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The latest issue of Scientific Malaysian Magazine issue 12 has just been published! This issue is a special edition on #Vaccines and #Immunology and consists of the Top 10 finalists of our writing competition. Download it for free here: http://www.scientificmalaysian.com/2016/06/12/scientific-malaysian-magazine-issue-12/

We will be inviting you to help us decide the winning article so stay tuned for voting instructions! As always, a huge thank you to all our authors, volunteers and everyone who have contributed to this issue. Have a joyful read! #scimy #scientificmalaysian #science #sciencecommunication #science   #magazine   #free  
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #10: The Dengue vaccine dilemma: Route to prevention - are we there yet? by Nor Ilham Ainaa Muhsin. Nor is currently a final year PhD student in molecular genetics at the University of Oxford. In this article she tells us about the development of #dengue vaccines as a viable route to prevention.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/issue-12-2016/dengue-vaccine-dilemma-route-prevention-yet/

Vote for Nor's article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #9: Current progress on #malaria vaccines by Adaikalavan Ramasamy​. Adaikalavan is a senior leadership fellow in Bioinformatics and heads the Transcriptomics Core Facility at the Jenner Institute, University of Oxford. In this article he provides us with insights into malaria and the progress on developing a malaria vaccine.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/issue-12-2016/malaria-vaccine-development-update/

Vote for Adaikalavan's article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #7: The Imitation by Nur Atikah Abdullah (Ika Abdullah-Daddario​), Charles Georgy Gajim & Seti Faezah Rosli. The authors are all Bachelor of Biomedical Science final year students at the Management and Science University. In this fiction piece, they tell the story of how a world without vaccines would look like.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/issue-12-2016/the-imitation/

Vote for this article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #8: Teaching your immune system to fight cancer by Litt-Yee Hiew. Litt-Yee is currently studying towards an M.Sc in molecular medicine at the International Medical University. In this article she writes about immunotherapy, a new form of cancer treatment.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/article/moving-cancer-cell-targets-immunotherapy/

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#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #6: Snake antivenoms: science, values and challenges by Tan Choo Hock. Choo Hock is a toxinology expert and senior medical lecturer in pharmacology from the University of Malaya. He writes about snake antivenoms and gives us an intimate view into the fascinating venom-antivenom interplay.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/issue-12-2016/snake-antivenoms-science-values-challenges/

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#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #5: A 'Trp' to the land of Kyns by Felicita Fedelis Jusof. Felicita completed a PhD in medicine at the University of Sydney and currently works at the University of Malaya. In this article, she describes the mechanism behind the kynurenine pathway and how it impacts a myriad of immunological processes.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/issue-12-2016/trp-land-kyns/

Vote for Felicita's article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

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SciMy writing competition candidate article #4: Childhood vaccine controversies: the myths, the facts and the uncertainties by Adli Ali​. Adli is a medical academician and a clinical scientist at Oxford University. He gives a verdict on what science says about some of the common controversies surrounding vaccines.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/article/childhood-vaccine-controversies-myths-facts-uncertainties/

Vote for Adli's article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

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SciMy writing competition candidate article #3: Superhero by Candice Lim (Candistic​). Candice is science writer by day and a SFF novelist by night. Find out how her young protagonist came to realise she is a superhero in this short #fiction piece.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/creative-writing/superhero/

Vote for Candice's article by Liking or Sharing this post (only public shares count). Each like and share will count as one vote. Further voting instructions available here: http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/writingcompetition

#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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SciMy writing competition candidate article #1: Vaccines, an immunological revolution by Juliana Ariffin​. Juliana is a postdoctoral research fellow in Harvard Medical School. In this article she offers an overview on the history of vaccines and the immunological revolution that they have brought on.

http://magazine.scientificmalaysian.com/article/vaccines-immunological-revolution/

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#science #vaccines #immunology #scimywritingcompetition
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