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Today's Alert 2020

Today's Alert presents national and international news and events related to science and technology advancements in the CGI subject interests,
and especially reports that marked the outstanding academic performance of CGI.
From April 2019, Today's Alert combines news which formerly disseminated in CGI Learning Center Bulletin-Quarterly.
You can also view Today's Alert from https://cgilearn.wordpress.com/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/cgilearn
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CgiLearningCenter

January 2021

The CGI faculty member ranked the World's Top 2% Scientists.

Posted by Ratchaneewan

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Associate Professor Dr. Prasat Kittakoop ranked the World's Top 2% Scientists.

Associate Professor Dr. Prasat Kittakoop, a faculty member of Chemical Sciences Program.
He is ranked as the world's top 2% most published and cited scientists (World Top 2% Scientists), according to a research team
led by Stanford University, Professor John PA Ioannidis.
The study was published in PLOS Biology Journal., the rankings were based on an analysis of research findings
which was based on research articles published in the SCOPUS database from 1996 to 2019 , using a variety of indicators.
For more information :https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.3000918


Associate Professor Dr. Prasat Kittakoop has 126 publications
and total citations of 3938 times with h-index (Scopus) = 38.
He is ranked as the World Top 2% Scientists in medicinal & biomolecular chemistry.
His research interests are natural products chemistry,
medicinal chemistry, and organic synthesis with green chemistry approach.
He published works in high impact factor journals, for example,
Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2019 Impact factor 12.959).

CGI Learning Center would like to thank Dr. Prasat for allowing this post on our web site.

Credit:



December 2020

Happy New Year 2021

Posted by Bencharat

Read and Listen to the Book: in Memory of H.M.King Bhummibol Adulyadej

Posted by Bencharat

About this book: King Bhummibol Adulayadej A Life's Work

“What is the Siamese conception of monarchy,
how has it evolved and why has it prevailed?
The answers to these questions began to take form long before
the current dynasty, the Royal House of Chakri,
assumed power or the borders of Siam were drawn.”

Note: Text reading was quoted from selected parts of the book.

EP.1 Content King Bhummibol Adulyadej A Life’s Work
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NBCLRYW_SE
EP.2 Introduction A HISTORY OF KINGS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSVMfq95iYI
EP.3 Part I The Life
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4OUi8sppPc&t=16s
EP.4 Part II: The work
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFP9OOSqfAY
EP.5 Part III: The crown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjJvNhgrtig

November 2020

Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?

Posted by Juthatip

Why should we wear a face covering?

Face coverings reduce the spread of coronavirus droplets from coughs, sneezes and speaking.
They should mainly be worn to protect other people from coronavirus, rather than yourself.
When worn correctly, they should cover the nose and mouth, which are the main confirmed sources of transmission.
They can help to reduce the spread of the virus from people who are contagious, including those who have no symptoms, or are yet to develop them.
There is also evidence they can offer some protection to the wearer, although they are not a replacement for social distancing and hand-washing.

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Does everyone have to wear one?

  • Some people do not have to wear a face covering. They include:
    • Children (under 11 in England or Wales, under 13 in Northern Ireland, under five in Scotland)
    • Those unable to put on or wear a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or disability
    • People for whom wearing or removing a face covering will cause severe distress
    • Anyone assisting someone who relies on lip reading to communicate

  • You can remove your mask if:
    • You need to eat, drink, or take medication
    • A police officer or other official asks you to, or for shop staff to verify your age
    • You are entering a shop to avoid harm, if you do not have a mask on you

  • Young children should not wear face masks because of the risk of choking and suffocation.

Do face coverings work?

Face coverings do not give the wearer as much protection as the masks that healthcare workers wear.
World Health Organization (WHO) advice says non-medical face coverings should be worn in public where social distancing is not possible.
They help us protect each other and reduce the spread from people who are contagious but have no symptoms, or are yet to develop symptoms.

Reference

October 2020

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020.

Posted by Ratchaneewan

SPAIN-ODDLY/

Salute to Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier Nobel Laureates in Chemistry 2020.

See UC Berkeley biochemist Jennifer Doudna’s waking moments after winning the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.https://news.berkeley.edu/2020/10/07/a-day-in-the-life-nobel-prize-winner-jennifer-doudna/
Doudna was interviewed from her Berkeley home of her co-development with colleague Emmanuelle Charpentier of CRISPR-Cas9,
a gene-editing breakthrough that has revolutionized biomedicine. Doudna is the first woman on the Berkeley faculty to win a Nobel Prize.
She and Charpentier also became the first women in history to win a Nobel in the sciences together.
This year University of California at Berkeley celebrates 150 years of Women at Berkeley.

Also noted that Berkeley celebrated two Nobel Prize wins in one week of October 2020.


