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Professorial Inaugural Lecture 2016 | Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin bin Abdullah

Link for slide presentation : Evolusi & Biogeorafi Mammalia.  

April 13, 2016 Featured, News

‘Siti Maya’ Become the First Advanced Mobile Research Lab, in Malaysia (Bernama)

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Program Cakna Komuniti @ CSD, UMT-Almanar (Phase 1)

“Program Cakna Komuniti @ CSD, UMT-Almanar” Phase 1 (January 2015 – June 2015) For the video, click here.

August 5, 2015 Article, Featured, News

Study of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

Centre for Socioeconomic Development (CSD), Kenyir Research Institute (IPK) is conducting a study on Aboriginal Cultural Heritage at Kenyir Lake. Headed by Dr.Roslina Ismail, this study is one of the objectives under the research themes of Cultural Heritage Profile in the villages around Kenyir Lake. Among the activities was an observation study in forest of […]

July 7, 2015 Article, Featured, News

IPK researcher, Reuben Clements published in Nature: A global strategy for road building

A global strategy for road building William F. Laurance, Gopalasamy Reuben Clements, Sean Sloan,Christine S. O’Connell, Nathan D. Mueller,Miriam Goosem,Oscar Venter,David P. Edwards,Ben Phalan,Andrew Balmford,Rodney Van Der Ree & Irene Burgues Arrea The number and extent of roads will expand dramatically this century1. Globally, at least 25 million kilometres of new roads are anticipated by […]

September 12, 2014 Article, Featured, News

Kenyir Geopark

A Geopark is a geographical area where geoheritage sites are part of a holistic concept of protection, education and sustainable development. The synergy between geodiversity, biodiversity and culture must be highlighted as an integral part of each Geopark. It is necessary to also include sites of ecological, archaeological, historical and cultural value within each Geopark. […]

August 4, 2014 Article, Featured, News

Harimau Selamanya

Project Harimau Selamanya focuses on the delineation, protection and monitoring of the Malayan Tiger Panthera tigris jacksoni (‘Harimau Belang’ in Malay) within a “Core Area” that encompasses the Kenyir Wildlife Corridor and the northeastern part of Taman Negara. This project is jointly funded by Woodlands Park Zoo and Panthera from USA, who committed USD 1 million for this project over the next 10 years.