ISSN 2630-0583 (Print)

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JCST

Journal of Current Science and Technology

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Editor's Note

Welcome to Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences

To date, the importance of R&D in the fields of agriculture, biotechnology and food technology needs not be overstressed.  For example in Hungary, the National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre (NARIC) founded by the government’s Act 1476 on January 1, 2014 has under its umbrella 13 research institutes in the variegated field of agriculture and food sciences.  Its largest institute, the NARIC Agricultural Biotechnology Institute (ABC) was founded by the Ministry of Agriculture in 1989.  It is widely recognized that there are so many living laboratories like this one in all regions of the world for us to learn and essentially benefit from experience sharing. Download

Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences. Vol.4 No.2 , July - December 2014.
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Research Articles
Higher education management in Thailand: insights from directors of Language Institutes
Harald Kraus
89-103
Cure characteristics, thermal and mechanical properties of natural rubber/synthetic rubber blends with and without compatibilizer
Supat Moolsin
105-116
Pinworm infections in suburban government schools in Lak Hok subdistrict, Muang Pathum Thani, Thailand
Sirima Kitvatanachai and Pochong Rhongbutsri
117-122
A method for reducing rancidity in germinated brown rice flour
Narumon Loikaeo, Benjarak Vayupharp, and Varaporn Laksanalamai
123-131
Effect of different mashing on non-alcoholic beer quality from Thai rice malt
Yupakanit Puangwerakul, Maneerat Lekpan, and Napaporn Khamhaeng
133-143
Wastewater management skills of municipal human resources in Songkhla Lake Basin, Thailand
Somtip Danteravanich, Cherdchan Siriwong, and Panalee Chevakidagarn
145-152
Lightning protection zones in substation using shield wires
Nit Petcharaks
153-161
Review Articles
Use of cardiac troponins as strong markers for patients with acute coronary syndrome
Virun Vichaibun
163-175
Roles of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in inflammation and cancer
Boondaree Siriwarin and Natthida Weerapreeyakul
177-191