SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
New legal standards for some science and technology professionals may be enacted this year in preparation for the advent of the Asean Economic Community in 2015.
The Council of Science and Technology Professionals (CSTP) is drafting a law in support of four science sectors: hazardous chemicals, environmental impact assessment, nuclear technology and control of disease-causing microbes.
CSTP president Nirut Uttha said it is important for Thai scientists to be as competitive as their counterparts in other countries in order to meet international standards, especially in industry.
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