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1. 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.
2. news | 11 Dec 2013
» A father's diet influences the health of his offspring, according to a study published on Tuesday that suggests men, like women, should plan to eat and live healthily in the run-up to conception.
3. learning | 07 Nov 2012
» A new study finds that humans can sniff out fear and disgust, and that a whiff of either scent can trigger the same emotion in another's brain.
4. news | 13 Dec 2013
» 007 boozed so much that in all reality he would have had the tremulous hands of a chronic alcoholic, according to an offbeat study published by the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
5. news | 12 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» After watching the established Tour de France in summer, Thai cyclists can again enjoy their own race during "Tour de Farm 3" this Sunday morning at Khao Yai National Park in Nakhon Ratchasima province.
6. news | 03 Nov 2013
» The US PGA Tour will launch a new professional golf tour in China next year with 12 tournaments across the world's most populous nation.
7. 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.
8. news | 15 Nov 2013
By Bangkok Post
» The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has suspended the Bangkok Temple tour around historic Rattanakosin Island by bus this weekend after anti-government protests made the tour impossible.
9. 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...
10. tech | 06 Nov 2013
» American teenagers are growing increasingly worried about online privacy and the possibility of identity theft, a study released Wednesday showed.