Events

06 Apr

Leadership in Medicine: Southeast Asia Program

Global health care leaders must have expertise in leadership, health care finance and human resource management in order to maintain excellence in service and patient care.

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09 Jan

Making News and Shaping Views; Riding the Rollercoaster of the Digital Revolution

Disseminating news used to be managed exclusively by media hierarchies. The elites had control of the organisations and crucially the means of distribution. Readers and viewers were essentially a passive audience. But, now the digital revolution has changed all of that.

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27 Nov

Optimism in the Past, Pessimism in the Future?

Why do we tend to glorify the past and look to the future with pessimism?

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21 Nov

How Quantum Mechanics Might Answer Life’s Biggest Questions

Quantum Mechanics is the most powerful and at the same time strangest theory in all of science. It underpins much of physics and chemistry, and without it we would not have developed modern electronics.

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31 Oct

Energy from the sun: Role of nanotechnology

Energy from the sun is one of the potential sources of renewable energy for the humankind. It is perceived as one of the clean forms of energy as it does not pollute environment.

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30 Sep

MRCP PACES Preparatory Course & Mock Examination

The seats for candidates are full. For doctors who are interested, you can still sign up as observers! Registration is based on first come first served basis.  So register now before we run out of seats for observers.

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28 Sep

Second RCP-Sunway-Cambridge Medical Seminars

Calling all general and specialist doctors!

Save the date for our 2-day seminar which will be an engaging meeting featuring international and local speakers with a good mix of insightful plenary lectures interspersed with breakout workshops covering multiple topics including cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, nephrology, oncology, respiratory and more.

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19 Aug

Measuring The World – Can We Believe The Statistics?

In this lecture, Professor Denise Lievesley will draw on her experience of working as a statistician in the UN system to discuss the problems of gathering harmonised data from across countries with very different levels of statistical expertise and resources.

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06 Aug

1st Euro-Asia Conference on CO2 Capture and Utilisation (EACCO2CU 2019)

Carbon dioxide capture and utilisation are currently research areas of tremendous importance due to environmental concerns about global warming as well as the technological problems associated with CO2 presence in process gas streams.

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31 Jul

The 21st Malaysian Finance Association Conference 2019

“Charting a new course in Financial Innovation and Education”

31st July – 1st August 2019

Sunway University, Bandar Sunway, Selangor, Malaysia

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