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KEMENTERIAN TENAGA, SAINS, TEKNOLOGI, ALAM SEKITAR DAN PERUBAHAN IKLIM

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Penuh 6 OGOS 2018 (ISNIN)

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From Japan with love: Look East is Japan's last chance

However, the delegation of Mahathir, did not include Science, Technology, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin. Rather it included the Minister of Transport Anthony Loke and Minister of Education Mazlee Malik.

Both have not been known to be familiar with the trajectory of any major breakthrough in technology.

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Myanmar varsity joins green platform

Over the years, the focus has been on climate change and with the United States backing out of the Paris Agreement, it is more important than ever for us to take care of our environment.

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Membina industri teknologi hijau

Selain IGEM yang dilihat sebagai sebuah platform utama dalam mempromosi sektor hijau, penganjuran National Energy and Green Technology Awards (NEGTA) juga dilihat mampu memberi impak positif dalam sektor ini. NEGTA dianjurkan untuk mengiktiraf amalan hijau terbaik dalam penghasilan produk tempatan mahupun perkhidmatan dan diharap mampu untuk menjadi penanda aras dalam peringkat kebangsaan.

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CEO: MDV plays key role in tech financing

Malaysia Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV) plays a key role in the local technology financing

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4. ecosystem in advancing the Government’s initiatives to promote a technology-based economy that operates in a sustainable manner, said its chief executive officer Nizam Mohamed Nadzri. He said since its inception, MDV has disbursed approximately RM11.5bil in financing from its three funds to almost 750 technology and technology-based companies in the country.

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Zarinah Anwar no longer MDV chairman Zarinah was appointed chairman to the board of MDV in 2013. MDV’s mandate is to provide project and financing facilities to high-potential technology and technology-based companies.

Since its inception in 2002, MDV has disbursed RM11.5 billion in financing to some 750 technology companies.

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New scam, old tricks

And if the site offers two- factor authentication, you should also take the time to turn it on, as this will add another obstacle for the scammer.

Finally, if you have been a target of this email or other online scams, you can file your complaints with the Malaysia Computer Emergency Response Team (MyCERT).

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Timely and accurate weather info can save lives

Hence, it was baffling when the director of the National Weather and Geophysics Operation Centre of the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MMD), who appeared on a local TV news channel on Thursday afternoon last week, said that the thunderstorms were the result of the change in the monsoon.

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Major changes in store for PJ

A big portion of Section 52, where the land is currently a split zone comprising half government and half commercial will see a major change. Totalling 11.7ha in size, the land houses quite a few government buildings namely the Malaysian Chemical Department, National Registration Department (JPN), Petaling Jaya Magistrate’s Court and Road Transport Department.

The Star

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5 OGOS 2018 (AHAD)

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Give accurate info on weather

Hence, it was baffling when the director of the National Weather and Geophysics Operation Centre, Malaysian Meteorological Department (MMD), appeared on television on Thursday afternoon and said the thunderstorms were the result of the change in monsoon season. Was he trying to avoid saying that climate change and global warming had arrived in the country?

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4 OGOS 2018 (SABTU)

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Haramkan terus sisa plastik

Selasa lalu, Menteri Tenaga, Teknologi, Sains, Perubahan Iklim dan Alam Sekitar, Yeo Bee Yin dalam sidang Dewan Rakyat menegaskan Malaysia tidak akan menjadi tong sampah sisa-sisa plastik dari negara-negara maju walaupun setelah China mengharamkan import plastik berkuat kuasa Januari tahun ini.

Sehubungan itu, Bee Yin memberitahu, kerajaan telah menubuhkan sebuah jawatankuasa khas untuk mengkaji kaedah yang terbaik untuk mengawal pengimportan sisa plastik dan Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan juga telah membekukan AP sisa plastik kepada 114 syarikat dan kilang berkuat kuasa 24 Julai lalu.

