Driving Malaysia Towards Excellence Through Science, Engineering, Technology and Innovation with Hazami Habib, Chief Executive Officer, Academy of Sciences Malaysia
The Academy of Sciences Malaysia advances science, engineering, technology, and innovation through scientific programmes and studies.
MDEC has kicked off its eRezeki programme for 2022; it is a training and job placement programme that focuses on generating high-value income opportunities for gig workers.
The conference on Government Assistance provided insight into various government policies, facilitations, and assistance for the manufacturing sector, specifically the plastics industry which is dominated by SMEs.
Malaysia’s digital blueprint will determine its future, which lays the groundwork for digitalisation and bridging the digital divide through new tech to offer better citizen experience and opportunities.
The MoU aims to build an integrated biology centre in Malaysia and the two partners will collaborate on developing better anti-venom and other applied biology research for publications and potential clinical usage.
APU has inked an IAC with a technology hardware supplier in Malaysia to enable its students to be trained as green entrepreneurs whilst understanding better what sustainability strategy is.
In an increasingly VUCA environment. the ability to expedite the most important mission of mitigating risk and building trust is at the core of all strategies.
The partnership agreement will combine their strengths in analytical techniques and biomedical knowledge to accelerate R&D in the field of science over the next three years.
MDEC signed an MoU with HASiL to implement the National e-Invoicing Initiative with the tax compliance model across the country and share in the planning, strategy and development of the implementation.
The initiative provides digital nomads with more destination options to travel while working in Malaysia and will contribute to the income of local communities and accelerate the growth of the nation’s digital economy.