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Event Report: 6th National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR) 2012

Event Report: 6th National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR) 2012

Novel to Nobel: Better research, better doctors, better health. by Jasmine Leong The 6th National Conference for Clinical Research (NCCR) was held in Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur from the 26th to 28th of September 2012. This event was officiated by the Minister […]

Project Collab: Neuroscience research in NBGG, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Project Collab: Neuroscience research in NBGG, Universiti Putra Malaysia

The Project Collab aim is to foster research collaboration. In this section, we highlight the research work of the Neurobiology and Genetics Group (NBGG) at Universiti Putra Malaysia.

Interview: Dr Sonia Ortega

Interview: Dr Sonia Ortega

Dr Sonia Ortega, a Program Director at the US National Science Foundation (NSF) spoke to SciMy about her views on science education and her involvement with Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT) in her 2-month working visit to Malaysia. We received an introduction to the life of a woman whose dedication to science is undeniable. Interview by Victor Tan and Xander Chong.

Life at CERN: Beyond the LHC

Life at CERN: Beyond the LHC

A column by Hwong Yi Ling When it comes to research at CERN, much spotlight has been shone on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). And rightly so. The LHC is the culmination of a decade of meticulous design and hard work, from a big team […]

Life as a postdoc

Life as a postdoc

by Dr Sylvia Yip As I am writing this, I am months away from leaving postdoc and also academia. So far, it has been quite roller coaster journey filled initially with loneliness, depression, anxiety, to subsequently self-discovery, hope and fulfilment. I am therefore grateful for […]

Breaking The Regeneration Barrier

Breaking The Regeneration Barrier

Could we someday be able to regenerate organs or tissues like house lizards?

Film Reviews: Through The Lens Of A Scientist

Film Reviews: Through The Lens Of A Scientist

Dr Wong Kah Keng reviews a movie which puts the audience straight into the shoes of the protagonist suffering from short-term memory loss (a disorder known as ‘anterograde amnesia’).

News Highlights

News Highlights

News articles published on Scientific Malaysian between April to July 2012.