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Work Hard or Work Smart? You Decide

In the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of the 21st century, the traditional adage “work hard” has been complemented by the contemporary principle of “work smart.” While both working hard and...
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Exploring RIPCOSS’23: A Research Judge’s Perspective

When the term “research” is mentioned, it often invokes images of mandatory classes for students navigating their academic journey. Yet, the essence of research transforms when one comprehends the entire...
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Engineering the Farm of Tomorrow: Integrating Green Energy into Agricultural Practices using IR4.0

The global agricultural landscape is undergoing a profound transformation, driven by a convergence of technological advancements, innovative engineering practices, and the disruptive force of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0).  In...
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Emerging Technologies in Electrical Engineering: An Overview

Electrical engineering profoundly impacts the world, playing a crucial role in various aspects of modern life and contributing to a more sustainable future. The period from around 1760 to about...
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Unlocking the Potential: Exploring the Benefits of Scopus Indexing for Researchers

Students and novice researchers often inquire about my strong endorsement of Scopus databases and how Scopus indexing can benefit researchers, aiding them in their efforts to publish in high-impact journals....
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On Adopting and Practicing Use of Structural Eurocodes in Malaysia

The construction industry in some regional countries or economies such as Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong has seen major upheavals in civil and structural engineering design and construction practices over...
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Reflections on Pledge of Professionalism: A Decade of Insistence

The Faculty of Pharmacy at SEGi University had gathered on 26 September 2023 for the 11th annual Pledge of Professionalism ceremony, and I found myself reflecting on the significance of...
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SHED – A New Journey From Shedding Teeth!

Dental stem cells are derived from the neural crest. They could self-renew and be clonogenic. Three categories of stem cells have been identified based on their potential and capacity to...
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Lesson learned from Japan Rail Construction and Land Use Development Models

The built environment is not just the physical backdrop of human activity; it is the stage upon which the drama of urban life unfolds. At its heart lies the transportation...
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Budget 2024: A Closer Look at Malaysia’s Economic Future

As we reflect on the budgetary landscape in Malaysia, it is vital to consider the backdrop of the preceding year. The economic climate of 2023 has set the stage for...
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The Three O’s In Optometry

The term “optometry” derives from the Greek words “Opsis” and “Metron,” with “Opsis” signifying “view” and “metron” translating to “measure.” In essence, optometry pertains to the measurement of vision. According...
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Shining Through Your Research Journey

As a seasoned academic, I have always believed in the power of knowledge exchange and the significance of fostering academic collaboration across international boundaries. Recently, I had the privilege of...
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