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Tengku Adnan (fourth from left) observing a student at the Robotic Lego Education Space Challenge Competition in conjunction with the Federal Territories Day 2017 celebration at Putrajaya Corporation.

Students rise to robotics challenge

28 February 2017

THE National Level Robotic Lego Education Space Challenge Competition made it into the Malaysia Book of Records for gathering the highest number of participants; 198 teams made up of 1,980 participants from 13 states.

Rusnida with Fujitsu marketing head David Chong.

Scholarship open for application

27 February 2017

CIVIL engineer Rusnida Talib from Kuala Lumpur City Hall was amazed at the contents of a management programme she joined, and learnt a lot more about strategic management, ethnography and economics.

Class Form Six AC 11 students from SMK Sri Istana having fun with the first issue of the ‘Earn Your Band 6’ section in the NiE pullout.

Newspaper - for students of all levels

26 February 2017

With the inclusion of the Earn Your Band 6 section for Form Six students in NiE, the pullout proves to be a learning resource for all.

Write it right

26 February 2017

The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout is looking for Form Six and pre-university students to contribute essays to our Earn Your Band 6 column.

Nabeel usually evaluates whether an item is worth his money before making a purchase.

Money saving tips

26 February 2017

THERE is an object in this world that befuddles and enriches. An item that plunges us into chaos, the root of all evil yet necessary for our modern survival.

Pupils were taught to use the microscopes at the university’s campus.

Microscope kits for science

26 February 2017

ACCOMPANIED by their teachers, a group of pupils from SK St Paul, Seremban paid a visit to The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC) to use microscopes.

From left: Yap, Prof Siti Salbiah and Muhamad Sidik exchange documents at the event.

Boosting research excellence

26 February 2017

IN their bid to up their innovation and research excellence, Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with HiGi Energy and Mariwealth Engineering & Consultancy Sdn Bhd.

Celebration was in the air as 2,105 graduates received their scrolls at MSUs 20th convocation ceremony.

Graduates make their mark

26 February 2017

MUHAMMAD Muqaffa Muhammad Jizan learnt that it is never too late to turn over a new leaf.

Sudirman scholar selected

26 February 2017

BEING able to sing in seven different languages is a gift and no easy feat, but Yayasan Sime Darby’s (YSD) first Sudirman Scholar can do just that – and more.

Research looked into the role that infant-directed singing plays in creating the intricate bond between mother and child. — AFP

Singing to babies

26 February 2017

New research says this is important to create bonds and stimulate children.

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