Following the success of our first AMA session with Dr Betty Sim (link here), it is now time for the second session of Scientific Malaysian Ask Me Anything (AMA) series! This time, it’ll actually be an “Ask Us Anything” session with a panel of scientists from Cancer Research Malaysia (CRM). This is in conjunction with our upcoming issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine, which will be focusing on Cancer.
Science Cafe KL will be hosting a free public talk on Quantum Physics at The Bee, Publika in Kuala Lumpur. The speaker, Fabien Bouhier is a social media expert at Google by day, and a Quantum Physicist enthusiast by night. His idea is to make knowledge accessible to everybody – with or without any mathematical background – for free.
In conjunction with the month of the ‘2016 World Tapir Day’, the Malaysian Heritage and History Club (MHHC) will be organising an event, Wild Wildlife with Tenok and Friends, on 2nd April 2016 (Saturday) at Badan Warisan Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur).
From March 1 to 13, Scientific Malaysian will be organising our very first Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on our platform with Dr. Betty Kim Lee Sim, Founder of Protein Potential LLC and Executive Vice President of Process Development and Manufacturing at Sanaria Incorporated. Throughout this AMA session, registered members of Scientific Malaysian will have the opportunity to post questions to Dr. Sim via our online discussion platform.
Cancer Research Malaysia, together with University of Malaya (UM) and Monash University Malaysia jointly initiated the 1st Malaysia Zebrafish Disease Model Workshop on 11 and 12 November 2015. The 2-day workshop was held in Subang Jaya, Selangor and was attended by nearly 70 scientists from prominent local universities and scientific institutes.
EURAXESS Links ASEAN and Young Scientists Network-Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) jointly organised the Effective Science Communication Workshop in November 2015 to train participants to effectively communicate their research ideas towards a wide and variable audience.
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Malaysia is proud to collaborate with King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand in organizing ICOBM-2 with the aim to bring together and provide a platform for interaction and exchanging research ideas among experts from various fields of beneficial microorganisms.
Event report for the 5th International Conference for Young Chemists (ICYC 2015), organised by the School of Chemical Sciences of Universiti Sains Malaysia on the 5th to 7th of August 2015. ICYC is a biennial conference featuring speakers and participants from Malaysia and abroad.