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Villagers want road leading to Chinese school tarred

29 December 2014

SIBU: The community living around SJK Lian Hua, about 45km from Kanowit District, is appealing to the government to tar the 6km earth road leading to the school.

Expert views: Prof Khoo delivering his public lecture at USM’s Dewan Kuliah A.

Khoo is the youngest don in USM

29 December 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Penang-born Prof Dr Michael Khoo Boon Chong has made the state proud as the youngest professor in Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).

Allow the PT3 to evolve

29 December 2014

From TENG CHUAN WAN of Pontian

Free for schools

28 December 2014

FULFILLING its promise to expand access to its professional design software in education, Autodesk, Inc. has made its industry-leading design, engineering and entertainment software free to students, instructors and academic institutions worldwide.

Simply magical: (From left)Pretee Felicia, Tharani, Yogeshwari and Rachel, with chief judge Datuk Eric Tai.

An innovative experience

28 December 2014

BUSINESS degree students at INTI International College Subang (IICS) had a fun and innovative learning experience when they showcased their analytical and presentation skills in a recent case study competition.

Varsity’s power trio

28 December 2014

THE USM PB Team from University Science Malaysia Penang recently emerged champions of the IME Design Competition 2014 (IMEDC 2014) with an impressive presentation of the their innovative prototype multipurpose stackable power bank.

New Colombo plan

28 December 2014

MALAYSIA’S participation in the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan is set for a great start, with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announcing that Malaysia will receive four scholars and 149 mobility programme participants in 2015.

Tech-rific: (From left) Hema Latha, Ian, Breena, Choon Yun, Zhi Ying and Grace with their mock cheque.

Big data darlings

28 December 2014

FIVE students from Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU), under the mentorship of APU School of Computing & Technology (SCT) lecturer Hema Latha Krishna Nair, were named first runners-up at the Big App Challenge 1.0, held recently at Le Meridien Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

Hand-on: The students are taught some practical skills.

Eye-opening experience

28 December 2014

PENANG Medical College (PMC) recently hosted an eye-opening experiential session for HELP University students on a study trip of the globally recognised medical degrees programme from the National University of Ireland which PMC offers.

First prize: Ling is honoured to be the first Malaysian to receive the award.

Dedication pays

28 December 2014

ESTHER Ling Pi Ya, an electrical power engineering graduate from Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) enjoys the distinction of being the first Malaysian to win the prestigious 2014 Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Region 10 Larry K. Wilson Award.

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