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September 16th, 2007

The story of Young Thai Science Ambassador Award winner

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The forum not only offers lectures but also excursions to universities and museums, for example the Department of Materials at Imperial College London which showcases the study on biomaterials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine and bio-nanotechnology for nanostructures and creating nano-biomaterials. Their research on stem cells is especially impressive. The lab equipment is ultra modern and allows students to do new and challenging research at their full capacity. Also, it is a privilege to have an opportunity to visit Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics, Cambridge University, where I see a lot of scientific equipment that I am used to seeing only in textbooks - a real cathode-anode tube, for example.

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