11 Jan 2006
In this paper A. V. M. Horton, a specialist on Brunei history scans the registers of correspondence relating to Brunei (1906-34) held in the National Archives at Kew, UK.
09 Jan 2006
In his paper he suggests that the embedded diplomatic and security culture of the ‘ASEAN way’ is increasingly becoming counter-productive to the construction of a genuine security community
06 Jan 2006
AIDS To Clinical Examination; Aids To Clinical Surgery; P. Ramlee di Cakera Nusantara; Dari Budaya Ke Media Mengangkat Suara Pinggiran di Sarawak; The Insects Of Borneo (including South East and South Asia); Physiology at a Glance
05 Jan 2006
IJAPS is a scholarly, multidisciplinary, internationally refereed publication focusing primarily on Asia (South, Southeast and East), Australasia and the Pacific Rim regions of the Americas (North, Central and South).
04 Jan 2006
The UAV is locally designed, manufactured, integrated and tested. It can be used as an alternative solution to manned aircraft, for operations such as search and rescue, maritime patrol, urban traffic control, surveillance and military applications.
21 Dec 2005
Spot Electroplater for Lead Frame (SPEL) have been designed to cater to existing problems faced by the rubber masking technique, presently applied in lead frame manufacturing industries.
14 Dec 2005
A new e-journal to showcase the latest findings in fundamental and applied aspects of food research has been launched by Universiti Sains Malaysia.
11 Dec 2005
Vanadium oxides nanotubes are important in technological applications such a catalysts for oxidation-reduction reactions, semiconductors, optical devices and coatings.
07 Dec 2005
Mass screening has been a problem in many developing countries due to costs and lack of expertise. The NeuralMammo can help solve this. It is an artificial intelligent system to diagnose breast cancer based on images captured from fine needle aspirates.
04 Dec 2005
This is the first research in Malaysia and in the world that uses oil palm biomass as an ash glaze. Aside from being cost efficient, this glaze is also aesthetically pleasing compared to the usual commercial glazes.
30 Nov 2005
DataPap is the first database system that gathers patient's details, medical report and Pap smear images in a single database. It also has intensive search facilities, sophisticated image processing and automatic diagnostic functions.
27 Nov 2005
OilZob, is ideal for cleaning up oil spills and a low cost technology for recycling rubber waste. The amount of discarded tyres alone reaches 10 million tons every year worldwide.
23 Nov 2005
A practical approach for the isolation and molecular identification of bird flu virus from duck cloaca swabs submitted during the surveillance of bird flu in Malaysia.
20 Nov 2005
A new and simple method of removing residue oil from oily wastewaters
16 Nov 2005
The number of plantlets produced was found to be ten times more than that of the conventional gel culture system. The plantlets can be harvested within 1/3 of the time used in the conventional method.
13 Nov 2005
Researchers from Universiti Sains Malaysia bagged 3 gold and 3 silver medals at the International Trade Fair (Ideas-Inventions-New Products) held at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center, Germany at which 600 products were showcased.
13 Nov 2005
Typing biometrics is an approach used to verify the identity of an individual by examining his/her keystrokes on a keyboard or keypad.
09 Nov 2005
Compared to conventional systems, this hybrid system provides superior comfort conditions because of substantial radiant heat transfer, low air draft and low humidity level
06 Nov 2005
Quality control and standarization of herbal and other natural products are the fundamental step towards developing and modernizing such products into evidence based medicines.
02 Nov 2005
Campylobacter jejuni is one of the major causes of diarrhoea in human and animals especially in developed countries. EZ Campy DNA kit was designed and developed to detect for Campylobacter jejuni within 3 hours.
30 Oct 2005
Removal efficiencies of above 95% have been achieved for ethyl acetate at 300 degrees Celcius at a flow rate of about twice that of conventional oxide catalysts.
26 Oct 2005
Experimental investigation has shown that an energy saving of as high as 25% in fuel usage can be obtained when HTRP is used in an incinerator. The HTRP can also be used in hazardous chemical, radiochemical and power plant.
23 Oct 2005
Commercial haemosthetic agents available in the market are expensive and most of them are produced from animal gelatine and therefore not acceptable for some segments of the community
19 Oct 2005
Worm monitor is a new 24/7 monitoring application that monitors and pinpoints sources of worms in a LAN
18 Oct 2005
USM researchers have produced a biopolymer with superior properties from palm kernel oil. In terms of cost, the production of this bioplastic is much more lower than other kinds of bioplastics available in the market.
16 Oct 2005
This technology involves the detection and conversion of the gases evolved from fire such as carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide on the pellet via catalytic reaction.
16 Oct 2005
Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) is the most important water-soluble cellulose derivative with many application in the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, detergent, textile, paper and many other industries.
14 Oct 2005
USM bagged 8 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 2 bronze medals as well as 2 special jury awards namely the Special Award for ICT and the Special Award for Best Joint Venture.
14 Oct 2005
MCSv5 is the World’s 1st and only IP based Multipoint-to-multipoint video conferencing technology (Software based)
05 Oct 2005
The I-ELISA is very suitable for large scale surveillance for avian influenza and can be used to detect antibody positive chickens if an outbreak of Avian Influenza Virus is suspected or for surveillance purposes post-outbreak at a particular location.
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Giants in history
Malaysia’s first astrophysicist, Mazlan binti Othman (born 11 December 1951) was instrumental in launching the country’s first microsatellite, and in sending Malaysia’s first astronaut, Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, into space.
Lim Boo Liat (21 August 1926 – 11 July 2020), a leading authority in the conservation of Malaysia’s biological diversity, had his initial interest in the outdoors piqued by nature lessons in school. Lim, who helped found the National Zoo of Malaysia and re-establish the Malaysian Nature Society, had a particular interest in researching zoonotic diseases associated with small animals.
Known as Mr. Natural Rubber, chemist and researcher B. C. Shekhar (17 November 1929 – 6 September 2006) introduced a number of technical innovations that helped put Malaysia’s natural rubber industry on the world map.
Wu Lien-teh (10 March 1879 – 21 January 1960) was a Malaysian-born doctor who invented a mask that effectively suppressed disease transmission. Winning the prestigious Queen’s Scholarship enabled Wu to become the first Chinese student to study medicine at the University of Cambridge.
Little is known about Ali, a teenager from Sarawak, Malaysia, who was chief assistant to the famous naturalist Alfred Wallace. Most of what is known comes from Wallace’s writings. Ali accompanied Wallace on expeditions throughout the Malay Archipelago from December 1855 to February 1862.
Susan Lim (14 February 1952 – 2 August 2014) was a Malaysian parasitologist who specialized in studying a class of flatworms, the Monogeans, which are parasites of fishes.