History of TISTR
The Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR) was firstly established as a state enterprise of the special category on 25th May 1963, under the Applied Scientific and Research Corporation of Thailand (ASRCT) Act B.E. 2506 (1963) in order to implement special science and technology policies of the Royal Thai government. After the establishment of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MOSTE) in 1979, ASRCT Act was repealed and replaced by the Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research B.E. 2522 (1979) Act. Classified as a state enterprise of promotion category, TISTR has been financially supported via the annual budgets allocated by the government. Later, MOSTE has been renamed to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) under the Government System Reform Act B.E. 2545 (2002).
A state enterprise, established on 25th May 1963 under the Ministry of Science and Technology.
A leading organization in the integration of science, technology and innovation for the creation of a sustainable innovation-based society
|1.||To conduct R&D in science, technology and innovation for value adding of products and services, in order to enhance national competitiveness.|
|2.||To provide services in analysis, testing, calibration, inspection, certification of quality management system, training and consultancy services, in order to enhance industrial competitiveness.|
|3.||To transfer technology and innovation to industry and community enterprises, with a furtherance for economic, social and environmental utilizations.|
|4.||To develop an effective organizational management system.|
An organisation of intelligence, creating innovation value
Smart TISTR : Customer-oriented and Self-development