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Professor Wing Commander Dr. Sarawut Sujitjorn, Chief Executive Officer of Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI), and executives welcomed SLRI International Advisory Committee (IAC) coming for a meeting on 18-19 March 2019 at SLRI.

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Synchrotron Light Research Institute-SLRI, aiming to become a global institute, won 3 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards in administration, human resources, and innovative development making SLRI ready to become a leader in sciences and technology in ASEAN with pride and honor.


Synchrotron Thailand Central Lab successfully developed a smart farm for cultivation of a high-value type of small mushrooms called "cordyceps militaris". The technology has been made possible through the use of AI and feedback control. The scientists and engineers here turned a common factory-size refrigerator into an intelligent compartment for cropping the mushroom. Such technology requires a delicate control of humidity, temperature, light and gases. Control conditions and mushroom growth can be monitored through a smart-phone in real-time.

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Synchrotron light is produced using a particle accelerator “Synchrotron Light Source”, a main infrastructure for science and technology development. The light is applied for in-depth studies of both atomic and molecular structures, and also for solving many scientific problems. Therefore, several users have sent proposals to Synchrotron Light Research Institute (Public Organization), SLRI, to acquire the use of synchrotron light. Radiation safety is then considered by SLRI the first and foremost important issue.

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Rice is Thailand’s economic crop that makes rising income years by year.  Apart from consumption, the country also applies this crop in industries as well, for example, animal feeds, beverages, cosmetics, and dietary supplements, etc.



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