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1. business | 25 Nov 2013
» A study by Nielsen (Thailand) has highlighted the tastes of young Thais aged 15-35, whom it confusingly dubs Gen Me in contrast with Me Gen oldsters, in their late 30s and up.
2. learning | 05 Oct 2010
Newspaper section: Learningpost
» In the past, it was believed that children were born with preset neurons that were inherited from their parents. For instance, if the parents were good at mathematics, it was believed that the children, too, would automa...
3. learning | 02 Jul 2010
Newspaper section: Realtime
» Bayer Science and Education Foundation is accepting applications for its scholarship programmes. In the academic sector, ambitious students can apply for a Bayer, Carl Duisberg or Kurt Hansen scholarship if they are aimi...
4. business | 22 Oct 2013
» The Thai stock market yesterday plunged 2.44%, bucking most regional trends, as investors worried about heightening political tensions after a House committee scrutinising the amnesty bill has voted the controversial dra...
5. learning | 26 Jun 2012
» The impact of floods, droughts & climate change on Thailand has been great. If approved quickly, a US joint study could provide valuable information to Thailand.
6. business | 18 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Southeast Asia remains heavily dependent on fossil fuel imports and by 2035 it will be the world’s fourth largest oil importer, behind China, India and the European Union, based on current trends, says the International ...
7. learning | 16 Apr 2012
About the law
» Chalerm Yubamrung's proposal to speed up executions, a big step backward that ignores global & Thai trends in legal reform.
8. learning | 20 Sep 2012
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» Parliament president Somsak Kiatsuranont left for Europe yesterday on a nine-day, three country "study” tour. The trip is raising eyebrows for its cost, its participants and the “topics” under study.
9. opinion | 18 Nov 2013
» When a layman and a lawyer sit down together to talk mathematics, they can probably see the same result but will interpret the meaning differently.
10. learning | 24 Aug 2010
» At Suvarnabhumi airport one late afternoon last month, throngs of teachers, students, parents and journalists were waiting for the arrival of the five Thai gold medallists who were returning from the International Physic...