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British Embassy launches ISPF fund to strengthen cooperation with Thailand


The British Embassy in Thailand held the launch of the Science, Research and Innovation Partnership Fund (ISPF) in Thailand to strengthen the science partnership between the UK and Thailand.

The UK government has allocated a budget of 337 million pounds (or approximately 15,124 million baht) through the Science, Research and Innovation Partnership Fund.ISPF) until 2025, supporting UK researchers and innovators to work with partner countries to study pressing contemporary issues. This grant will help UK researchers and innovators The Kingdom works with partner countries on interdisciplinary projects working on issues including Planet, Health, Tech and Talent.

This funding comes from the UK Department of Science, Innovation and Technology, as part of the UK Government’s commitment to international science partnerships. ISPF grants will help the UK and its partners to grow science. And it’s better than the development of just one country.

The ISPF scholarship launch event on February 19 was led by Mark Gooding, British Ambassador to Thailand. and Professor Dr. Sirirerk Songsivilai, Chairman of the Committee for the Promotion of Science, Research and Innovation, gave a speech. This was followed by a discussion by Thai researchers who have been successful in various research projects with the UK, sharing their experiences and knowledge from collaboration with UK researchers.

Mark Gooding British Ambassador to Thailand speaking at the opening ceremony

“The UK and Thailand have a long history of cooperation in science, research and innovation, dating back to before the Newton Fund. Many Thai researchers have studied in the UK and return to collaborate with UK organizations and researchers. the Kingdom in developing research to answer national and national development issues. We hope that the ISPF scholarship will be an important milestone in scientific cooperation between the UK and Thailand.”

The article is in Thai


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