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Bangkok | Mar-17 | Global Young Academy and Smart Villages Initiative’s engagement programmes in South Asia and Southeast Asia

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Bangkok | Mar-17 | Global Young Academy and Smart Villages Initiative’s engagement programmes in South Asia and Southeast Asia

  1. 1. Global Young Academy and Smart Villages Initiative’s engagement programmes in South Asia and Southeast Asia Opening by Yongyuth Yuthavong National Science and Technology Development Agency, Thailand Wrap-up workshop, Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand 7 -9 March 2017
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  6. 6. Science at the Base of the Pyramid • Health: Prevention and therapy of “neglected” diseases. • Food and agriculture: For own consumption and livelihood. • Water for household use: For clean, potable water. • Energy: Biofuels, solar heating and electricity. • Housing: Construction materials. • Transportation: Appropriate for livelihood. • Information and communication technology: For education, livelihood and networking.
  7. 7. (a) (b) Policy Direction, R&D and Implementation Support Makers Providers Makers Providers Users Users Products and services Products and services Investors Sellers Investors Donors Sellers Facilitators
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  9. 9. Figure 7.2 “He went through a gene-editing course.” (drawn by Pui, Thai Academy of Science and Technology)
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  14. 14. Sparks from the Spirit: From Science to Innovation, Development and Sustainability Book by Yongyuth Yuthavong 2018
  15. 15. Tapping Molecular Wilderness Drugs from Chemistry–Biology–Biodiversity Interface by Yongyuth Yuthavong

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