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SJK (T) St Mary in Parit Buntar, Perak, became the first school in the state to fully transform their classrooms under the “theme classroom” concept, Makkal Osai reported.
FROM VASANTHI RAMACHANDRAN , Kuala LumpurNote: The writer was mentored by Toh Puan Uma Sambanthan and kept a compilation of her conversations.
More informal STEM programmes are being identified to complement existing initiatives in schools
GUIYANG: China completed commissioning of the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope, putting it into formal operation after a productive three-year trial.
GUIYANG (China): China completed commissioning of the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope on Saturday (Jan 11), putting it into formal operation after a productive three-year trial.
SpaceX on Jan 6 launched its third batch of 60 mini-satellites into orbit, part of its plans to build a giant constellation of thousands of spacecraft that will form a global broadband Internet system.
KUALA LUMPUR: The last annular solar eclipse sighted in the country was 21 years ago and Malaysians had the opportunity to witness this unique and rare natural phenomenon again, particularly in Tanjung Piai, Johor and Serian, Sarawak.
GEORGE TOWN: While others came to see the rare annular solar eclipse, a visually impaired group was here to hear all about it at Tech Dome in Komtar.
TANJUNG PIAI: Many people, including foreigners, thronged the entrance of Tanjung Piai Johor National Park to witness the annular eclipse or a phenomenon called the “ring of fire”.
PONTIAN (Bernama): Octogenarian Kamaruzzaman Abdul Halim hoped the observation of the annular solar eclipse, organised by the National Planetarium, in Tanjung Piai National Park, here, on Thursday (Dec 26), has piqued the interest of younger generation to learn more about astronomy.