A well curated science information presented through effective science communication will go a long way to inform and forge behavioural change in society. This will bridge the gap between scientists and public.
The science carnival carried the theme “Merakyatkan Sains, Menginsankan Teknologi” to highlight scientific and technological innovations to the public as well as oncouraging more youths to take up STI.
This year, the MCRA ceremony is back physically to award three recipients with research grants to fund their cancer studies and to support cancer research to push towards discovering potential cures for the disease.
From being a Think Tank, now the Academy of Sciences Malaysia has set its eyes on becoming a Changemaker. ASM President Professor Emerita Datuk Dr Asma Ismail FASc shares ASM's way forward to reach that goal.
The Academy of Sciences Malaysia was proud to welcome YB Mr Chang Li Kang, the current Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation and his delegation to ASM’s office on Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah.