STEM

Next-gen youth, next-gen Internet, and lightsabres
There is a shortage of scientists and engineers in many countries, but Professor Sir David Payne is confident the next generation of youth will rise up to meet that demand -- the bad news is that he doesn't believe a lightsabre can be built.
CREST turns one, sharper focus for its second year
CREST chief executive officer Jaffri Ibrahim tells DNA founder Karamjit Singh about what has been done after one year in operations and the three key themes he is focused on.
Bleeding edge work at Altera in Penang
Altera Corp (M) managing director Sofi Osman tells Karamjit Singh about the strengths of Malaysia as a high-tech E&E hub, but also shares his concerns.
Penang’s E&E ecosystem the draw for National Instruments
National Instruments was drawn to Penang by its vibrant E&E ecosystem, and the Texas-based test & measurement company is intent on spurring and supporting that ecosystem even further, writes Karamjit Singh.
Week in Review: Are our public schools failing?
Many students from national schools lack the proper foundation and right attitude to succeed, and government intervention that costs many millions ends up being unappreciated and wasted, writes Karamjit Singh.
Agilent stresses importance of STEM
Agilent’s Datuk Gooi Soon Chai says that a talent pool strong in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math is key to Malaysia’s aspirations to becoming a high-income economy.
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