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7 August 2020
The report of the Conference on the Ethics of Science Technology and Sustainable Development organized by the Thai government and UNESCO focuses on the ethical aspects concerning science and technology and how it could be applied to use to achieve sustainable development, and further gain the issues public attention. The conference’s key points revolve around ethics in relation to the development and the implementation of genomic technologies, artificial intelligence, robotics, big data, climate change and the building up of a culture of research integrity. This book is published in the English Language.
5 May 2020
Thailand Science & Technology Indicators are regularly collected and published by the working group comprising 15 public and private organizations. This publication presents eight STI indicators, namely competitiveness, budget, research and development (R&D), manpower, technology balance of payments, patents, science and technology publications, and information and communication technology. This book is published in Thai language.
30 April 2020
As Thailand is moving towards an innovation-driven economy, demands for highly skilled manpower in target industries are increasing. In addition, requirements for knowledge and skills for future industries are becoming more complex. This publication presents results of a survey conducted by NXPO on high-skilled manpower demands in the five new S-curve industries - Biofuels & Biochemicals, Digital Industry, Aviation & Logistics, Wellness & Medical Devices, and Automation & Robotics. The book also includes an outline of Manpower Development Policy 2020-2024. This book is published in Thai language.
30 April 2020
In an attempt to break out of the middle-income trap and improve social inequality, the Thai Government has introduced a new economic model called Bio-Circular-Green Economic Model or BCG as a vehicle for economic and social development, enabling the transformation to an innovation-driven economy. This publication outlines the strategy to implement the BCG model which consists of 4 drivers and 4 enablers, involving the government, industry, communities, academia and international organizations. This book is published in Thai language.
25 April 2020
Following the enactment of the National Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Act in 2008, the National Science, Technology and Innovation Policy and Plan was formulated for the period from 2012-2021. It identifies challenging issues impacting the development of science, technology and innovation (STI) that better serve the needs of Thailand’s economy and society throughout the next decade. The Policy and Plan outlines the ways in which Thailand can benefit from STI in preparation for confronting domestic, regional and global challenges. The National STI Policy and Plan is published in Thai language.