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Connecting academia with industry

From WEE HUI BIEH Managing director Science Career Asia PLT Kajang.

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#MyButterflyEffect for Dubai

IN 1851 the Great Exhibition was held in London. Organised by Prince Albert, it provided a platform for nations to show off their newest inventions, sparking creativity and ultimately fuelling scientific progress and economic growth. Over the years, these World Fairs evolved, and now come under the ambit of the Bureau international des expositions, organised into “World Expos” and “Specialised Expos”.

Education

Celebrating academic success

A PASSION to help poor farmers in Myanmar kept a 22-year-old, then inexperienced, psychology student going, even when her social enterprise collapsed due to disputes among team members.

Investment

InvestKL bullish about prospects

PETALING JAYA: Having successfully defied global market trends by attracting investments from 12 multinational companies (MNCs) in 2018, InvestKL remains bullish, with plans to entice 13 more MNCs this year.

Business

Does the RSPO have a future?

THE Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) was established in 2004, in response to the attacks on the industry on environmental and social grounds. Members include palm oil growers, traders, financiers and end-users, as well as concerned non-government organisations (NGOs). Its aim is to “transform markets to make sustainable palm oil the norm”, and to “advance the production, procurement, finance and use of sustainable palm oil products.”

Education

Going beyond exams

TO cope with the intensified demand for a highly skilled, progressive, and adaptable workforce, the creation, updating, and application of knowledge, is vital, says Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) CEO Naser Jaafar.

Business

Greater KL region draws in RM4.5bil investments from MNCs

PETALING JAYA: The greater Kuala Lumpur region has seen foreign multinational companies (MNCs) plough in 41%, or RM4.5bil, of the RM11.07bil of approved and committed investments between 2011 and last year.