On the 16th of April 2013, Emeritus Professor Dato’ Sri Zakri Abdul Hamid, Science Advisor of the Prime Minister, officiated the Korea-ASEAN Research and Development Cooperation Forum 2013. The event was jointly organised by the Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT), the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Korea (MOTIE) and Korea Institute of Advancement of Technology (KIAT).
News: Malaysia and Indonesia should collaborate on Rhino breeding programmes, according to wildlife scientists
With no more than 100 rhinoceroses left, wildlife researchers from Malaysia and Indonesia are urging the government to initiate a rhinoceros breeding programme.
The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science, established by the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) and The Mortimer D. Sackler Foundation, Inc., has finalised agreement to work with the Health Ministry of Malaysia. Malaysia is the first national government to agree to such partnership with the institute.
It has come to our attention that several news media have published an article on Malaysian Scientific Diaspora Network (MSDN). Suspiciously, the missions of the network are exactly the same as what we have laid out here at Scientific Malaysian.
The winner of 2012 Mahathir Science Award is British-born Prof. James M Kelly, recognised for his contribution to the development of seismic rubber bearings to protect structures from the devastating impact of earthquakes.
At 13,345 feet above sea level, a group of Dutch researchers from the Naturalis Biodiversity Centre in collaboration with Sabah Parks, discovered 160 new species previously unrecorded in Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia. Kinabalu Park, located in the East Malaysian state of Sabah, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
News: University of Malaya aiming to be one of the top 100 universities in the QS World University Rankings
University Malaya (UM) is one of oldest university in Malaysia and it was founded in 1949. It is considered by the general Malaysian population to be one of the best universities in Malaysia but how does it stack up with the other universities globally?
The first year anniversary of MoHE (Ministry of Higher Education) funding for high impact research was officiated by the University Malaya (UM) Vice-Chancellor Tan Sri Dr. Ghauth Jasmon. Among the attendees of the event were (High Impact Research) HIR principal investigators and their research teams which included postdoctoral and postgraduate students.