Small molecular alterations – The solution to drug resistance in cancer may lie in small changes to biologically-active synthetic molecules. I remember the moment like it was yesterday. A final year Chemistry student, meeting her advisor to discuss a project that she did not have […]
Evolving scientific discoveries have uncovered yet another layer of complexity which challenged the dogma postulating that inhibiting angiogenesis could inhibit tumour growth, as the functionality of the vessels heavily determines the therapeutic outcome.
Invisible Asia-Pacific Malaria is a photography project on bringing light to Malaria in Asia Pacific. An exhibition on this project will be held from 2 to 29 September 2017 at the National Library Board, 100 Victoria Street S 188064, Singapore. Commentary by Prof. J. Kevin Baird […]
Dr Susanne Rentzow-Vasu is the Regional Representative for the EURAXESS Links ASEAN network, a pan-European network that promotes research cooperation between Europe and Southeast Asia.
As part of the Special Feature for Issue 10, we introduce a new section to highlight high impact publications from Malaysians globally.
To celebrate the milestone of the 10th Issue of the Scientific Malaysian Magazine, we conducted a poll among our readers and supporters to help us pick the best of Scientific Malaysian Magazine articles. Over the past three years (9 issues) we have published over a hundred articles, written by both Malaysian and international scientists, as well as science enthusiasts around the globe. We love many of them, but here are five of our readers’ most liked articles and why we think they are important.