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Sensors to save lives

Associate Professor N Ramakrishnan is developing wearable sensors that could be used to detect emissions of VOCs and potentially save lives.

Winning Inventions at ITEX 2019

Our researchers win 2 gold and 6 silver awards at ITEX 2019.

Female condoms and a win for sexual health

A study was conducted to probe the perceptions of Malaysian women towards female condoms as well as its functional performance.

SASS joins £20m global research hub

The School of Arts and Social Sciences joins £20m global research hub aiming to harness benefits of South-South migration.

Women entrepreneurs lead economic sustainability

Caroline Fong, founder and owner of CoffeeZone Malaysia, and Kim Lim, one third of the brain behind the Picha Project, were the two invited speakers in the latest On the Edge Talks.

Malaysian Innovative Healthcare Symposium 2018

This year's theme underscores the criticality of cultivating consumer-centric healthcare innovation.

Embracing technology and disruption in entrepreneurship

Two local technopreneurs were invited to share their journey in technopreneurship, challenges faced and disruptions made while building their tech business.

Malaysian businesses remains positive despite looming US trade war

Monash University Malaysia’s Business Sentiment Survey 2018/2019 captures the opinions and sentiments of Malaysia’s CEOs and senior managers.

How universities should prepare for Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0, called the fourth industrial revolution, will see the increase of intelligent systems and robotics that can work longer hours than the humans they replace.