Main objectives of the events are to exalt the princess’s great contribution to the development of science and technology in Thailand and to open a venue for knowledge exchange among scientists and academics in the public and private sectors, hoping to harness scientific and technological advances in agriculture, biodiversity, productivity and services.
According to NSTDA director Taweesak Koranantakul, there are two main activities. The first one is the seminar-cum exhibition under the concept “60 years of Princess Maha Chakri, Academic Review” to be held from 29th March to 2nd April at Sirindhorn Science Home in Thailand Science Park, Pathum Thani. It features various projects which the Princess brought in the information technology (IT) to enhance their implementation such as the projects for the disabled, hospitalized children, and juvenile delinquents.
Those wishing to visit the event can find more information at www.nstda.or.th/nac2015 or call 0 2564 8000. – See more at: http://thainews.prd.go.th/CenterWeb/NewsEN/NewsDetail?NT01_NewsID=WNROY5803150010001#sthash.WgJpkLpR.dpuf