Learn more from the links below about the two Laureates and their scientific achievement that contributes to the world.

September 2020

Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) Publications

August 2020

Congratulations

Posted by Juthatip

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Academic promotion of faculty members

  • May 8, 2020:
    • Rojana Sukchawalit, Ph.D. Lecturer in Applied Biological Sciences Program (ABS) was appointed, the Associate Professor in the field of Molecular Biology

  • April 10, 2020:
    • Paiboon Vattanaviboon, Ph.D. Lecturer in Applied Biological Sciences Program (ABS) was appointed, the Associate Professor in the field of Microbiology.
    • Mayuree Fuangthong, Ph.D. Lecturer in Applied Biological Sciences Program (ABS) was appointed, the Associate Professor in the field of Microbiology.
    • Pattarawut Sopha, Ph.D. Lecturer in Applied Biological Sciences Program (ABS) was appointed, the Assistant Professor in the field of Molecular Biology.


For more infornation

July 2020

CGI Publications 2020

Posted by Ratchaneewan

On July 13, 2020, CGI 495 papers, published in 222 journals.

CGI papers published in the international journals have continued to be seen and cited increasingly.
On July 13, 2020, CGI had 495 papers published in 222 journals. And, CGI published research papers from 2007 to 2020 have been cited 4588 times in ISI Web of Science, and 5909 in Scopus databases.
The data was searched on July 13, 2020.

Back to 2007, 5 papers CGI publications were accepted to publish in international journals with Impact Factor higher than 2. The journals covered:
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
Phytochemistry
Tetrahedron
European Journal of Organic Chemistry
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health,
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
Chemistry- A European Journal, Infection and Immunity, Proteomics, and Food Chemistry.

Please visit the library's Research Support to find more update information on publicatons ranking and citation. https://www.cgi.ac.th/library/research_support


Reference

June 2020

New Normal Lifestyle

Posted by Juthatip

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Five core ideas of Central Hygiene and Safety Master Plan are:

  • Extra Screening: Everyone must measure body temperature before entering the shopping centers and stores; Everyone must wear face masks at all times; Staffs who work closely with customers are required to wear face shields and gloves; Additional measures will be applied for delivery staffs
  • Social Distancing: Restrict the number of customers allowed at a time as for shopping centers allowing 1 person per 5 square meters and as for shops and common areas as elevators-escalators-bathrooms, 1-2 meters distance is required; Arrange a queuing system and waiting area for the stores and delivery staffs; Apply 5 Shields: Face Shield / Food Shield / Table Shield / Counter Shield / Cashier Shield; Increase awareness and emphasize practical guidelines to everyone
  • Safety Tracking: Track employees’ health and travel records for the past 14 days prior to the re-opening and before starting work each day; For takeaway food, the name and temperature of the food providers must be labeled on the package
  • Extra Cleaning: Clean every touch point every 30 minutes in the shopping centers and stores; Use disinfectant solution after shopping centers close and implement a ‘Big Cleaning’ every week; Provide a disinfectant spraying service on shopping bags before leaving; Clean all food center card and parking card; Special measures for family lounge, prayer room, fitting rooms, classrooms and clean every equipment before and after use
  • Touchless Experience: Encourage Cashless and E-payments; Provide coins bag at the cashiers; Assign doormen; Assign staffs to press the elevator for customers (Buttonless)


Reference

May 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public

Posted by Juthatip

Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19

  • Simple ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your workplace:
    • Make sure your workplaces are clean and hygienic
    • Promote regular and thorough hand-washing by employees, contractors, and customers
    • Promote good respiratory hygiene in the workplace
    • Advise employees and contractors to consult national travel advice before going on business trips
    • Brief your employees, contractors, and customers that if COVID-19 starts spreading in your community anyone with even a mild cough or low-grade fever (37.3 C or more)needs to stay at home. They should also stay home (or work from home) if they have had to take simple medications, such as paracetamol/acetaminophen, ibuprofen or aspirin, which may mask symptoms of infection


Reference

April 2020

WFH Tips While Self-Isolating During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Posted by Juthatip

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Tips for new WFHers

  • As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the world, you may find yourself in a work from home (WFH) situation. With the right effort, you can stay productive while taking care of yourself and your loved ones.
    • Designate a workspace
    • Move around
    • Get ready for the day
    • Set a schedule
    • Create an eating plan


Reference

March 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public

Posted by Juthatip

Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus

  • Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. COVID-19 is still affecting mostly people in China with some outbreaks in other countries. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following:
    • Wash your hands frequently
    • Maintain social distancing
    • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth
    • Practice respiratory hygiene
    • If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early
    • Stay informed and follow the advice given by your healthcare provider


Reference

February 2020

12th Floor at CGI Learning Center, The Opening Activity

The Opening Activity

CGI Learning Center on 12th Floor is now available for students and faculty members.
Wider space for sitting and seminar rooms for class tutorials can accommodate more group studies and discussions.

