Biotechnology is a science that exploits living organisms or components of living organisms to make useful products. Biotechnology promises to revolutionalize the agricultural, industrial, health and environmental sectors.
The Department offers a four year curriculum leading to a B.Sc. in Biotechnology. The program provides basic course work and also includes two months of industrial training and a senior research project on the application of biotechnology in areas relevant to national development.
The Department also undertakes active research programs that emphasize links with the Thai industrial sector. These research projects take advantage of our state-of-the-art capabilities in biotechnology areas that include genetic engineering, industrial biotechnology, food biotechnology, plant biotechnology and bioprocess engineering.
Improved hardness of nanocomposite films on PMMA sheet using beadmilled-SiO2 nanoparticle in dowanol PM
Characteristics of the tetraploid plant derived as a somaclonal variation in lilium longiflorum
Comparison Study of Sugarcane Leaves and Corn Stover as a Potential Energy Source in Pyrolysis Process
Viscoelastic property and cell adhesion process of cultured fibroblasts on different self-assembled monolayers monitored by acoustic wave biosensor
Isolation of Acid-Sensitive Lactobacillus plantarum and its application as starter in Nham production to prevent over-fermentation.
Antioxidant Activity and Fatty Acid constituents in Durian Seeds