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Thailand Inventors' Day 2017

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Period:02 Feb 2017 - 06 Feb 2017

Address:88, Bang Na-Trat Rd., Bang Na, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260 Thailand

Tel:+6625612445 ext 506, +6625792288

Service day:Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 09:30-17:30

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Thailand Inventors' Day returns with more than 1,300 research works on display at Bitec Hall 102-104, Bang Na-Trat Road, from tomorrow to Feb 6, 9.30am-5.30pm.

Held to honour King Bhumibol, The Father Of Thai Invention, the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) will divide the research by Thai inventors into three groups under the concept "Invention And Innovation: Power To Create Stability, Prosperity And Sustainability".

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Honouring the Father Of Thai invention

Thailand Inventors' Day returns with more than 1,300 research works on display at Bitec Hall 102-104, Bang Na-Trat Road, from tomorrow to Feb 6, 9.30am-5.30pm.

Held to honour King Bhumibol, The Father Of Thai Invention, the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) will divide the research by Thai inventors into three groups under the concept "Invention And Innovation: Power To Create Stability, Prosperity And Sustainability".

The highlights include an LED light set to trap shrimps created by Adirek Thiwattanont from Kanchanapisek Samutprakarn Technical College to help farmers to trap white shrimp in a pond at a lower cost; natural indigo dye for silk and cotton fabric printing and painting by students from Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon's Faculty of Industrial Textile and Fashion Design; and portable equipment for drinking water production by Prof Dr Thammasak Rojwiruj from Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi's Faculty of Engineering.

Also displayed are two innovative creations by young inventors — The Travel Fitness from Chulalongkorn University Demonstration Elementary School and fabric made from corn husk from Princess Chulabhorn's College Pathumthani.

Other interesting creations include a rack of storage for houses in flooding prone areas, fried peanut in larb flavour, a bicycle-assisted therapy for autistic children, portable solar bag, sunflower sprouts soap and multipurpose orthotics for pet wellness.

The five-day event will also exhibit a total of 108 research works that won the NRTC's Outstanding Researcher Award, Excellent Research Award, Thesis of the Year (2016) and Excellent Invention Award; 148 international award-winning inventions; 34 winning creations by student researchers and 41 winning creations by a new generation of inventors.

This year will also see an international pavilion unveiling at least 20 new inventions from 20 countries, including Taiwan, Poland, China, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, UAE, Egypt, Iran and Switzerland.

Visit www.inventorday.nrct.go.th or call 02-579-2288 or 02-561-2445 ext 506—9.

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88, Bang Na-Trat Rd., Bang Na, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260 Thailand

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