On the 22nd June 2016, the granting ceremony for The Asahi Glass Foundation Research Grants was held at LIB 108, 1st floor, Library. This year, there are five grantees. Congratulations for Asst.Prof.Dr. Teeranoot Chanthasopeephan for receiving The Asahi Glass Foundation Research Grant 2016.
This course will introduce you to a general overview of the biological world for all students except students in faculty of science. The course starts with key topics relevant to biological engineering area. After that the expertise in many areas involving biology will lecture with an emphasis on case studies, real-world applications. The subject involves some project work (which is presented in the last week of this subject). The subject has been designed to contain: participant 10 %, activities and homework assignments 20 %,project and presentation 30 %, final exam 40 %.
Every year, the Biological Engineering Program organises the BIE Camp for the 3rd and 4th undergraduates, where they will have the chance to learn the research in biological engineering fields such as synthetic biology, bio-imaging, nanoengineering, biomaterials, biomechanics and tissue engineering, etc. Moreover, they will have an opportunities familiarise themselves with the environment in KMUTT. There also will be a wide variety of games and activities for students to ensure that students will have a unique and memorable experience.