FIRST PRIZE FOR BEST SCIENTIFIC EPOSTER PRESENTATION IN PROFESSIONAL CATEGORYDr Revathi A/P Rajan |  Faculty of Applied Science
She bagged the first prize award for the Best Scientific ePoster Presentation in Professional Category at the International eConference of Fingerprint Analysis.
SECOND RUNNER-UP FOR THE ORAL PRESENTATION AWARD (POSTGRADUATE) IN THE UTAR INTERVARSITY SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM 2021 (UISS 2021)Miss Sim Yan Yi |  Doctor of Philosophy (Science)
She was awarded the Second Runner-Up position the Oral Presentation Award (Postgraduate) in The UTAR Intervarsity Science Symposium 2021 (UISS 2021). Under the supervision of associate professor Dr Nyam Kar Lin, she presented her research entitled “Application of Hibiscus cannabinus L. KR9 (Kenaf) Leaves Extract As Skin Whitening and Anti-Aging Agents in Natural Cosmetic Prototype: Valorization of a by Product”.
TOP 15 FINALISTS OF THE 2021 YSN-ASM CHRYSALIS AWARDMiss Sim Yan Yi and Teoh Ai Ni |  Doctor of Philosophy (Science)
They have been selected as the Top 15 Finalists of the 2021 YSN-ASM Chrysalis Award by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM) and the Young Scientists Network – ASM (YSN-ASM).
WINNERS IN THE BLUESCOPE YOUNG ARCHITECT AWARDS 2020JAROD YAP, STEPHANIE CHOO, TAN KAI XIN and LIEW EN YU |  School of Architecture and Built Environment
Congratulations to Jarod Yap, Stephanie Choo, Tan Kai Xin and Liew En Yu for emerging as winners in the BlueScope Young Architect Awards 2020. Jarod and Stephanie were the winners of Part 1 (Year 1-3). Kai Xin and En Yu were winners of the Consolation Category. These awards serve as a platform for young architects to showcase their talent in the field of architecture.
ASIAN YOUTH INNOVATION GOLD AWARD AT THE MALAYSIAN TECHNOLOGY EXPO 2021Assistant Professor Dr Ashok Kumar Janakiraman |  Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Assistant Professor Dr Ashok Kumar Janakiraman
Assistant Professor Dr Shiek Abdul Kadhar Mohamed Ebrahim Habibur Rahman
Assistant Professor Dr Liew Kai Bin
Ong Khai Kee
The team bagged the gold award at the Asian Youth Innovation Awards under the Malaysian Technology Expo 2021. Their research entitled “The Fabrication of Cocoa Butter base Amlodipine Besylate fast melt tablets” has impressed the judging panel.
ASIAN YOUTH INNOVATION GOLD AWARD AT THE MALAYSIAN TECHNOLOGY EXPO 2021 AND THE ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH INVENTORS AND INNOVATORS AWARDAssociate Professor Dr Mogana Sundari Rajagopal |  Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Associate Professor Dr Mogana Sundari Rajagopal
Assistant Professor Dr Sasikala Chinnappan
Dr Venkatalakshmi Ranganathan
Assistant Professor Dr Muhammad Junaid Farrukh
Anabelle Rose Joykin
Por Choo Shiuan
Tan Lee Fang
Yap Vi Lien
The team’s invention “CuberClean” has leave a massive impression on the judging panel and won the gold award at the Asian youth innovation awards 2021 and the Association of British Inventors and Innovators Award. The team has created the eye cream with cucumber.
INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION SILVER AWARD AT THE MALAYSIAN TECHNOLOGY EXPO 2021Melbha Starlin Chellathurai |  Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Ms. Melbha Starlin Chellathurai
Vivien ling wang ting
Associate Professor Dr. Palanirajan Vijayaraj Kumar
And the team gained the silver award at the International Innovation Awards under the Malaysian Technology Expo 2021. The competition entry that warranted this award is their fabrication and evaluation of transdermal Microneedles for a Recombinant Human Keratinocyte Growth Factor.
RECIPIENT OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH GRANT SCHEMEAssistant Professor Dr Zhooriyati Binti Sehu Mohamad and Assistant Professor Dr Crendy Tan Yen Teng
Received the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme of RM 69,400 for her students’ two-year study. The title of her team’s research is “A Study of Views About Self-Empowerment with Happiness Using Meaning in Life and Optimism Among Adolescent Delinquents in Juvenile Detention Center”.
Additionally, she is part of a team that received RM100,000 worth of grant for their two-year research. The title of her team’s research is “A workplace flourishing model: Assessing the role of kindness and work engagement”.
RECIPIENT OF THE MALAYSIA – JAPAN GRANTMohamad Ikhram Bin Mohamad Ridzuan |  Head of Praxis, Industry, and Community Engagement
Received an international grant worth RM 6 Million for his team’s four-year long research. The team’s research is entitled “Hybrid OTEC – Development of Malaysia Model (inclusive of Economic Evaluation) under Development of Advanced Hybrid Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Technology for Low Carbon Society & Sustainable Energy System: First Experimental OTEC Plant of Malaysia.”.
RECIPIENT OF THE QRAM RESEARCH GRANTMs Syasyila Kalaivanan and Ms Lee Gin Lim |  Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Psychology
Received the QRAM research grant of RM 2,500 for their two-year study. The title of their research is “The Influence of Optimism and Psychological Resilience to Meaning in Life in Malaysian COVID-19 Front Liners”.