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WHAT makes education “excellent”? Is it the achievement of students? Or, is it based on the reputation of the academics? What about the number of publications or the research impact produced?
As Malaysia aspires to be a high-tech nation by 2030, we need to double our allocation for experimental development or translational research efforts so that we can register outcomes similar to nations like South Korea, Japan and Denmark which will also increase our gross domestic product (GDP).
PETALING JAYA: More is being spent on research, but its impact on the nation leaves much to be desired.
DELEGATES from universities in the Asean region recently came together to identify how higher education institutions (HEIs) have been evolving with the times.
MALAYSIA must start nurturing the next generation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals from young because the sciences are an important component of the economy.
SINCE Malaysia set a target ratio of 60:40 science-to-non-science students at the upper secondary school level in 1967, the government has been working together with educationists to increase awareness on the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The uncertainty over which subject packages this year’s Form Four students are eligible to study, is sorted.
A PHD candidate’s experience of coping with floods and the resulting effects on daily life led him to come up with a solution to Malaysia’s clean water problem.
THE Makna Cancer Research Award (MCRA) commemorated its 19th year of encouraging young Malaysian scientists in cancer research.