Utusan Malaysia

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TEMPATAN

Bil Berita Media Capaian Berita

Penuh 6 OGOS 2018 (ISNIN)

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Sarikei Innovation Centre hosts Elev8 entrepreneurship programme

A series of workshops on optimising usage of technology such as YouTube, Google AdWords and AdSense as well as keynote sessions on E-Rezeki and Global Online Workforce, STEM (science, technology, engineering and

mathematics), drone application, social

entrepreneurship, coding, tech and leadership enlightened participants.

The Borneo Post

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Learning made fun with technology

“And 62% of students say that technology helps them feel better prepared for class,” he said, adding interactive whiteboards allow the integration of dynamic apps for intuitive and active learning environments.

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Reducing dependence on imported vegetable seeds

Seeds are fundamental to any agriculture activity. The last 40 years has seen a dramatic transformation of the commercial seed industry from a competitive agri-business - mainly

family-owned – to an industry dominated by just a small number of transnational companies.

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CEPSI 2018 tampil 14 pakar industri

Persidangan Industri Bekalan Tenaga Elektrik 2018 (CEPSI) yang dianjurkan Tenaga

Nasional Bhd. (TNB) bakal menampilkan 14 pakar terkemuka bagi berkongsi ilmu dan pengetahuan berkenaan industri elektrik.

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'Manjung 4 plant powered up'

The Manjung 4 power plant, the most efficient coal-based power plant in Southeast Asia, is set to play a prominent role in meeting

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Malaysia’s energy demand expected to double between 2015 and 2040.

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Kolej Tunku Kurshiah gondol 4 pingat emas dalam WICO 2018

Kesungguhan 11 pelajar Kolej Tunku Kurshiah, Seremban membabitkan empat kumpulan menghasilkan empat rekaan untuk

pertandingan reka cipta World Invention Creativity Olympic (WICO) 2018 di Seoul, Korea Selatan terbalas apabila Berjaya membawa pulang empat anugerah pingat emas.

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Jering sumber utama bateri

Menurut Muhamad Husaini yang juga

merupakan ketua penyelidik, keperluan kepada kenderaan elektrik pada ketika ini semakin penting lantaran pencemaran yang disebabkan tenaga berasaskan fosil.

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5 OGOS 2018 (AHAD)

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The fundamental need in Malaysian education reform

THE Science and Technology Human Capital Report and Science Outlook 2015 by Akademi Science Malaysia show that we may soon have a serious shortage in science-related fields. It seems more students are opting out of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and

Mathematics) fields at secondary and tertiary levels.

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English ensures youths can compete in job market

According to the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Research Dato Sri Michael Manyin, BM would remain as a means to unite Malaysians who are made up of various races, especially in Sarawak where there are more than 28 ethnic groups. He said this when

officiating at a two-day STEM Playground 2018 – Miri Curtin IEEE Science and Technology

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Exhibition and Kids Festival at Pustaka Miri yesterday.

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Unimas presents STEM equipment to SK Bako

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) yesterday presented Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathemathics (STEM)

learning tools and computers worth RM30,000 to SK Bako near here. Its Vice Chancellor Prof Dato Dr Mohamad Kadim Suaidi represented the university to hand over the equipment comprising ten STEM learning tools and five computers to SK Bako which were received by its headmaster Awang Majri Awang Rosli on behalf of the school.

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44 students take part in innovation, creativity camp

The ‘School Level Innovation and Creative Camp’ held at SK Abang Ali yesterday saw 44 students from four primary schools around here taking part in the educational activity. The two- day camp was jointly organised by Civil Service Welfare and Recreational Club (Maksak) Sibu and the Invention and Design Association of Sarawak (IDEAS).

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Jargon-free communication boosts understanding of science

Scientists are trained to work in laboratories, invent products and exchange ideas in

conferences with people of similar expertise and who speak the same language, so much so that communicating ideas to the layman is considered trivial.

However, science communication is vital to enhance “public understanding of science”, and to promote awareness of science or health issues.

