[MEDIA RELEASE] Final opportunity to apply for the British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM 

Are you a Malaysian woman ready to pursue postgraduate study in science, technology, engineering or maths at a university in the UK? Apply now for the British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM – an exciting opportunity for women in eight South East Asian countries to obtain a Master’s degree or Early Academic Fellowship from a UK university to further develop their careers in STEM subjects.

[MEDIA RELEASE] Visibility Matters for Women in STEM

From Marie Curie’s research in radioactivity and Rosalind Franklin’s work in discovering DNA, to Malaysia’s first astrophysicist, Emerita Professor Tan Sri Dr Mazlan Othman who pioneered the country’s participation in space exploration; history is full of women who made enormous contributions to the field of science. However, according to data from the UN Scientific Education and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), fewer than 30% of researchers worldwide are women and only 30% of female students select STEM-related fields in higher education.

[MEDIA RELEASE] New Webinar Series Connect Youths to Leading Malaysian and British Industry Leaders

A line-up of thought-provoking speakers among British and Malaysian talents will share their experiences of living and studying in the UK. These outstanding individuals will provide insights into how their time in the UK nurtured them into the persons they are today, as well as how they found success in their respective industries.

[MEDIA RELEASE] A race between vaccination and virus to curb COVID-19 Delta variant

The public needs to be vaccinated as soon as possible to reduce the transmission rate of the more dangerous COVID-19 variants, said the former Health Ministry’s National Advisor for Infectious Diseases, Datuk Dr Christopher Lee. Describing the current situation as a “race between vaccination and virus,” he said, the best way to reduce the rate of COVID-19 virus mutation in the community was through vaccination.

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] ‘Perlumbaan antara vaksin dan virus’ bagi mengekang varian Delta COVID-19

Orang ramai perlu divaksin secepat mungkin bagi mengurangkan kadar penularan varian-varian COVID-19 yang lebih berbahaya, demikian saranan bekas Penasihat Kebangsaan Penyakit Berjangkit Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia, Datuk Dr Christopher Lee. Sambil menyifatkan situasi sekarang sebagai “perlumbaan antara vaksin dan virus” ujar beliau, cara terbaik untuk mengurangkan kadar mutasi virus COVID-19 dalam komuniti adalah menerusi vaksinasi. 

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] Vaksinasi Elak Derita Akibat COVID-19

Pengalaman pernah dijangkiti COVID-19 dan tidak mahu trauma berulang, selebriti tempatan, Tiz Zaqyah nekad memastikan keluarganya mendaftar untuk divaksinasi menerusi aplikasi MySejahtera. Pelakon “Covid Oh Covid” yang dijangkiti virus pada bulan Mei baru-baru ini berkongsi kegusaran yang dialaminya ketika mengharungi detik cemas itu.

[MEDIA RELEASE] Suggest shortening the spacing of AZ vaccine doses from 12 weeks to 8 weeks

Malaysia should reconsider its spacing of the second dose of AZ vaccine and shorten it from 12 weeks to 8 weeks although the 12-week interval may give a stronger immune response. However, earlier protection against the more transmissible and more deadly Delta variant should be considered, especially for the elderly and those with comorbidities.

[MEDIA RELEASE] Misleading Information about COVID-19 Vaccinated Individuals and Anaesthesia

The Malaysian Society of Anaesthesiologists and the College of Anaesthesiologists, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia strongly refute the misleading message circulating on the social platform on the causation and/or adverse reactions of anaesthesia against COVID-19 vaccinated individuals. To date, there is no scientific evidence to validate the unfounded misinformation.

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] Rujukan Media PANAS! bagi menyokong liputan media mengenai perubahan iklim dilancarkan

Sempena Hari Alam Sekitar Sedunia pada 5 Jun 2021, Science Media Centre (SMC) Malaysia mengumumkan pelancaran PANAS! iaitu rujukan media digital pertama di Malaysia yang disasarkan khusus kepada golongan wartawan, penulis dan pencipta kandungan Malaysia yang berminat untuk membuat liputan mengenai topik alam sekitar dan perubahan iklim.

[MEDIA RELEASE] PANAS! Malaysia’s first digital media toolkit for climate change reporting launched

In conjunction with World Environment Day on June 5, 2021, Science Media Centre (SMC) Malaysia announces the launch of PANAS!, Malaysia’s first digital toolkit targeted towards Malaysian journalists, writers and content makers with an interest in reporting on environmental and climate change topics, in collaboration with the British High Commission Kuala Lumpur and EcoKnights.