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UTP's solar energy gensets provide night light by the sun

Universiti Teknologi Petronas and H2E Technologies have built a solar powered generator set that's small enough to slip into a backpack, but powerful enough to light up a night market.

Ex-ministry sec-gen cleared of 10 graft charges

PUTRAJAYA: Former Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry secretary-general Datuk Abdul Hanan Alang Endut (pic) is a free man now after the Court of Appeal cleared him of 10 corruption charges involving RM59,390.60.

Science for the nation's future

The younger generation to take Malaysia forward with science, technology and innovation.

Science week to become annual affair

SCIENCE is an important subject that teaches us about ourselves and everything around us. However, it does not appeal to everyone.

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PETS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION

Tech Dome comes up with various programmes to excite young minds

EMPHASISING the hands-on approach to science, students will be able to get extra insight on experiments and technology at Tech Dome Penang.

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SCHOOL AGM

Get weather updates through RakanMET

KOTA KINABALU: Whichever part of Malaysia you are in, the RakanMET app allows you to share information and updates on the weather.

The business of the ministries

Comment by EDMUND TERENCE GOMEZ
IN this second article, on political economy issues that must be considered by political parties as they prepare for the 14th general election, my focus is on modes of government intervention in the Malaysian economy. It is well-known that the Government actively intervenes in the economy, primarily through the employment of government-linked companies (GLCs). However, what is not well-known is that federal ministries, under the control of cabinet ministers, also have control of GLCs.

The business of the ministries

IN this second article, on political economy issues that must be considered by political parties as they prepare for the 14 thGeneral Election, my focus is on modes of government intervention in the Malaysian economy. It is well-known that the government actively intervenes in the economy, primarily through the employment of government-linked companies (GLCs). However, what is not well-known is that federal ministries, under the control of cabinet ministers, also have control of GLCs.