science

  • Health

    Boost your happy hormones with these tips

    What defines happiness? Could it be realising one’s utmost dreams, attaining wealth and success, or discovering true love? But then what follows these achievements, and does it imply an absence of happiness before their occurrence? Striving for positive experiences is common, driven by the belief that these experiences significantly impact our well-being. However, because humans are complex, achieving sustained happiness…

  • Thailand News

    UK and Thailand unveil 15.3 billion baht science fund

    In a historic move announced in Bangkok, the British Embassy and Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI) have joined forces to roll out the International Science Partnerships Fund (ISPF). This jaw-dropping 337-million-British-pound (15.3 billion baht) venture, set to be fully operational by the year’s end, is poised to revolutionise the realms of science and innovation on a global scale. Prompted…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand’s NSTDA building AI ecosystem for ethical standardisation

    The artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem is under construction by Thailand‘s National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA). The move is part of an effort to establish ethical and standardisation measures to prevent AI misuse, as confirmed by the agency’s director, Chukit Limpijamnong. The NSTDA has been working on setting up the ecosystem, recognising AI’s role in bolstering economic and social…

  • Thailand News

    Cosmic cut-off: Thai student’s stellar space science event opportunity eclipsed by budget black hole

    A Thai student selected by Japan for a space science event has missed the opportunity due to the Thai government‘s inability to fund the airfare. The National Science and Technology Development Agency’s (NSTDA) SPACE Education programme highlighted the situation. The Japanese programme, known as JAXA Asian Try Zero G, has conducted similar space science events for several years, inviting young…