มนุษย์ !

Join us for a tour of Humans! We'll be exploring the historical locations of early Thai cultures, discussing one of the most important infections in the world, and discovering what 'data-sharing' really means.

This event will be in Thai / กิจกรรมเป็นภาษาไทยตลอดงาน

Hosted by:

Ravikanya Praphasavat (MORU)

Claire Chewapreecha (MORU)

FabCafe X TCDC
4 Charoen Krung 32 Alley, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Bangkok, Thailand
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SATURDAY 19th MAY 2017
Doors open 1.30pm/ Event 2pm-4pm
FREE EVENT!
Entry until venue reaches capacity

Sea-level Changes and Its Problematics on Studying Dvaravati Culture

ระดับทะเลที่เปลี่ยนไป กับปัญหาในการศึกษาวัฒนธรรมทวารวดี

Dr Trongjai Hutangkura

(Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre)

Major cities of the Dvaravati culture (6th – 10th centuries) had been believed to be port towns on the Lower Central Plain of Thailand. However, a number of recent studies show that the palaeo-shoreline that reached these cities belong to the early phase of the Holocene Maximum Transgression, around 7000 years earlier. Therefore, how do we find the approximate locations of the palaeo-shoreline relating to the Dvaravati?

HIV/AIDS: Myths vs Evidence

โรคเอขไอวี/เอดส์: ความเชื่อ กับ หลักฐานทางวิทยาศาสตร์

Dr Rapheephan Maude (Department of Epidemiology, MORU)

There are many myths about HIV/AIDS. This talk will explore and dispel some common myths regarding HIV prevention and treatment using evidence from new scientific developments. Current and future trends in HIV research will be discussed.

What we know and what we should know about research and fieldwork

Ravikanya Praphasavat (MORU)

Details to follow. 

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