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CEO and key academics among top 2% scientists listed in The Stanford List

CEO and key academics among top 2% scientists listed in The Stanford List
Description
University of Nottingham Malaysia's Provost and CEO Professor Graham Kendall and key academics were listed in the Stanford University list of top two percent of scientists and academics as being the most cited scientists in a large range of disciplines.
Date:
25/11/2020

Dr Ho discusses her research in the media

Dr Ho discusses her research in the media
Description
University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) Associate Professor Dr Ho Weang Kee, discussed her research with Astro Awani and BFM.
Date:
14/09/2020

20 Important Facts About Elephants and Their Conservation

20 Important Facts About Elephants and Their Conservation
Description
As we celebrate World Elephant Day on 12 August, here are 20 facts about these gentle giants and the steps and research that is being carried out for humans and elephants to coexist.
Date:
04/09/2020

Large animals need awareness to bring tolerance

Large animals need awareness to bring tolerance
Description
A survey of people living in Malaysia on their attitudes towards large animals like elephants and tigers has shown that more awareness and understanding is needed to reduce human-wildlife conflict.
Date:
04/09/2020

UNM Academic wins Malaysia ASPIRE 2020

UNM Academic wins Malaysia ASPIRE 2020
Description
University of Nottingham Malaysia's Professor of Biochemical Engineering, Ir Ts Dr Show Pau Loke, was selected as the winner for Malaysia ASPIRE 2020 on 17 August 2020, and will go on to represent the country at the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE) 2020.
Date:
02/09/2020

What is your breast cancer risk score? Malaysia – Singapore – Cambridge Team Evaluate Genetic Tool for Asian Women

What is your breast cancer risk score? Malaysia – Singapore – Cambridge Team Evaluate Genetic Tool for Asian Women
Description
A ground-breaking genetic study in Asian women led by Malaysian scientists in collaboration with Singapore and the University of Cambridge revealed that a genetics tool developed to help European women assess breast cancer risk also works in Asian women.
Date:
19/08/2020

UNM School of Pharmacy UG representatives publish paper in Elsevier

UNM School of Pharmacy UG representatives publish paper in Elsevier
Description
Omar Ashraf Elfar from the University of Nottingham Malaysia's School of Pharmacy together with Dr Show Pau Loke, Chang Chih-Kai, Leong Hui Yi, Angela Paul Peter and Chew Kit Wayne recently published a paper on Elsevier entitled Prospects of Industry 5.0 in algae: Customisation of production and new advance technology for clean bioenergy generation, in Energy Conversion and Management, Elsevier.
Date:
16/07/2020

Celebrating our women of the future

Celebrating our women of the future
Description
UNM researcher Dr Siu Yee New has received a special commendation as one of the most successful young women in SE Asia at the Women of the Future Awards South East Asia, in their virtual ceremony held on 25th June 2020.
Date:
01/07/2020

Discussions by UoNARI on Pertinent COVID-19 Matters

Discussions by UoNARI on Pertinent COVID-19 Matters
Description
University of Nottingham Malaysia Asia Research Institute-Malaysia organised a series of discussions called the COVID-19 Conversations.
Date:
26/06/2020

Ensuring the peaceful coexistence of humans and elephants

Ensuring the peaceful coexistence of humans and elephants
Description
As today is World Environment Day, the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) would like to pay tribute to the conservation of wild elephants, a significant research conducted by the University of Nottingham Malaysia.
Date:
05/06/2020

Belt and Road's Financiers fall short of biodiversity best practice

Belt and Road's Financiers fall short of biodiversity best practice
Description
New research has found that not enough is being done by financiers of China's Belt and Road Initiative to put in place safeguards to protect critical wildlife habitats.
Date:
14/05/2020

Harnessing nature to restore riverbanks in Malaysia

Harnessing nature to restore riverbanks in Malaysia
Description
Researchers from the University of Nottingham in Malaysia have completed the first phase of a riverbank restoration project in Sarawak that uses natural materials. The project is being undertaken in partnership with WWF-Malaysia, aims to protect and restore eroding banks along the River Trusan using natural materials, as well as introducing a range of other ecologically-based measures to avoid flooding and erosion in the future.
Date:
28/04/2020
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