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  Year 2016

 

***This picture gallery is arranged chronologically based on date of events***
***Please scroll down to see pictures from earlier events***

 

  

                                

(1) Team FSc Bioscience, KLESF 2016. L-R Dr Eddy, Dr Ooi, Dr Isma, Pn Azida, Dr Kwong, Dr Teh, Ms Saw, Dr Tong.

     

(2) Mr Invisible & Dr Strange. The station where visitors get to know about microbes and their mystical world.

     

(3) Colourful bacteria on display.

      (4) Microbes through the looking glass and blowing up balloons with yeast.
     
(5) Dr Eddy and his assistants, Ze Lene and Wai Keat.      

(6) Wai Keat sharing with some curious parents and kids on microbes.

     

(7) Dr Teh showing a student how cancerous and other abnormal blood cells look like under the microscope.

      (8) Phlebotomy hands-on by Xue Qi and May Kee.
     
(9) A visitor getting to know more about the human anatomy and cell biology.      

(10) Dr Isma showing the visitors the blue blood of horseshoe crab.

     

(11) Sea of visitors at the humble abode of Team FSc Bioscience.

      (12) Soap Making 101 by Dr Tong and his assistants.
     
      (14) Visitors trying out soap making.  
       
       
(13) Soap making in progress.        
     
(15) The beautiful finished products.      

(16) Visitors guessing the names of local fruits and herbs.

     
(17) Herbs of medicinal and aesthetic values.      

(18) Rainbow roses.

     
(19) Visitors trying out the invisible ink.      

(20) Egg candling. Showing the different stages of embryonic development inside chicken eggs.

     
(21) Dr Kwong in action.      

(22) Two little chicks and a baby turkey.

 

 

 

 

 

KLESF 2016

Event Name: Kuala Lumpur Engineering Science Fair (KLESF) 2016

Date: 4th to 6th November 2016

Venue: MINES International Exhibition & Convention Centre (MIECC)

 (23) Team FSc Bioscience and their little helpers.  

 

   

 

 

Field trip to Eco Education center Larut and Matang for agriculture students on 19 October 2016.

 
 

 
Students observing the flora and fauna in the mangrove habitat.
 
Students measuring the water samples collected from the river.

 

  

Event: Interdepartmental Team Building (DBMS and DBS)
Date: 29 September 2016 (Thursday)
Venue: Lost World of Tambun, Ipoh / Treasure Pot Steamboat Restaurant, Ipoh (Dinner)



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

FSc - Final Year Project (FYP) Oral Presentation Student Conference Award Winners for May Trimester 2016.

Date: 01 September 2016 (Thursday); Venue: EDK1; Time: 1.30pm


 

Field trip of agriculture students taking UDAA1233/3214 Principles and Practices of Aquaculture to Pusat Pengembangan Akuakultur, Tapah, on 12 August 2016.  Stripping of eggs of catfish were demonstrated.
Eggs were transferred into the tank over a piece of netting. Students attentively listening to the briefing given by the officer in charge.
 


Field study to Jabatan Kimia, Ipoh, on 5 August 2016, for students taking UDAA2223 Environmental Toxicology



 
 
 
 


 
Title: First Year Biochemical Science Students - Excursion to Trong Leisure Duck Farm and Resort (自農休閒農莊)

 

Date: 2nd July 2016, Saturday, 8 am to 3 pm

 

Description: One of the biggest challenges in teaching biology is the attitude toward science that many students bring to class. Many of the students enrolled in introductory biology classes at the high school or college level are there for no particularly positive reason, and may even be openly hostile or apprehensive about the course (Steglich 2000). According to Deputy Education Minister Chong Sin Woon, the teacher-oriented teaching and learning process is no longer suitable for students in the 21st century. Active learning should be incorporated into the system. Thus, the objectives and learning outcomes of the excursion and brochure are:

 

1. To help students to see that the course content is of interest to them professionally, regardless of career plans, and personally.

2. To help students to realize that science is done by people who were not born scientists, but learned to do science through years of hard work. The human face of science often gets lost in the process of learning the details of cell structure and function.

