STEM literacy for industry 4.0

Students showcasing their invention at a STEM fair. Malaysia’s STEM initiative is to generate a pipeline of students that will eventually fill the one million new STEM careers that Malaysia will need by 2020.

WHEN people think of pineapples, a sweet and tangy fruit comes to mind.

What many do not realise however is the time-consuming effort taken by pineapple farmers to determine the optimal ripeness of the fruit for harvesting.

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