Chiang Mai- Thailand
March 11, 2023
Thailand's scientific community is buzzing with excitement as the highly anticipated exhibition, Universe.Human.Intelligence., officially opened its doors at the Princess Sirindhorn AstroPark. From March 12 to April 16 2023, visitors will have the opportunity to explore some of humanity's most profound questions in an interactive and engaging manner.
The exhibition, which originated from Germany's Max Planck Society, is a five-themed journey through The Universe, Human History, Our Brain, The Anthropocene, and Artificial Intelligence. With easy-to-understand texts in both Thai and English, Universe.Human.Intelligence. strikes a balance between imparting general knowledge and presenting cutting-edge research, making it accessible to audiences of all ages.
As the first stop in Southeast Asia, the exhibition has already generated immense interest, with scientists, educators, and curious minds eagerly awaiting its arrival. The National Science Museum and National Astronomical Research Institute are the perfect venues for the exhibition, providing an appropriate stage for the subject matter.
In addition to showcasing the research opportunities available in Germany, Universe.Human.Intelligence. also demonstrates the power of science as a tool for intercultural cooperation. By employing multinational and transdisciplinary research teams, we can tackle the challenges we face in a globalized world.
The opening of the exhibition was presided over by Dr. Saran Posyachinda, Executive Director of the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand. Dr. Saran spoke about the significance of the exhibition, stating that "it is important for the younger generation to learn about science and technology, and to have an understanding of how they can use their knowledge to make a positive impact on society."
Universe.Human.Intelligence. is open to the public from March 12 to April 16 at the Princess Sirindhorn AstroPark. Admission is free, so don't miss this opportunity to explore the big questions and find surprisingly simple answers.