“I can see”

Students from Selayang Harmony, Sunway Mentari and Manna House Learning Centres participated in the Science Day at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus on the 1st of February 2018. Whilst they were occupied with many different science-based laboratory and learning activities, they had their visual acuity checked by a qualified optician. Almost half of the …

Health and Science Camp Day with Refugee Kids

On the 1st of February, the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Biomedical Sciences Society and Rotaract Club organized a Health and Science Camp Day for refugee kids under the project “Promoting Science Using Microscopes” funded by Impact Nottingham (Cascade). The refugee kids came from three schools around the Klang Valley namely, Selayang Harmony School, Manna …

Refugee Kids Visit on World Refugee Day

Two groups of refugee school students from Sunway Mentari and Ideas Academy Learning Centres visited the Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus on 20 June 2017. These kids come from various countries, mainly from Myanmar and Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. As the undergraduate Biomedical Sciences students, we were honoured and delighted …

Exploring Science Using Microscope at KLESF 2017

UNMC Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) taskforce from the Department of Biomedical Sciences organized an activity named ‘Exploring Science Using Microscope’ at the Kuala Lumpur Engineering and Science Fair (KLESF) 2017 Date: 3rd, 4th and 5th November 2017 Venue: MINES International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) The main objective of this activity was to promote the learning …

Science Fair in SK St. Paul, Seremban

The Primary School Science Fair was held in SK St. Paul in Seremban on 13th May 2017. Apart from the host, primary students from a few other primary schools in Seremban also participated in the event. Upon arrival at the school, we were welcomed by a flash of forked lightning and a great clap of thunder (a …

More than a summer experience

In July last year, a team of 29 students and 3 academic staffs from different faculties from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus with other volunteers from a few non-government organisations (NGOs) went to a rural village in Sarawak (Borneo) with a few objectives to improve the living standards of this community. This project was …

My graduate training experience at Novartis Malaysia

Upon graduating from the University of Nottingham in Biomedical Sciences, I spent some time abroad to explore the world and learn more about myself in a new environment. At the same time, I was pondering about my career plan upon my return from my travels. After coming back to Malaysia, I developed an interest to work in a healthcare-related industry, preferably in the …

My summer adventures with Aiesec at China!

During the summer break, I participated in a program organised by Aiesec (International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences). Aiesec is an international non-governmental not-for-profit organisation that aims to provide young people with leadership development and cross-cultural internship and volunteer experiences to enable them to make an impact in the society. August 2015 …

High school students visit UNMC.

The Department of Biomedical Sciences is actively involved in reaching out to high school students to provide them with an opportunity to experience tertiary life at UNMC and also have a taste of what studying Biomedical Sciences feels like. During the summer break, our department hosted a group of 40 homeschooled students on campus for the “Experience …