3. To increase their involvements in the learning process, which promote a better understanding of and engagement in cell biology-related content.

4. To enable the students to think beyond the words they read-to learn by doing in a safe environment.

5. To be trained to work in a group or to play as a team-member.

6. To encourage the students to be physically and intellectually involved in their lessons to allow them to both express themselves in a scientific context and develop an understanding of difficult concepts in cell biology.



Title: Innovative IKA Mixing & Process Technology for Food & Nutraceuticals -Talk and Demonstration

Date: 21st June 2016 (Tuesday)

Venue: Food Processing Lab (D209), UTAR (Kampar Campus)

A great opportunity to have the members from IKA® Works (Asia) Sdn Bhd, Malaysia, comprising Dr Senthivel (Third from right) and Ms Suki Chua (First from right), to share their knowledge in high shear homogenizer.

 


 

Title: MIFT Talk - An Afternoon with Eminent Scientists from IUFoST

Date: 2nd June 2016 (Thursday)

Venue: Malaysian Institute of Food Technology Office, Subang Jaya

A great opportunity to meet with and hear from esteemed members of the International Union of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST), a global scientific organization for food science and technology, comprising Professor Dr Liu Rui Hai (First row, third from left) from Cornell University; Secretary-General of IUFoST Ms Judith Meech (First row, fourth from left); Professor Dr Rao Pingfan (First row, fourth from right) from Zhejiang Gongshang University; and Professor Dr Bonnie Sun Pan (First row, third from right) from National Taiwan Ocean University. The major objective of this event is to create network with fellow food scientists in the international arena. The participants from UTAR include Dr Ee Kah Yaw (Second row, fifth from left), and Ms Silvara Junus (Second row, sixth from left) from Department of Agricultural and Food Science.


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

FYP Student Conference Award Presentation for January Trimester 2016.

20 April 2016, 2-3pm; DDK1


 

Activity: First Year Biomedical Science Students - Poster Presentation on Cell Structure

 

Date: 7th April 2016, Thursday, 8.00 am to 10.00 am

 

Venue: EDK 5, UTAR Kampar Perak

 

Description: Posters are a key component of communicating science and an important element in a successful scientific career. Thus, students of first year biomedical science were given the opportunity to present their laboratory work on cell structure in a poster and they were exposed to do it in a team. This activity has enabled the students

 

1. To increase their involvements in the learning process, which promote a better understanding of and engagement in cell biology-related content.

2. To think beyond the words they read-to learn by doing in a safe environment.

3. To be trained to work in a group or to play as a team-member.

     

Two team consists of total 8 student from the Bachelor Of Science (Hons) Logistics And International Shipping had participate in Debate Competition jointly organized by THE SOCIETY OF LOGISTICIANS MALAYSIA/ PERTUBUHAN PAKAR LOGISTIK MALAYSIA (LogM) and THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT (CILT) (PENANG) details as below:-

Date: 12 March 2016 (Saturday)
Venue: AK Academy, Penang
Time: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Topic :
1. Do you think it’s good to have placed a FREE PORT in the Northern Malaysia?
2. Is KTM high-speed ETS train service relevant to the Movement of People in Malaysia?
3. Kra Canal: Golden Opportunity or Commercially Unviable?
4. Is Penang the right location in the North for our International Airport?

The assigned Topic for the FINAL session:
1. Is Penang ready to be named “World City”, from the angles of Transport Planning and its Execution?

One team placed second. The students would like to know which category of soft skill points they are able to obtain. Student list is as below:
1. Calwin Tan Kai Wen
2. Nicholous Ngai Hon Meng
3. Lim Kok Whey
4. Ng Wei Cheng
5. Yogern a/l Thanasekaran
6. Tan Yong Sheng
7. Louis Ng
8. Sia Geng Zhe

Debating Competition 2016 - Final Result

   

 

Lecturers of Department of Biomedical Science having a Pre-CNY lunch at Teh Tarik Place, Kampar on 15 January 2016.


 

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