Indonesia and Thailand share a long history of scientific collaboration and exchange. Both countries have been working together to advance the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through research collaborations, student exchange programs, joint conferences, and more.
The two countries are also active members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which promotes cooperation in the region in areas such as science and technology. Through ASEAN-led initiatives, Indonesia and Thailand have been able to build strong relationships in various scientific disciplines.
Indonesia and Thailand have also established a number of partnerships with universities from both countries that facilitate joint research projects as well as student exchanges. This has enabled scientists from both countries to share knowledge and expertise while working on cutting-edge research topics that could benefit both nations.