Malaysia Government approves RM196.179 million to implement 1,174 projects

Malaysia Government approves RM196.179 million to implement 1,174 projects

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The Malaysia Government has approved RM196.179 million under the Science Fund Grant to 39 institutions for the implementation of 1,174 projects.

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badaw has given fund to the research institutes, institutions of higher learning, government and private agencies during the launch of BioMalaysia 2006 Exhibition and Conference on 5 December. The five largest recipients are Universiti Putra Malaysia with RM48.56 million for 311 projects, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia with RM28.342 million for 150 projects, Universiti Sains Malaysia with RM19.449 million for 109 projects, Universiti Malaya with RM18.897 million for 109 projects, and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with RM18.639 million for 105 projects. The fund is give to five main clusters, ICT; biotechnology, industry (nanotechnology, advanced material, advanced manufacturing alternative energy, and waste to wealth); sea to space; and agriculture.

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