Research

The Important Roles of Salt Substitutes in Food Products

  • Dr Tan Hui Ling

Sodium chloride (NaCl) has a significant role in food products' texture, shelf-life, and flavour. The increasing consumption of food products with high amount of NaCl leads to life-threatening pathologies. Salt reduction was one of the most cost-effective strategies. Approaches that are taken include NaCl reduction based on the sensory acceptability of foods, NaCl replacement with low-sodium blends, and usage of flavour enhancers. The usage of cross-linking agents, hydrocolloids, and NaCl coating are innovations that help to reduce NaCl and maintain the qualities of food products.  

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Research Grants to Design Swarm-Intelligence Algorithms

  • Dr Muhammed Basheer Jasser

Smart cities aim at enhancing the living standards of their citizens by making use of advanced technologies to innovate various sectors. The optimisation algorithms are widely used in applications relating to smart cities (e.g. routing and estimation). Optimised swarm-intelligence algorithms such as optimised dragonfly and enhanced swap-sequence-based particle swarm optimisation algorithms were designed and employed as solutions for routing problems and channel estimation in real-world systems in smart cities such as delivery management systems and optical spatial multiplexing systems.

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The Culture of Health - The Next Big Thing in Engaging Employees

  • Vijaya Malar Arumugam

The article suggests that the culture of health and the strategies on employee well-being may be practised to ensure a productive and engaged workforce. It includes the suggestion that companies pay attention to their employees’ financial well-being as a precursor for greater employee performance and loyalty, thus giving the employees the competitive leverage to get ahead.

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A Real-Time Counting Application of Printed Circuit Boards Assembly (PCBA) using Image Processing and Weight Detection Techniques

  • Associate Professor Dr Lee Yun Li

HUMAC researchers have successfully delivered a proposed real-time counting application prototype under the Public-Private Research Network (PPRN) 2.0 grant. The solution comprises an IoT weighing scale system, a vision-based counting system, and an Android mobile application to monitor the production outputs in real time.

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How and in What Ways Does Social Media Affect Everyone? It Depends....

  • Professor Bradley Freeman

Over the years, communication researchers have sought to answer the burning questions people ask about the effects of social media on everyone. Professor Bradley Freeman shares his take on this.

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A Showcase of Undergraduate Actuarial Science Research Projects

  • Dr Lai Kee Huong and Chan Lay Guat

This write-up features prominent undergraduate research works that have been published in academic journals or conference proceedings.

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How can Design and Designers Help Improve Malaysian Society?

  • Dr Goh Yi Sheng

It is a common misconception that design is mainly trying to make things look ‘pretty’. Dr Goh Yi Sheng talks about how design is more than that and cites a project that can be an example of how design can change society for the better.

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Science and Technology Beyond Borders

  • Professor Dr Adarsh Kumar Pandey

Sunway University teamed up with renowned researchers under the International Research Networks Grant Scheme (IRNGS) to promote scientific and technological development in advanced energy storage materials, beyond borders.

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Partnership with Euro-Asia Network on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Utilisation to Tackle Climate Change

  • Professor Mohamed Kheireddine Aroua and Dr Arifutz

Climate change is a real threat to Earth's life, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is recognised as the major contributor. This makes the reduction in CO2 emissions a worldwide emergency and priority. Sunway University's  Research Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Utilisation (CCDCU) entered into a partnership with Euro-Asia Network to tackle climate change. 

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Professor Mayeen Uddin Khandaker Delivered the Keynote Speech on High Impact Journal Writing Ethics and Plagiarism

  • Dr Lam Siok Ee

Prof. Mayeen delivered a keynote speech in a seminar on ‘High Impact Journal Writing, Ethics and Plagiarism’ at BGCTUB, sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.

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