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‘Find out why students shying away from science subjects’

PETALING JAYA: A national-level committee is needed to find out why students are not interested in taking up science subjects.


All set for Petrosains Science Festival 2018

IT is T minus one day to the Petrosains Science Festival 2018, and the team at Petrosains are working hard to put the final touches on what is going to be the most-anticipated science festival of the year.

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Australia, New Zealand kick off global science rallies

Sydney (AFP) - Thousands of people rallied in Australia and New Zealand Saturday in support of science, the first of more than 500 marches globally triggered by concern over the rise of "alternative facts".


Shot in the arm for science education in Tamil schools

PETALING JAYA: Science education in Tamil schools has been given a shot in the arm, thanks to the vision of environmental consultant and education gamechanger Dr Mohamed Yunus Mohamed Yasin.


Conference at Utar gives an insight into Science education

A NUMBER of distinguished speakers provided their insight and thoughts on Science education at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar)’s inaugural conference, Symposium on Science Education.


Experiments, vital part of science

I had the opportunity to speak to a secondary school textbook publisher recently and was appalled to discover that the sales of science practical books have dropped drastically because they are no longer utilised in many schools.


Swedish date for science champs

SMK Labuan are the champions of this year’s National Science Challenge (NSC) after battling it out with 15 other teams at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) recently.


Learning science the fun way

KUALA LUMPUR: Science gets a shot in the arm today with the opening of the Petrosains Science Festival 2013.


Boost for doing Science

KUALA LUMPUR: Book aid, student grants and tax breaks for parents are among the incentives being considered by the Education Ministry to arrest the decline of students taking up Science subjects, said Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.


Study finds U.S. bias against women in science

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Women are being filtered out of high-level science, math and engineering jobs in the United States, and there is no good reason for it, according to a National Academies report released on Monday.