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Sarawak Biodiversity Centre is inviting you to attend an online seminar presented by 6 researchers who will share a story on their project. We are excited of their work to unlock the potential of Sarawak’s biodiversity.

30 November 2020, Monday
9.30am - 12.00 noon

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Puan Siti Zaleha bt. Raduan
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

Investigation on the use of Sarawak native plant, Engkala bark in Neurodegenerative disease. 


Dr. Nur Izzati Bt. Mohd Noh
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)

 Antioxidant potential and flavonoids composition of Kupak, an unknown indigenous plant of Borneo Island.


A.P Dr. Hwang Siaw San
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus (SUTS)

 Antioxidant capacity and cytoprotective effects of Sarawak rice bran extract.


A.P. Ir. Dr. Stephanie Chan Yen San
Curtin University Malaysia 

 Extraction of antioxidant from fruit wastes of Mangifera pajang and solubility enhancement in natural deep eutectic solvent


A.P. Dr. Moritz Muller
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus (SUTS)

 Rivers of Sarawak: Where Land and Sea Meet

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Dr. Mohamad Hasnul Bin Bolhassan
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak

 Documentation of wild and cultivated culinary mushroom of Sarawak

Join us in this sharing session and let’s have a chat about science.

Register now via QR code and we will email the zoom link. See you there.

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The Sarawak Online Research Application System (SORAS) is now available and open to all research applicants. Where applicable, the relevant agencies such as the Sarawak Forestry Corporation and Economic Planning Unit Sarawak will evaluate and approve the applications.  All applications under SORAS will be reported to the by the Access and Benefit Sharing Technical Committee chaired by the Ministry of Urban Development and Natural Resources.

To use the system, applicants must register an account and fill in the required details before submitting applications.