Taking an environmentally friendly idea from the lab and making it available to the public is not a straightforward matter. But hopes open, as shown by this novel process for adding value to algae residue by producing more microbial oil in additional steps.
The raising number of calls to become an entrepreneur sounds like welcoming messages to wonderlands. In most of the cases the message is aimed at the youth. And, like in any group of youths, it would sound easy to push university students to choose an entrepreneurial career, but do they have what it takes?
Is it the student’s proactive personality or the university support environment that affects their entrepreneurial intentions?
We are very pleased to invite you to attend the Membrane Technology & Application for Water, Energy and Environment Seminar.
When: 1 June 2016
Where: Department of Chemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya (UM) Lembah Pantai, 50603 Kuala Lumpur
Professor Kang Li (Imperial College London, UK)
Professor Nik Meriam Nik Sulaiman (University of Malaya)
Professor Mohd Kheireddine Aroua (University of Malaya)
Apologies if this email is not relevant for you, I have sent it to multiple candidates in the local area.
Guest Speaker: Dr Ernesto Hernandez (UNMC)
With special response about engineering and environmental challenges by
Dr Amirhossein Malakahmad (UT Petronas)
Inspired in the exponential achievements in modern history, Ernesto Hernandez will give us a different perspective on global warming. He embarks into the journey of showing SciTech solutions, not aiming to save the Earth from its inevitable death but to help it last longer as a liveable global home for us all. Continue reading