[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. 

[MEDIA RELEASE] PANAS, Malaysia’s first project highlighting local climate change stories launched

Science Media Centre (SMC) Malaysia announces the launch of PANAS, Malaysia’s first project highlighting local climate change stories from Malaysian journalists, writers and content creators. In the face of climate change, journalists and content creators increasingly play a major role to help accelerate climate action through advocacy and education. 

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] Vaksin COVID-19 beri lebih manfaat daripada mudarat

Pengambilan vaksin bukanlah sesuatu yang baharu. Sejak dari lahir lagi, masyarakat sudah biasa dengan penerimaan vaksin untuk mengelak pelbagai jenis penyakit. Malah syarat pengambilan vaksin sebelum memasuki sesebuah negara telah lama diamalkan seperti vaksin demam kuning untuk negara Afrika, dan suntikan wajib vaksin meningococcal untuk ke tanah suci Makkah atau Madinah di negara Arab Saudi untuk tujuan umrah atau haji. 

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] #YakiniVaksin: Kempen Kesedaran Bagi Menangani Mitos Dan Salah Faham Mengenai Vaksin COVID-19

Walaupun keyakinan global terhadap vaksin COVID-19 semakin meningkat, keraguan dan keengganan menerima vaksin tetap menjadi masalah utama. Untuk menangani cabaran ini, Science Media Centre (SMC) Malaysia dan The Petri Dish secara rasminya melancarkan #YakiniVaksin, satu projek kempen kesedaran yang bertujuan untuk melawan mitos dan salah faham tentang vaksin COVID-19.

[MEDIA RELEASE] E-estidotmy: Going Digital in Communicating Science

What was formerly known as estidotmy, a collaboration with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and Utusan Malaysia, is now e-estidotmy, a virtual platform to promote the sciences. The website is a collaborative effort between the Academy, the Young Scientists Network- the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM), Science Media Centre Malaysia, National STEM Association and Pusat STEM Negara.

[MEDIA RELEASE] ‘PANAS! Climate Change Stories in Malaysia’ Project Launched

Science Media Centre (SMC) Malaysia, in collaboration with British High Commission Kuala Lumpur and EcoKnights, invites Malaysian journalists, writers and content creators to produce local Malaysian stories on climate change in the ‘PANAS! Climate Change Stories in Malaysia’ project.

[KENYATAAN MEDIA] Lebih separuh rakyat Malaysia tidak mempunyai pengetahuan asas tentang vaksin COVID-19

Hasil kajian yang dilakukan oleh sekumpulan penyelidik daripada Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) baru-baru ini mendedahkan bahawa hanya 43% daripada responden kajian mempunyai pengetahuan asas yang baik tentang vaksin COVID-19.

[MEDIA RELEASE] Trust The Shot: The Petri Dish’s awareness campaign on vaccinations

To counter the spread of misinformation and a lack of public awareness on vaccinations, The Petri Dish launched a campaign named TrustTheShot which seeks to collate credible and science-based information on vaccines and disseminate this information to the public.

[MEDIA RELEASE] All Levels of Society Must Comply with SOPs – AMM

The Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (AMM) urged the government to enforce mandatory quarantine in designated quarantine centres for Sabah returnees. It has been proven in other countries, such as China and Singapore where compliance rates are high, that home quarantines are not as effective in curbing spread.

[MEDIA RELEASE] Tobacco responsible for 20% of deaths from coronary heart disease – UN

Every year, 1.9 million people die from tobacco-induced heart disease, according to a new brief released today by the World Health Organization, World Heart Federation and the University of Newcastle Australia ahead of World Heart Day, marked on 29 September.