Eman Research Ltd, the University of Sarawak, Sarawak Biodiversity Centre, University of Brunei and the other collected universities will be hosting IBDC&EXPO2021 in Kuching, Sarawak.

We are looking forward to the gathering of researchers and clinicians from all over the world involved in botanical drugs. This event is the International Botanical Drug and Expo and is the pre-eminent annual research event for the field convened by Eman Research Ltd in association with the Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) and leading research institutions around Malaysia and Australia.

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KUCHING – In conjunction with SBC’s 21st Anniversary celebration, a Traditional Knowledge Documentation seminar showcasing its ongoing and future commercialisation projects held on 06th December 2019 at Harbour View Hotel, attracted community leaders and representatives from 17 ethnic groups, from across Sarawak, namely, Bagatan, Berawan, Bidayuh, Bisaya, Iban, Kayan, Kelabit, Kenyah, Lun Bawang, Melanau, Melayu, Penan, Punan, Saban, Sekapan, Tabun and Tagal.

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Kuching, Friday, 06th December 2019 - Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC), the state’s leading research and development agency on sustainable biodiversity utilization celebrated its 21st anniversary at Pullman Kuching with the launch of its Journey Book in advancing biodiversity discoveries and set off on its new mission towards global prominence.

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Sarawak Biodiversity Council, Mitsubishi Corporation and CHITOSE group are pleased to announce their joint collaboration with Sea Horse Corporation Sdn. Bhd. for testing algae on commercial shrimp aquaculture.

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KUCHING: Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) celebrated its annual Biodiversity Day on 4th May 2019 at its premises located at Borneo Heights, Semengoh here.

The celebration was held in conjunction with the United Nations’ International Day for Biological Diversity which is observed on May 22 annually to increase public awareness on biodiversity issues. The theme of this year event is “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, and Our Health”. It is one of SBC’s initiatives to encourage general public especially the young generation to be interested in biodiversity, science and research.

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Kuching: Wednesday, 20th March 2019 marks a milestone for Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) as it officially seals Benefit Sharing Agreements (BSA) with five indigenous communities under the Sarawak Biodiversity Centre Ordinance, 1997. Simultaneously, SBC breaks new ground for Sarawak becoming the first in Malaysia to implement the Nagoya Protocol on access and benefit sharing, a major landmark for governance of genetic resources and traditional knowledge, with benefit sharing for its indigenous communities through the sustainable use of their biodiversity.