Project Collab: Transforming future space exploration missions with microfluidic technologies

Project Collab: Transforming future space exploration missions with microfluidic technologies

Microfluidic technology has attracted attention of researchers from chemistry and biomedical sciences since its early development with the aim of limiting resource usage and waste reduction. By modifying the microfluidic devices and pulling in new technologies, the device could potentially transform future space exploration missions to be safer, more reliable and sustainable. Check out the microfluidic research carried out by Dr. Jitkai Chin (University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, UNMC) & Tengku Farah Wahida Ku Chik (National Space Agency Malaysia, ANGKASA).

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EARTHQUAKES ALONG PLATE BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: PART I

EARTHQUAKES ALONG PLATE BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: PART I

In this article I will highlight the latest development in the earthquake research along the Nepal Himalayan, which was conducted by Prof. Paul Tapponier (Earth Observatory of Singapore) and his group.

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THE POWER OF SLEEP

THE POWER OF SLEEP

by Evon Cheong As a medical student, I find myself fascinated by the depth and breadth of science and how it is so intrinsically intertwined…

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NATIONAL SCIENCE CHALLENGE 2012 IN PUTRAJAYA

NATIONAL SCIENCE CHALLENGE 2012 IN PUTRAJAYA

Report by Jasmine Leong. Photos by Xander Chong On the 24th of October 2012, National Science Challenge was held in the Federal Government Administrative Centre…

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4TH TECHNOPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION (TISE) 2012

4TH TECHNOPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION (TISE) 2012

Report by Jasmine Leong. Photos by Xander Chong Creating a Bright Future through Science, Technology and Innovation: In October 2012, Scientific Malaysian (SciMy) was proud…

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