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August 28th, 2007
To make the country stronger in science and technology, the committee said the country should increase the number of scientists. The number of scientists in Thailand is still low at only 6.7 per 10,000 of population while other newly industrial countries like Korea, Taiwan and Singapore have 38.9, 57 and 60 scientists per 10,000 of population respectively.
Sirirurg said the committee also agreed on biotechnology, information and communication technology, material science and nanotechnology as areas that NSTDA had already put a focus on.
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