A science fair not to be missed

A fair for all: Prof Lee (left) and Hong with promotional materials for the event.

IN an age where technology is developing by leaps and bounds, more jobs related to science and technology naturally open up.

“Even the world’s top largest companies – Apple, Exxon Mobil, Microsoft – are highly science- and technology-based. There is a high demand for manpower trained in the discipline of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM),” said UTAR research, development and commercialisation vice president Prof Dr Lee Sze Wei.

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