universiti sains malaysia

Why Macaques Minimally Interact In Palm Oil Plantations

Faced with constant threats, macaques acted more aggressively and showed reduced social bonding inside palm oil plantations, research shows.

Winners Of Malaysia’s 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship Announced

Ho Weang Kee, Jasy Liew Suet Yan and Teh Su Yean have won this year’s L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Awards in Malaysia.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Nethia Mohana Kumaran

Dr. Nethia Mohana Kumaran dreams of a future where cancer is treated according to its mutations, using targeted therapy rather than a ‘one-size-fits-all’ strategy.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Fatehah Mohd Omar

The road to success often involves hardship, but young researchers should think out of the box for creative solutions, says Dr. Fatehah Mohd Omar.

Scientists Identify Genetic Loci For Lynch Syndrome

Scientists can now identify more accurately people at high risk for Lynch Syndrome, an inherited, familial condition that increases the risk of bowel and endometrial cancer.

‘London Underground Mosquito’ Active All Year Round In Australia

Australia has plenty of 'home grown' mosquitoes but one introduced species is active all year round, according to a new study.

RIKEN & Universiti Sains Malaysia Open Joint Lab For Tropical Drug Discovery

The RIKEN Advanced Science Institute and the Universiti Sains Malaysia have signed an MOU to explore the use of tropical biological compounds for drug discovery.

Malaysian Researchers Develop Halal Mouthwash

For most people, rinsing with mouthwash is world's apart from drinking beer and wine. However, for the Islamic population in Southeast Asia, these products are considered non-Halal.