MSU academics bring home the gold

Gold winners: MSU president Prof Tan Sri Datuk Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid (centre) posing for a photo with Santhra and Azrina as they show off their prize money and trophies.

MALAYSIAN varsities are leaving no stone unturned in making their mark internationally.

At the recently concluded Asia International Innovation Exhibition (AIINEx) 2020, two Management and Science University (MSU) academicians bagged a gold medal each.

Santhra Segaran Balan and Azrina Zainal Abidin from the university’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences also took home the third and first prizes, respectively, for their infographic posters, the varsity said in a press release.

Santhra’s poster was titled “3D-Printing of Rat Model Embedded with Augmented Reality as a Teaching Tool for Blood Withdrawal Technique” while Azrina’s was on “The Effectiveness of 3D-Printing Model as a Teaching Tool in Understanding Musculoskeletal System among Undergraduate Students”.

The exhibition was organised by the Connecting Academia Society & Industry Alliance Research Network, and hosted by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

The AIINEx 2020 focuses on three categories, namely, Science, Engineering, Technology; Social Sciences and Education; and Life Sciences.

The award ceremony was held in Johor on Oct 11.

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