and identification of inorganic materials. Additionally, the Lab is supporting to study in bio-mineralogy and archaeological. Collaborators are in all geo-related departments in Taiwan’s Universities, six (6) Institutes and Research Center in Academia Sinica from astromony though physics to chemistry, and numbers of Institutes and Universities in more than 15-nations. In geosciences, I am currently involving some research projects with overseas co-workers on volcanic and metamorphic rocks; recent and historical eruptions of Aso volcano, Japan, pre-historical eruptions of the North Island in New Zealand, and high-pressure metamorphic rock study in Pakistan Himalaya. Gem-quality stone (jadeitite and nephrite) studies are inter-disciplinary and international project between geology and archaeology in Japan and Southeast Asia. New analytical techniques on nephrite jade artifacts, bronze objects and fish otolith are appreciated and I presented my developed analytical methods in meetings of electron microscopy (JEOL users meeting) in 2014 and 2016 as invited speaker. Study for ancient Chinese bronze has been supported by Institute of History and Philology and I delivered new analytical method as invited talks in workshops on techniques and conservation in the National Palace Museum (Taipei), in 2014 and 2016 as well.