Striving for scientific excellence

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  • Sunday, 11 Jan 2015

Young talents: (From left) Shan Shan, Partiban and Jing Ming were winners of the 2014 challenge. Competitions, exhibitions and projetcs are but some of the ways in giving exposure to science students keen on taking on their skills and knowledge to the next level.

The focus is on science education as it is those from this sector who will accelerate the nation’s growth.

SPEAKING up against the supression of girls and their right to an education has been her mantra, for which Malala Yousafzai earned the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize that she shared with Children’s rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi, from India.

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