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          Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI), a public organization under supervision of Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, is fully aware of the COVID-19 outbreak reported worldwide. SLRI engineers, therefore, applied preexisting bodies of knowledge, usually used in operating a synchrotron light source, in a field of engineering such as vacuum, power supply, control engineering, and magnetic technologies to design and build a negative pressure chamber for COVID-19 patient care. The chamber is created for Deb...

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SLRI beamline scientist, Dr. Pinit Kidkhunthod, and his team received Gold Award trophy at Thailand Research Expo 2020 held on 2 – 6 August 2020 at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at Central World hotel.  The award is received from the invention of novel glass as cathode material of future Li-ion battery.    


SLRI beamline scientist team including Dr. Somchai Tancharakorn, Dr. Waraporn Tanthanuch, Dr. Nichada Jearanaikoon and Dr. Worawikunya Kiatponglarp had a visit to Diamond Light Source in United Kingdom for research sample analysis on 5 – 28 February 2020.

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          Global warming, one of environmental concerns which occurs because of greenhouse gas emission like CO2, now becomes increasingly severe and causes wide range of impacts, especially extreme climate change reported worldwide. Therefore, researchers aim to reduce the emission of CO2 by converting to high value chemical products such as olefins and alcohol that can be used as an alternative energy. By the stated aim, market value of CO2 will be increased and stability of raw materials will be sustained. CO2 conversion needs to be conducted under high-pressure (reaction that overall moles of product are decreas...

         A special designed microfluidic chip applied for powder substance investigation using electromagnetic wave propagation, comprises of powder sample container at center.  The container surrounded by 4 64 microfluidic channels crafted to delicately deliver fluid chemical substance into the container to process the chemical reaction.  Windows of the container made used of materials those allow the electromagnetic wave to propagate.  At each end of the chip located with tubes connected with channels i.e. one for injecting the chemical...


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