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4 OGOS 2018 (SABTU)

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Karnival Jom Sains ransang minat subjek STEM

Justeru, bagi merangsang dan memupuk minat terhadap Sains, Teknologi, Kejuruteraan dan Matematik (STEM), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) mengambil pendekatan mengadakan Karnival Jom Sains.

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Sabah students vie for top spot in National Science Challenge 2018

Three students from SMK Sung Siew won the Sabah state level National Science Challenge (NSC) 2018. Under the tutelage of their teacher Moh Sin Yee, Form 4 students Mitrina Ernestal, Jensen Jung and Rania Florian beat four other teams to move on to the semi-final round.

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Wiring up a wider population

This will change with the entry of Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) in offering its fibre access to telecoms players especially via its power poles, provided the players want to lay more fibre and provide access beyond the main big commercial centres. Competition will drive prices down, increase efficiencies and improve speed as well as capacity. With the 12,000km of fibre that TNB has and its pole access, hopefully a wider population can be wired up.

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Integrating technology into classroom teaching

However, as a former Education Technology lecturer at the Teachers’ Training College, I know that teacher trainees have been trained on how to integrate technology into different subject areas to make classroom teaching more effective.

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ANTARABANGSA

Bil Berita Media Capaian Berita

Penuh

6 OGOS 2018 (ISNIN)

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Ethics and the pursuit of artificial intelligence

In the AI arena the stakes are extremely high and it is quickly becoming a free-for-all from data acquisition to the stealing of corporate and state secrets. The “rules of the road” are either being addressed along the way or not at all, since the legal regime governing who can do what to whom, and how, is either wholly inadequate or simply does not exist.

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Frigid, rusty and haunted

There it was: Glowering red on the dashboard of the sky like an astrological warning light next to the full Blood Moon on Friday, July 28 – Mars. It was calling brightly out across 35.8 million miles of space, a gulf humans have yearned to cross for as long as they have known that the lights in the sky are places.

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Tsunami warning issued as second quake rocks Lombok

A major earthquake rocked Indonesia’s Lombok island yesterday, just a week after a quake had killed 17 people on the holiday island, sending people running from their homes and triggering a tsunami alert.

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Lombok hit again by 7.0 - magnitude quake Barely a week after being struck by an

earthquake, the Indonesian island of Lombok was once again rocked yesterday, this time by a 7.0 – magnitude tremor.

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Chinese cyclist on a clean adventure

Sometimes he made friends with hikers inspired by his clean-up campaign, and they helped him collect waste for a few days before going their separate ways.

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California asks Trump for aid as state battles 17 fires

Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday called on

President Donald Trump to help California fight and recover from another devastating wildfire season. Brown, who inspected neighbourhoods wiped out by a wildfire in the Northern California city of Redding, said he was confident the

president he has clashed with over immigration and pollution policies would send aid, which Trump did last year when California’s wine country was hit hard.

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5 OGOS 2018 (AHAD)

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Magical thinking about machine learning won’t bring the reality of AI any closer Currently, the technology that most attracts magical thinking is artificial intelligence (AI).

Enthusiasts portray it as the most important thing since the invention of the wheel.

Pessimists view it as an existential threat to humanity: the first “superintelligent” machine we build will be the beginning of the end for

humankind; the only question thereafter will be whether smart machines will keep us as pets.

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Indonesia lifts tsunami warning after quake Indonesia lifted a tsunami warning that was imposed after a magnitude 7 earthquake rocked Bali and Lombok islands on Sunday. Officials said airports on both islands were operating normally despite minor damage.

New Straits Times

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California's destructive summer brings blunt talk about climate change

A decade ago, some scientists would warn against making broad conclusions linking an extraordinary heat wave to global warming. But

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the pace of heat records being broken in California in recent years is leading more

scientists here to assertively link climate change to unrelenting heat that is only expected to worsen as humans continue putting greenhouse gases in the air.

