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The National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC) celebrated its 8th Anniversary on
August 8 with a religious ceremony, followed by a talk by Prof. Sirirurg Songsivilai,
Executive Director on "Innovate for a Better Tomorrow".
"Since 2008, we have successfully increased the number of international publications
and patent registration" said Prof. Sirirurg. "The impact to the industry increased from
USD 1.5M in 2010 to USD 30M in 2011. This is the result of continuous drive to
building strong partnerships with the industry. We will continue to play an increasing
role in strengthening the university-NSTDA/NANOTEC-industry triangle in a way
that is symbiotic to our mutual interests."
Prof. Sirirurg commented that "Innovate for a Better Tomorrow" is a key message
that NANOTEC would like to adopt as it moves toward becoming a significant
player in the international industrial R&D community. "The research we undertake
must reflect our vision of National Importance, International Excellence, and Global
As part of the anniversary celebration, NANOTEC gave recognitions to researchers
and staff under the following category: Frontier Award, Director's Award, and
Distinguished Service Award. In addition, the staff and senior management took this
opportunity to present scholarships and help renovate a local school as part of the
corporate social responsibility activity.
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