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Professor Dr Raja Noor Zaliha Raja Abd Rahman's ezymes have been up to space and back. She studies the molecular structure of proteins, searching for promising candidates that could be developed into the next big industrial enzyme.

Prof Dr Raja Noor Zaliha: Adventures in microbe hunting

27 August 2014

Enzymes are a crucial pillar of industrial biotechnology.

Tiger Valley project to proceed as planned

27 August 2014

TEMERLOH: After an initial delay, the RM45mil Tiger Valley project in Lanchang – to house rescued tigers – will proceed as planned.

City folk are singing in the rain

27 August 2014

PETALING JAYA: The unexpected downpour in the past few days has been welcomed with open arms by city folk who have been bracing themselves for dry and hot days ahead.

Garbage target reached six years earlier

26 August 2014

JOHOR BARU: In Johor alone, more than 3,600 tonnes of garbage are collected on a daily basis.

Hope for paws: Catching and tagging Rahsia the endangered clouded leopard is a major boost to conservation efforts for the species. - Bernama

Breakthrough in clouded leopard project

26 August 2014

KINABATANGAN: A female Sunda clouded leopard has been fitted with a satellite collar — for the first time ever — by a conservationist studying the movement of the endangered species in the lower Kinabatangan area.

Overview of the land: The Landscape Game was invented as a teaching tool by Prof Dr Herry Purnomo (inset), using game theory to help students get their heads around the competing economic interests among stakeholders in landscape management. Carbon emissions, biodiversity, food security and environmental services are factored into the game.

Rules of engagement

22 August 2014

A new era with new concerns demands a new game to reflect the changing mindset of the times.

Female Bornean orang utan (Pongo pygmeus wurnbii) and her son Lamandu Nature Reserve in Central Kalimantan

Timber firms told to adopt orang utan conservation plan

20 August 2014

KUCHING: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) calls on timber companies to strengthen their commitment and effort on orang utan conservation in Borneo.

Dirty discharge: Leachate discharge from the waste transfer station flowing into Sungai Batu which is just a stone's throw away from the plant.

Leachate polluting river

20 August 2014

OPPONENTS of the proposed incinerator in Kepong have questioned whether the authorities are capable of managing the high-tech facility once it is built.

Don’t jeopardise public safety

19 August 2014

From Datuk Pardip Kumar Kukreja, Taman Tasik Titiwangsa.

Cold-blooded killing: Veterinarians conducting the post-mortem near the Felda Umas oil palm plantation.

Rangers seek police help to probe shooting of pygmy elephant

19 August 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife rangers have sought the help of police to investigate the shooting of a male pygmy elephant near the Felda Umas oil palm plantation.

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