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April 05, 2017

MOST and 50 Allied Organizations promote EECi

MOST and 50 Allied Organizations promote EECi Boost industrial sector, economics, and people’s life quality with science, technology, and innovation towards Thailand 4.0   5 Apr 2017 – U-Tapao International Airport, Rayong Province, Thailand: Today, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), a member of Ministry of Science and Technology…
February 21, 2017

Call for papers - STI Days 2017

Call for papers - STI Days 2017 The SEA-EU-NET 2 project will organise the next ASEAN-EU Science, Technology & Innovation Days (STI Days) on 24-25 April 2017 in Brussels, Belgium as a bi-regional forum for cooperation activities between Europe and Southeast Asia. The conference will include plenary sessions on ASEAN-EU…
December 09, 2015

LAMP-LFD assay for malaria parasite detection

Malaria is largely a preventable and curable disease. However, a delay or an inappropriate treatment can result in serious adverse outcomes for patient. Rapid, simple and cost-effective diagnostic tests that can be easily adapted and rapidly scaled-up at the field or community levels are needed. BIOTEC researchers have developed an…
November 13, 2015

Insights to pathogenicity and host specificity in insect fungi

Ophiocordyceps unilateralis is referred to as a zombie ant fungus because it causes the infected host ant to climb into vegetation, bite vegetal materials then hang themselves upside down until death. The biology of O. unilateralis still has much to be discovered and the genome sequencing of this species will help…
October 28, 2015

Discovery of a halotolerant yeast, a potential starter culture for soy sauce fermentation

Soy sauce is made by the fermentation of soybeans combined with wheat flour, rice flour, and brine. The production involves two steps: koji fermentation using Aspergillus oryzae and moromi fermentation by adding brine solution into the koji.  In moromi fermentation, glutaminase produced by naturally-present yeast converts l-glutamine originated from soy…
August 18, 2015

The use of bacteriophage to control bacterial wilt

Bacterial wilt caused by R. solanacearum is one of the most devastating diseases of many economically important crops in Thailand such as ginger, pepper, tomato, potato and Curcuma alismatifolia Gagnep. At present, protection from losses by bacterial wilt is achieved mainly by early detection and subsequent eradication by destroying the…
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