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New insights into evolutionary past uncovered

The study will help identify the susceptibility of different populations to disease.

Malaysia and the region: A hotbed for emerging viral infections

Within South-East Asia, viral infections are rampant, and this region is considered the hotbed for new and emerging viruses, says Professor Sunil K Lal.

Empowering refugees through education

PRME ambassador, Priya Sharma from the School of Business, represents the university at the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, Switzerland.

Recognising academic minds

On 8 October 2019, 360 students were awarded for their notable achievements during the Scholarships and Awards Ceremony.

Are we all victims of neoliberalism?

Dr Karim Bettache and Professor Chi-Yue Chiu describe neoliberalism’s characteristics and its influence upon society and psychology.

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.

Malaysian Constitutionalism Post GE-14: A New Dawn?

On 18 February 2019, academic experts and former members of the judiciary discussed and presented their analyses on Malaysian constitutionalism.

Can modern medicine interact with traditional herbal medicine?

Professor Gan states that herbal medicines contain active and potent constituents just like modern medicines, which may cause some side effects.

Joining forces to support population health

We signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Health (MOH), which marks a huge milestone between the Southeast Asia Community Observatory (SEACO) and MOH.