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To celebrate the milestone of the 10th Issue of SciMy Magazine, we are inviting you to participate in a public poll to help us pick the best articles! The final top five articles with the highest votes will be featured in a special section in our upcoming issue 10. Please cast your votes here by Feb 16, 2015: http://goo.gl/forms/i75I2Zz8vE
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The latest issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine is now published, just in time for Christmas! As always, it's #free for all to download at http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2015/12/24/scientific-malaysian-magazine-issue-11/! Please help us spread the words by sharing this post. 

Huge thanks to all article contributors and the team members of the #Scientific #Malaysian #Magazine, all of whom are volunteers. Enjoy reading! #science  #malaysia
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Scientific Malaysian Issue 7 is now published and free for all to download! Please share this post with your friends. 

http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2014/01/05/scientific-malaysian-magazine-issue-7/
The 7th issue of Scientific Malaysian magazine is now published! As always, the magazine is free for all to download (members and non-members of Scientific Malaysian).
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When compared to Africans, Europeans are 10-20 times more susceptible to the deadliest form of skin cancer—melanoma. Despite their similarly light skin color, East Asians have melanoma incidences similar to Africans. Dr Kai Chung Ang, a Malaysian postdoctoral researcher working at Cheng’s lab and his colleagues will be working on a project to understand this difference. To proceed with this research project, Dr Ang and his colleagues require funds to cover travel costs for their fieldwork. Help them raise the funds they need with 3 more days to go!

http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2014/01/03/help-malaysian-scientist-study-clues-skin-cancer/
In 2005, Dr Keith Cheng’s lab at Penn State University, United States uncovered one of the most pervasive genetic mutations on SLC24A5, the contributor to the light skin color of Europeans. When compared to Africans, Europeans are 10-20 times more susceptible to the deadliest form of skin cancer—melanoma. Despite their similarly light skin color, East Asians have melanoma incidences similar to Africans. Dr Kai Chung Ang, a Malaysian postdoctoral ...
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In the previous issue of SciMy Magazine, Sylvia shared her experiences in exploring alternative careers whilst working as a postdoctoral researcher. In this article, she delves into her genuine opinions on postdoctoral training in the US.
In the previous issue of SciMy Magazine, Sylvia shared her experiences in exploring alternative careers whilst working as a postdoctoral researcher. In this article, she delves into her genuine opinions on postdoctoral training in the US.
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MIT's biggest technology conference coming to Asia. Early bird discount ends Nov 29. Special discount also available to members of Scientific Malaysian. Read more at http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2013/11/09/conference-emtech-2014-mits-biggest-technology-conference-singapore/
In January 2014, Singapore will host an edition of the world’s most prestigious technology conference for the very first time. The first of its kind in the region, the inaugural EmTech Singapore promises to build on that tradition of innovation. Special discount is available for members of Scientific Malaysian.
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The new issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine is now out! 

- Re-shaping and re-designing our Lego Land
- Technology Transfer
- Fundamental Research - what is the use?
- Interviews with Datuk Mazlan Othman and Tan Sri Prof Augustine Ong

These are just a few examples of articles in this issue. To read the rest, download the magazine (FREE) at http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2013/10/04/scientific-malaysian-magazine-issue-6/ 

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The upcoming Scientific Malaysian Magazine (Issue 12) will be our first theme-based issue, and our first theme is “Vaccine & Immunology”. We will reward the author of the best article with RM500 cash! More details at http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition. Please share this post and help us spread the words! 
Deadline: 15 March 2016.
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Check out the cover for Issue 11 of Scientific Malaysian Magazine, to be released soon! 
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Early new year wishes from all of us at Scientific Malaysian. Do check out our new website look for the new year! It is now mobile-friendly. Let us know what you think and have a wonderful year ahead! www.scientificmalaysian.com
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Young researchers in Malaysia, don't miss out on this international attachment grant! Deadline for application is 30th of November. Disciplines of study include: education, arts, sports, community/social work, environment, health or science and technology. Read more: 

http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2013/11/10/grant-merdeka-award-grant-international-attachment-2013/
Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment was announced in October 2011, by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Najib Razak. The aim of the grant is to allow deserving Malaysians between ages of 22 to 35 to engage in short term collaborative projects of up to 3 months at an internationally-recognised host institution.
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The search for Young Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review is now on! Deadline for nominations is TODAY (16th of October 2013). 

We have previously advertised this in the latest issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine, but in case you missed it, do check out the link below. http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2013/10/16/tr35-young-innovators-under-35-mit-technology-review/
Since 1999, MIT Technology Review, the world’s oldest and most respected technology publication, has identified the top young innovators under the age of 35. The search is on for 10 individuals from Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand whose superb technical work promises to change the world. The goal is to recognize the development of new technology or the creative application of existing technologies to solve problems.
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