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January 22, 2021

Coastal Clean-Up? Clean A Mangrove!

in Sustainability

by Chee Su Yin

Malaysia is blessed with wide spans of mangroves lining our coastlines (Fig. 1). These emerald…
November 19, 2020

Calling All Cat Parents… This is for you!

in Sustainability

by Yanny Marliana

Having a cat at home brings lots of joy and peace to our lives. This…
October 30, 2020

Addressing Domestic Violence During a Pandemic or Disaster Situation

in Society & Humanity

by Noraida Endut

On the 11th March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 global outbreak…
October 20, 2020

Terjemahan, Menterjemah dan Penterjemah

in Art

by Anis Shahirah Abdul Sukur

Acap kali anda mendengar perkataan terjemahan, apakah yang terlintas di fikiran anda? Bagaimana pula sekiranya…
September 30, 2020

DOES WEARING MASK PROTECT ME?

in Society & Humanity

by Ku Marsilla Ku Ishak

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has become a world-wide catastrophe in this century. It is…
April 13, 2020

Are we at war?

in Society & Humanity

by Kumaran Rajadran

How metaphors frame our understanding of COVID-19 “Nous sommes en guerre ”, declared French President…
March 13, 2020

Teater “Sarah” arahan Halimi MN: Satu Penelitian Terhadap Konflik Agama dan Falsafah Ketuhanan

in Art

by Wan Hasmah Wan Teh

“Sarah” sebuah drama yang ditulis oleh Sasterawan Negara Datuk Noordin Hassan yang mengisahkan sebuah percintaan…
September 20, 2019

‘Edge of Chaos’(Complexity) Enhances Performance

in Science

by Nasuha Lee Abdullah

Operational complexity enhanced performance in Malaysia Electrical and Electronics (E&E) Manufacturing industry. The finding surprised…
August 21, 2019

A Nexus Approach to Water, Energy and Food Sustainability

in Sustainability

by Abd Karim Alias

A balancing act of utilising the three critical resources for sustaining life. Water, energy, food…
August 01, 2019

Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think

in Sustainability

by Abd Karim Alias

It’s not about being scarce but it’s about accessibility. Imagine the world with sufficient water,…
July 17, 2019

A Conversation with Dr Siti Khayriyyah Mohd Hanafiah (Kye) - the winner of…

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by author

A conversation with Dr Siti Khayriyyah Mohd Hanafiah (Kye) — the winner of FameLab 2018.…
July 10, 2019

Up Close with Profesor Datuk Asma Ismail, FASc

in Video

by Aisyah Saad

"USM has always believed that the True North of the university is to be able…
June 19, 2019

Kaduk leaves come under USM’s research spotlight

in Science

by Nik Aloesnisa Nik Mohd Alwi

THE leaves of kaduk have traditionally been used by the Kelantanese to treat hypertension.
May 31, 2019

Moving towards smarter food packaging methods

in Sustainability

by Hanisah Kamilah

THE manufacturing sector is moving towards the 4.0 Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0). This will eventually…
May 28, 2019

When Kanban Meets Scrum…

in Science

by Nasuha Lee Abdullah

A SIMPLE Kanban (Japanese for signboard) board saved the day for employees of an IT…
May 28, 2019

Breath-in medication for TB is viable

in Science

by Thaigar P.

A RESEARCH group from the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, USM, in collaboration with the School…
May 28, 2019

Blocking harmful sunrays with ZnO

in Science

by Shahrom Mahmud

WITHOUT sunlight we are dead. Plants can’t grow and we don’t get the oxygen that…
May 28, 2019

A dedication to the mindful scary, fierce teachers

in Education

by Faizah Abd Majid

A dedication to the mindful scary, fierce teachers – of teaching people or educating human…
May 26, 2019

Turning fish waste into bioplastics

in Sustainability

by Ku Marsilla Ku Ishak

WHILE most of us know that fish contains a high protein content, it is however…
May 26, 2019

Hello, how are you?

in Science

by Sarah Fazalul

A simple yet important question to foster a culture of caring towards struggling parents of…
May 24, 2019

A ‘bone to pick’ with trauma injuries

in Science

by Yanny Marliana

AS a little girl who was brought up by parents with medical background, the hospital…
May 16, 2019

What caused heart defects in unborn babies – antidepressants or genetics?

in Science

by Nur Aizati Athirah Daud

A pilot genetic study identifies several gene variations potentially involved in the formation of heart…
May 02, 2019

Get up and about with ExerHunt

in Art

by Anusha Achuthan

MOST Malaysians are married to a sedentary lifestyle, thanks to enormous desk jobs that bog…
April 24, 2019

#BalanceforBetter, because we ALL matter

in Society & Humanity

by Noraida Endut

This year Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) celebrates its 50th anniversary since its inception. This month…