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“Managing Contaminant of Emerging Concerns”

Organized by:

The Malaysia International Chemical Sciences Chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS)

 & Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

The first SEA-GIC held in 2015 brought together undergraduates from several ASEAN universities. The challenge returns this year with a new theme which allows participants to showcase their innovation in managing contaminant of emerging concerns. The finalists for the ASEAN Regional Round will be selected from submissions at the National Round through rigorous selection by the National Round Committee in their respective countries. The finalist from universities in ASEAN countries will convene in Malaysia to pitch their innovations to our distinguished judges.

Emerging contaminants can be broadly defined as any synthetic or naturally occurring chemical or any microorganism that is not commonly monitored in the environment but has the potential to enter the environment and cause known or suspected adverse ecological and(or) human health effects. In some cases, release of emerging chemical or microbial contaminants to the environment has likely occurred for a long time, but may not have Household products related to emerging contaminants been recognized until new detection methods were developed. In other cases, synthesis of new chemicals or changes in use and disposal of existing chemicals can create new sources of emerging contaminants.

AGM for ACS Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Student Chapter

ACS Malaysia Chair, Dr Bakri was invited to officiate AGM for ACS Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Student Chapter. Also present were Dr Firdaus (chapter secretary) and Dr Syafeeqa (student chapter advisor).

Chemistry Career Talk

Drop your resume!

All chemistry undergraduate students are invited to participate in our Career Seminar at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – UKM

Training: Developing a Research Proposal

Our Co-chair, Dr. Hooi Ling Lee and her team are currently flying ACS Malaysia’s flag in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.

They are giving a training on “Developing a Research Proposal” to the undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Faculty of Science, Ubon Ratchathani University.


2017 Message From ACS Malaysia Chapter Chair

In these three years’ time, ACS Malaysia has steadily embarked on many new pathways towards meeting our chapter’s missions and positioning its values. In these perspectives, we will stay truthful to our strategic objectives of:

1- Advance member’s professional career.
2- Improve education.
3- Communicate chemistry values.

There will be much excitement ahead to work together in achieving our common goals.