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January 21st, 2007
Dr Teerachai Pornsinsirirak, the deputy chief of the National Nanotechnology Centre (Nanotech), hopes more Thai companies will turn to new technology to increase their international competitiveness.
Teerachai's expertise lies in the nanoscale - "small science" - in which companies can create new products so as to differentiate themselves from the competition.
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