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Journal of Current Science and Technology

Editor's Note

Soon we will be welcoming a New Year, 2019. In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time.  He is usually depicted as a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past.  The Romans dedicated the month of January to Janus.

The writers of several recently published books have provided us with facts that give us some cause for optimism – not pessimism, with respect to the future.   I wish to share some of their findings – a kind of literary New Year’s gift!

The ascent of the developing world.  We live at a time when major players on the world’s stage are mired in political fighting and trade wars.  One only has to look at the daily news emanating from USA: the Office of the President, and the Congress.  Or, the turmoil which has resulted from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.  Other nations, though, are noticing that they are not immune from fallout resulting from those events: the so-called ‘ripple effects’. Read more...

Journal of Current Science and Technology. Vol.8 No.2 , July - December 2018.
Table of Contents
Editor's Note
Looking back and looking forward: Some good news
Jamie Wallin, Ph.D.
Research Articles
Application of microbubbles for cleaning coal powder
Prapaipis Tawonsri, Somchai Saeung, and Chayut Nuntadusit
Application of microbubble technique for CO2 and CH4 entrapment in biogas
Songphon Suekkhachat, Somchai Saeung, and Chayut Nuntadusit
Designing an examinee personal verification system using biometric technology
Sethapong Wong-In and Paniti Netinant
Downdraft gasifier identification via neural networks
Arpakorn Wattana, Sarawut Janpong, and Yannavut Supichayanggoon
Prevalence and associated factors of fall risk in Thai older people: a primary care based study in Chiang Rai
Supaporn Trongsaku and Oranich Vimolratana
The effectiveness of video and handbook learning media on acquisition of knowledge on healthcare process in liver cancer patients received first trans-arterial chemoembolization: A randomized control-trial
Ruechuta Molek, Kamolchanok Boonprachack, Dararat Chuwongin, Sunisa Yungyuen, Benjamas Preechakoon, and Marisa Sombutboon