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Probiotic can prevent dental cavities

      Probiotic refers to live bacteria that may confer a health benefit on the host (definition by Food and Drug Administration and World Health Organization). A research project led by PSU Department of Dentistry aimed to develop probiotic to prevent dental cavities. ... Read more

Climate Change Affects Crops and Edible Plants in Southern Thailand

      Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sayan Sdoodee from the Department of Plant Science, PSU Faculty of Natural Resources, revealed that the climate change in the past not only caused geographical catastrophic events, such as coastal erosion and landslides, but also affected ... Read more

Potential Anti-Cancer Substances in Garcinia cowa Leaves

      A study conducted by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pharkphoom Panichayupakaranant, Director of Research in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, and Mr. Apirak Sakunpak, a Ph.D. candidate under the support of the Royal Golden Jubilee Ph.D. Program ... Read more

“PB Watch” – A PSU Scholar’s Case Study of 2010 Disaster Affecting Pattani Bay Community

     “Educating villagers seems a daunting task. Attributes like appropriate instructional tools, simplified language, comprehensive presentation, and demonstrative models to show the source and direction of the flood, what obstructed and why the flood lingered longer in one area than another can help the villagers realize that the disaster did not affect just individual household, ... Read more

Birdotanais songkhlaensis – A New Genus and Species Discovered in Songkhla Lake

     Professor Saowapa Angsupanich, Ph. D., Department of Aquatic Science, Faculty of Natural Resources, Prince of Songkla University (PSU), revealed that Songkhla Lake ecology has deteriorated by intended and unintended human activities. ... Read more

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