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Topic: Science and Technological Research

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Raja Nazhatul giving a speech at the conference – Photo by Muhd Rais Sanusi Sasbadi Holdings Berhad managing director Law King Hui (left) exchanging MoU with Melta president Professor Ganakumaran S...
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(From left) Manyin, Her Royal Highness Raja Puan Mahkota Perak Raja Nazhatul Shima Sultan Idris Shah and MELTA president Prof Ganakumaran Subramaniam at the press conference.
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Manyin (fourth left) shares a light moment with Richard (fourth right) during the event.
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Manyin (fifth left), Sarinah (fifth right) and other guests join the winners for a photo.
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Len Talif (fifth right) about to officiate at the launch, as Lau (second right), Abdullah (fourth right) and others look on.
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Azmi (second left) presents a token of appreciation to Dr Annuar, while (from left) Khairuddin, Siaw and Radin look on.
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SIBU: The Sarawak Innovation and Technology Exhibition (Saintex), and the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Playground’ are both geared towards inculcating in youths the cultur...
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Dr Annuar (standing front row, eighth left), flanked by Radin Foji (left) and Abang Fairul Syarmil, and others in a photo call with the student participants.
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KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg describes as ‘speculation’ a report that says Sarawak is giving up her rights on petroleum licensing.
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Manyin (centre) preparing to officiate the quiz with a palm scanner gimmick, while University Sarawak campus chief operating officer Mukvinder Kaur Sandhu (third left) and others looked on.
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KUCHING: The state Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Research will seek funding from the federal government to train almost 3,000 teachers statewide to teach English as a medium of inst...
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Dato Sri Michael Manyin Jawong – File photo KUCHING: PBB senior vice president Dato Sri Michael Manyin believes Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) can secure all eight Bidayuh-majority seats in the next ...
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KUCHING: Sarawak Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Manyin says it should not be an issue for Science and Mathematics to be taught in English in rural parts of the state.
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KUCHING, May 3 — A high level committee will be formed to finalise list of dilapidated schools to be repaired in Sarawak once Putrajaya agrees to state government’s proposal for the RM1 billion al...
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KUCHING, April 24 ― The Sarawak government has agreed to be the first state to implement the teaching of Mathematics and Science in English for primary schools in the state, said Minister of Educati...