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Award-Winning Invention for the Disabled Community

Award-Winning Invention for the Disabled Community

By Thu, Mar 01, 2012 5:55PM UTC Comments Off Award-Winning Invention for the Disabled Community

 “The needs of disabled persons in Malaysia are still seen largely as a welfare function,” said Maniam Sinnasamy, Project Manager of United Nations Development Programme (U.N.D.P.). In the fast developing world, the needs and plights of the disabled community are still being neglected by the general public.  They face challenges when performing simple chores due...

Unconventional but Fascinating Field of Chemical Engineering

By Thu, Feb 16, 2012 3:22PM UTC 9 Comments Unconventional but Fascinating Field of Chemical Engineering

Malaysians today are becoming health-conscious, with some turning into lifelong vegans and fruitarians. Fresh fruits and vegetables contain vitamins and minerals, but have a short shelf life due to natural biochemical changes. To prolong fruits and vegetables’ shelf life, postharvest processing such as drying, is widely used. Drying technology can extend the shelf life of...

International Students Inspired To Lead Positive Changes

By Wed, Feb 15, 2012 9:58AM UTC Comments Off International Students Inspired To Lead Positive Changes

Taylor’s University hosted the International Students Leadership Conference 2011 “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other,” said former US President John F. Kennedy. Each year, International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC) will be held at a different university around the world. The annual conference helps international students to broaden their knowledge and insights into leadership...

Taylor’s Racing Team To Make Their Mark in Formula SAE Race

By Fri, Feb 10, 2012 5:42PM UTC Comments Off Taylor’s Racing Team To Make Their Mark in Formula SAE Race

Taylor’s University continuously collaborates with different organisations to ensure that both its students and academic staff are able to gain exposures and knowledge on current industry demands. In these mutually-beneficial partnerships, the industry partners also enjoy the benefits of having some of the best students to work on specific projects for them in the form...

Taylor’s SET Ambassadors Inspire Chinese Students

By Wed, Feb 08, 2012 5:31PM UTC 124 Comments Taylor’s SET Ambassadors Inspire Chinese Students

Sharing the thoughts and experiences of the Elite Student Leaders of Taylor’s University One of the highlights of our first blog mentioned a two-week visit and collaborative mission by Taylor’s University engineering students with the Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology (BIPT) in 2011. Our students – Christopher Chew, Yap Wai Kit and Mike Ooi Ferng...

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