The fifth meeting of NSTDA’s International Advisory Committee (IAC) convened on 1-2 November, 2012 in Bangkok. The meeting was chaired by Prof. Harald zur Hausen, Professor Emeritus and Nobel Laureate, Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, Germany and was co-chaired by Dr. Robert Morris, Vice Preside...
The Sirindhorn Science Home (in Thailand Science Park) will be home for this project implementation with over 500 primary and high school students expected to be participating. The three partners of this project are the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), the Institute for t...
Thailand and Japan Cooperate on Monitoring Technology to Tackle VOCs Problems at Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate
NSTDA, CU, IEAT and Fujitsu have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to implement the VOCs Monitoring and Environmental Information Management System (VM-EIMS) at Map Ta Phut to promote sustainable industrialization in Thailand.
The global threats imposed by climate change have prompted numerous mitigation actions from the international bodies – government and private sector. One of which is in a development of the product carbon footprint labeling or “product carbon footprinting (PCF)” through the measurements of the gree...
In the age of mechanization, Samart Kaset-Yon Co., Ltd. (SMKY), in Chai Nat Province of Thailand, is the first maker of Thai sugarcane harvesters to enter and compete successfully in the global sugarcane market. SMKY offers made-to-order cane harvesters to clients whose specific challenges (e.g...