  • Date: February 3rd, 2020
  • Time: 09.00 - 12.00 AM
  • Venue: CGI Learning Center, 12th Floor, CGI Building
  • Activity
    • Photo Shooting at CGI Learning Center, 12th Floor
    • Upload and post your photos to CGI Learning Center Fanpage
    • Hashtag #CGILearningCenter #LearningCommons
    • Get cuties Library bag!

January 2020

PubMed and PubMed Central- CGI Most Popular

Posted by Ratchaneewan

The Single Citation Matcher

The most poplar resources for CGI library users in 2019 is PubMed. This is a result from the library survey during June 10-30,2019,and from previous surveys.
Known among our users that “PubMed is free and comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MedLine, life science jiurnals, and online books.
Citations include links to full-text from PubMed Central and publisher we sites.”
Finding articles from PubMed has been fairly easy. However, user may look for a specific article and needs not to screen from many citations
as results normally displayed from regular search from PubMed. Single Citation Matcher is the function that allows user to find the article quickly.
The Single Citation Matcher is a “fill-in-the-blank” form that allows you to enter partial journal article citation information to locate that citation.
Ref:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
Find out more:
https://guides.library.harvard.edu/c.php?g=310308&p=2071645
https://library.medicine.yale.edu/tutorials/574
https://bethelks.libguides.com/c.php?g=878340&p=6308564
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydJWxRwjxjE
https://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/briefhistory.html
https://collections.nlm.nih.gov/master/borndig/101706419/USNATIONALpdf.pdf


ฐานข้อมูล PubMed และ PubMed Central เป็นฐานข้อมูลที่ผู้ใช้ของ CGI มีการเข้าถึงมากที่สุดในปี 2019 โดยศูนย์การเรียนรู้ CGI ได้ทำการสำรวจระหว่างวันที่ 10-30 มิถุนายน 2019 ที่ผ่านมา เป็นที่ทราบดีว่า ฐานข้อมูล PubMed เป็นฐานข้อมูลฟรี ที่รวบรวมรายการอ้างอิงมากกว่า 30 ล้านรายการ จากฐานข้อมูล MEDLINE วารสารทางด้าน Life Science และ E-Books
ในการเข้าถึงเอกสารฉบับเต็มจะมีการเชื่อมโยงไปยังแหล่งหรือสำนักพิมพ์นั้น ๆ Single Citation Matcher เป็นทางเลือกในการค้นหาบทความ (ที่ตรงกับข้อมูลที่เราระบุ โดยให้กรอกข้อมูลบรรณานุกรมเท่าที่เรามีอยู่ลงไปในช่องสืบค้น)และเป็นวิธีการค้นหาจากรายการอ้างอิงใน PubMed ได้เร็วขึ้น (บ่อยครั้งอาจต้องการค้นหารายการอ้างอิงที่เฉพาะเจาะจงใน PubMed มีหลายวิธีที่เร็วและง่าย) โดยที่ไม่ต้องไปที่หน้าสืบค้นหลัก ซึ่งค้นได้หลายวิธี เช่น ใช้เลข PubMed ID ซึ่งเป็นเลขประจำรายการอ้างอิง ถ้าหากไม่ทราบเลข PubMed ID สามารถใช้วิธีการสืบค้นจากหน้าหลักใต้กล่องสืบค้นกดลิงค์ที่ Advanced Search กรอกข้อมูลบรรณานุกรมเท่าที่มีข้อมูล เช่น ชื่อผู้แต่ง ปีที่และหน้าแรก อย่างไรก็ตาม บางครั้งบทความที่มีการอ้างอิงที่ไม่ถูกต้องและมีการอ้างอิงต่อ ๆ กัน การสืบค้น โดยใช้ฟังก์ชั่น Single Citation Matcher คือการพิมพ์ข้อมูลที่เป็นตัวเลขในกล่องสืบค้น เช่น ปีที่ ฉบับที่ หรือ เลขหน้า หรือพิมพ์บางส่วนของชื่อวารสาร หรือ ชื่อผู้แต่ง กรณีนี้ Single Citation Matcher มีตัวช่วย คือ Guide Name ระบบจะค้นหารายชื่อในฐานข้อมูลและแสดงผลคำที่ใกล้เคียงกับคำที่เราพิมพ์ เพื่อให้เลือกคำที่ถูกต้อง
และหากเกิดปัญหาในการสืบค้น โปรดติดต่อบรรณารักษ์เพื่อให้คำแนะนำ