12Oct2021
Five Strategies to deal with skin problems due to Masking

Skin issues and other discomforts are not reasons not to wear a face mask nor […]

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5Oct2021
Strategies to survive in a turbulent World

Associate Professor Dr. Leela Anthony, Deputy Dean at the Faculty of Medicine AIMST University, has […]

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5Oct2021
Four strategies to improve the country’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET

Professor Datuk Dr. John Antony Xavier, the Vice-Chancellor & Chief Executive of AIMST University, has […]

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1Oct2021
The Issues related to Licensing of older Drivers

The Head of Medicine Unit at AIMST University, Senior Professor Dr. Krishnan Rajam, has summarised […]

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30Sep2021
5 Ways for Students to adjust to New norms in Campus

As universities reopen next month, we feel most for our students who have been confined […]

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20Sep2021
By Embracing tech, Health workers remain Relevant

The ubiquitous use of computer technologies in numerous sectors, such as the Internet of things, […]

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20Sep2021
Learning from Whitney Houston’s Song

‘Learning from Whitney Houston’s song’ is an article by Associate Professor Dr. Saraswathi Bina Rai […]

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16Sep2021
Malaysia Producing Cholera Vaccine, Clinical trial by Year-End

Malaysia producing cholera vaccine, clinical trial by year-end: Asian Institute of Medicine, Science and Technology […]

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15Sep2021
Coping with Covid-19 in the Endemic Phase

Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Chairman of AIMST University’s Covid-19 Task Force, […]

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14Sep2021
How will Varsities Survive another Tough Year

‘How will varsities survive another tough year?’ is an article by Professor Datuk Dr. John […]

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11Sep2021
Colours and Emotions

Colours and emotions are closely related. They can make us feel happy, sad, hungry and […]

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6Sep2021
Covid-19 Pandemic and the Migration

The Covid-19 pandemic and the migration to online learning have given rise to emotional states […]

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