Scientific Malaysian Magazine Issue 14 has just been published today, in conjunction with the World Cancer Day (February 4)!
Following the success of our first two AMA sessions with Dr Betty Sim and the Cancer Research Malaysia panel, it is now time for our third session of Scientific Malaysian Ask Me Anything (AMA) series! This time, we will be hosting Dr Rezal Khairi Ahmad, CEO of NanoMalaysia Bhd. This is in conjunction with our upcoming issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine, which will be focusing on Nanotechnology.
Professor Teo Soo-Hwang, Chief Executive Officer for Cancer Research Malaysia has been awarded an Honorary Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) from HM Queen Elizabeth II for services to medical research.
A ground-breaking project that generates sustainable electricity from effluent waste processing has been awarded the Newton Prize worth £112,000 (approximately RM 635,000). This project, spearheaded by lead researchers from Malaysia and the United Kingdom, paves the way for greater access to energy supply particularly for […]
Taxon Expeditions has become the first organisation in the world to initiate field courses for citizen scientists in biodiversity hotspots, with the aim of discovering, describing, naming, and publishing new species under the slogan “You can be Darwin too”.
Three women scientists in Malaysia has won the coveted L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship recently for research that tackles global challenges while potentially saving the lives of millions.
The Space Entrepreneurship Symposium 2017 (SES 2017) will be held on the 5th of October at the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia. This symposium on space entrepreneurship is one of the first in Malaysia, with discussions on topics around space technology advancements and entrepreneurship to ignite inspiration in students and professionals to push this industry forward.
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.