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Climate change is real

A recent 300-page report by the American Meteorological Society and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed what most peoples across the globe have already observed, noticed and felt: that the world is, indeed, experiencing now

abnormal weather patterns.

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Letters: we need less waste, not more food This year’s heatwave and climate change in general highlight growing risks to food supplies and not just in this country (“To feed the world, we must exploit science, not spurn its

advances”). Assuming that Britain will always be able to import food is folly. In 2010, Russia banned grain exports after a drought, while Trump’s reaction to a poor US harvest can be imagined.

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Robots can manipulate people, show scientists

Interactive robots can emotionally manipulate humans, say scientists who found that people have a strong tendency to ascribe human-like attributes to machines. Researchers from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany asked 89 volunteers to interact with a human-like robot.

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NASA henti guna khidmat Soyuz?

Agensi Pentadbiran Angkasa Lepas dan Aeronautik (NASA) menamakan sembilan angkasawan pertama yang akan menaiki kapal angkasa Boeing dan SpaceX pada 2019.

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Gelombang haba luar biasa

Tidak dinafikan dunia mengalami gelombang haba yang ditaksir sebagai sesuatu yang luar

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biasa, tahun ini. Banyak negara dan wilayah dilapor mencatat suhu yang mencecah tahap rekod.

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9 to fly private U.S spaceships The National Aeronautics and Space

Administration (NASA) on Friday named the First nine astronauts who will fly to space on Boeing and SpaceX vehicles next year – a mix of novices and veterans who are tasked with restoring America’s ability to send humans into orbit.

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Experiential learning to teach real-world skills

Shane Perkins just returned from a 16-day trip to Indonesia, where he helped conduct marine, aerial and water quality surveys of coral reefs that surround Bunaken Island.

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Europe swelters in summer heatwave

Eight places in Portugal broke local temperature records as a wave of heat from North Africa swept across the Iberian peninsula – and officials predicted the scorching temperatures could get even worse over the weekend.

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12,000 km odyssey to promote renewables A Belgian cyclist rode 12,000 km from the

French city of Lyon to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in just 49 days to win an

inaugural solar-powered electric bike race aimed at promoting renewables energy.

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Major increase in heatwave deaths predicted as world warms

The death toll from heatwaves could rise up by up to 2,000% in some parts of the world by 2080, according to a new study. Heatwaves sweeping through the northern hemisphere have been dominating the news in recent weeks, with dozens od deaths registered from Japan to Canada.

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Is it a form of fundamentalist belief?

Anthropogenic climate change scepticism is often understood as the lack of conviction

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overthe scientific consensus that climate change is caused by human activities.

However, in the climate change discourse, scepticism does not just refer to a lack of conviction, but an outright rejection of the phenomenon.

4 OGOS 2018 (SABTU)

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Southeast Asia falls short on cybersecurity pact with Russia

Singapore’s foreign minister said on Saturday that Southeast Asian nations “didn’t get down to settling” a cybersecurity agreement with Russia.

The draft of a communique seen by Reuters before meetings between regional leaders and other world delegates started on Thursday, spoke about strengthening cooperation with Russia, accused of meddling in US elections, in the field of cybersecurity.

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Coordinated response needed to fight threat of climate change

To people undecided between science and scepticism, the jury may still be out on global warming – but, surely, only just. Recent

extreme weather events have narrowed room for debate and emboldened climate scientists to be less cautious in linking single events, rather than patterns of events, to man-made climate factors.

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Battling an inferno

Firefighters trying to control a back burn as the Carr fire continues to spread towards towns of Douglas City and Lewiston near Redding, California, on Tuesday.

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Japanese men urged to use parasols as heatwave hits

Officials in Japan have urged men to buck local gender stereotypes and carry parasols to

protect themselves from the sun in the midst of a deadly national heatwave.

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Fukushima nuke plant tries image overhaul Call it an extreme makeover. In Japan’s

Fukushima, officials are tempting what might seem impossible, an image overhaul at the site of the worst nuclear meltdown in decades.

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