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Monday, March 27, 2017

Seagrasses greatly reduce bacteria, benefiting humans and marine life

SEAGRASS meadows reduce bacteria pathogenic to humans and marine life by up to 50%, a new study shows. What’s more, corals located near seagrass meadows...

Selangor Industrial Master Plan concluded

Life sciences sector among core industrial clusters BANDAR SUNWAY:  Selangor, touted as the Golden State of Malaysia and the most developed one is now a...

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UPM don gets special recognition from Mauritius PM

PORT LOUIS (Mauritius): Universiti Putra Malaysia Lecturer, Associate Professor Dr Paramasivam Muthusamy, received a Special Certificate of Recognition from Mauritius Prime Minister, Pravind Kumar...

UKM, first public university to collaborate with Blackmores

BANGI:Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) is the first Malaysian public university to establish a collaboration with Blackmores Institute in an initiative to create public awareness...

UPM turns cooking oil into biodiesel

SERDANG: Don’t discard used cooking oil because it can still be utilised. A research by Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) has succeeded in turning cooking...

UKM and FGV R&D collaborate to prevent palm oil...

Bangi: Researchers from UKM’s Biology System Institute (INBIOSIS) will be collaborating with Felda Global Ventures (FGV) Research and Development (R&D) Sdn Bhd in conducting...

Way forward with information technology in oil palm fields

The Informatics Department of FGV R&D Sdn Bhd (FGVR&D) was established with a vision to exploit and maximise the use of information technology in...

Climate-smart rice key to farmer resilience, says IRRI head

Chennai,India: Stress-tolerant rice varieties can help make farmers more resilient against the increasingly destructive effects of climate change, said Matthew Morell, director general of...

Offshore security surveillance gets serious attention

Safety and security has been a growing concern recently throughout the world. The main reason being is accidents - fire and explosions and criminal activities,...

Turning food waste into tires

Researchers at The Ohio State University have discovered that food waste can partially replace the petroleum-based filler that has been used in manufacturing tires...

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