Science and technology

Science and technology
Honglada Thoetkiattikul, an ASEAN-U.S. science and technology fellow from Thailand, contributes to improving science-based policy-making in the region. Photo by Montakan Tanchaisawat, USAID. Licensed under CC-BY-SA-4.0.

As the most developed countries in the region, Thailand and Vietnam lead the Lower Mekong in their adoption, accessibility and investment in science and technology. Thailand is also the only Lower Mekong country to rank on UNESCO’s Atlas of research and experimental development. While all ...

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