Tags : Science


Opening Ceremony of the Science Block & Mary-Ann Kaarsgaren Science

On November 29, Mr. Piched Jueythongsri and Mr. Praphan Kiawphan of the Krabi Provincial Education Office, Mr. Sukkay Junon of Nongtalay Subdistrict Administrative Organisation, Miss Noppornrat Jornjarun of the Krabi Provincial Employment Office and Miss Kanchana Kaenphet of the Office of Social Development and Human Security attended the official opening of the new secondary science […]Read More


Thai Science Ministry warns parents to beware of downsides of

BANGKOK, 22 February 2013 (NNT) – The Science Ministry is warning parents to beware of the downsides of the Furby craze, being witnessed now across Thailand. The Science Ministry’s Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS) has expressed concern over the current Furby craze among Thais, particularly teenagers and young children. Furby is an […]Read More


Thai Ministry of Science plans ‘technology theme park’

A “technology theme park” – touted as the first in Southeast Asia – is being planned by Science and Technology Minister Woravat Auapinyakul, who will ask the House for Bt44.162 billion for his ministry’s 2014 fiscal year budget. Under orders from Prime Minister Yingluck Shinwatra to stimulate the industrial sector, Woravat says his ministry’s budget […]Read More


Science Ministry pushing Thailand to be Bioplastic hub of ASEAN

BANGKOK, 18 February 2013 (NNT) – The Science and Technology Ministry is pushing Thailand to become a bio-plastic hub of ASEAN within 3 years as well as to improve and preserve the environment. Science and Technology Minister Worawat Uea-apinyakul said the ministry is cooperating with the National Innovation Agency and the Thai Bioplastics Industry Association […]Read More


Thai students poor in Mathematics and Science

BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Thai students fare poorly in mathematics and science mainly due to the teaching method of rote learning rather than by comprehension and analysis, according to a senior educator. Precharn Dechri, deputy director of the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology, said today that Thai students’ disappointing performances in […]Read More


High levels of toxins found in rural people in Northern

High levels of a toxin contained in the harmful haze that is currently blanketing nine upper northern provinces of Thailand have been found in the urine of people who live near areas where burning and forest fires are common. Chiang Mai University’s Research Institute for Health and Science studied the health impact of haze in […]Read More


Thailand hosts world computer-science competition (IOI)

Pattaya’s Royal Cliff Beach Resort Hotel will become the scene of intensive international competition tomorrow for the start of the 23rd International Olympiad in Informatics, IOI 2011. Thailand is hosting the eight-day Olympiad, led by the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST). Read more: The NationRead More