The summit will host 21 eminent scientists including Nobel Laureates, who will engage and share first-hand insights in science and research with over 500 young scientists from 30 countries
Author: Scientific Malaysian
The Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology at the University of Malaya’s Faculty of Medicine, Dr Chan Yoke Fun, was announced as the winner of the ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women 2020.
In late 2017, Sir Fraser, who was one of three scientists to be awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, co-launched a line of skincare products that use miniscule organic cubes to deliver their ingredients into skin over time.
The Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS) 2019 is an annual event, in its 6th year. Modeled off the Lindau meetings, the GYSS brings science luminaries together with leading PhD students from across the world to Singapore. Feng Zengkun had the opportunity to interview one of the plenary speakers, materials scientist and physicist Dr Tuomo Suntola, who recently won the Millennium Technology Prize 2018.
The Scientific Malaysian team is proud to announce our media partnership with Global Young Scientists Summit 2019 in Singapore! It will be held from the 20th to the 25th of January 2019. We will be sending two of our media representatives to cover the event this year.
25 October 2018, KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has won the bid to host the 27th Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemist and Molecular Biologist (FAOBMB) Conference, which will be held in conjunction with the 44th Annual Conference of the Malaysian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology […]
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.