Adapting Extended Reality Technology in Healthcare To Increase Patients’ Trust

Many innovative devices have emerged following the adoption of technology in healthcare which not only improves efficiency but also enhances patient care. A recent addition is smart surgery, which provides an alternative solution to doctor-patient trust issues. Based on past studies, it was found that trust between a doctor and patient is essential in achieving …

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Regular Exercise Can Help Slow Down Parkinson’s Disease

A research conducted by Rajkumar Krishnan Vasanthi from INTI International University along with his counterpart, Alfonsa Choo Kher Ying from B.E.N Physio, Kuala Lumpur, revealed that while a majority of people believe that exercise is able to assist in slowing down the progression of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), others were either unsure or think otherwise. The …

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Inti Foundation Donates Rm100,000 To Institut Sinaran

There is no doubt that knowledge and skills are extremely valuable today and higher education institutions have a key role in producing the future talent needed to drive Malaysia’s aspirations of becoming a developed nation. Realising this, the INTI Foundation has committed itself to promoting education and fostering a culture of care since its establishment …

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INTI’s First-Time Voters Talk About Casting Their Ballot in 15th Malaysian General Election

For the first time ever, Malaysians aged 18 to 20 were eligible to cast their vote in the 15th General Election (GE15) held on 19 November. With over a million first-time voters, students from INTI International College Subang were also part of the Undi18 cohort who had their index fingers inked in choosing parliamentary representatives. …

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Fungus as a Meat Replacement to Safeguard Human Health and the Environment

While Americans have long begun to find plant-based alternatives for different types of food, it is not as easy for Malaysians to give up eating the juicy, succulent meat that they enjoy so much. In 2021, it was reported that Malaysia is among the top poultry meat consumers worldwide[1]. Many scientists have proven that meat …

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Embracing and Learning to Deal With Economic Uncertainties

Inflation, weak growth momentum, supply disruptions and food insecurity due to war are said to be among the factors contributing to a gloomy global economic. To shed light on the local economic situation in Sabah and share a broader perspective on the topic, INTI College Sabah (ICS) and Institut Sinaran conducted the Economic Outlook Talk …

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Jacob Hezron Andreas Determined To Continue Moving Up In Gymnastics

Since Jacob Hezron Andreas entered the world of gymnastics at the age of ten, his career has only seen upward growth. Despite starting out in a small town in Sabah, his talent, passion, and perseverance has helped the Beluran-born gymnast to shine. “I remember watching talented gymnasts training at a complex in Kota Kinabalu when …

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Supporting Women to Become Forces of Change

INTI International University’s Ir. Professor Dr. Leong Wai Yie was invited as a panelist at the ‘Inspiring Women in Leadership’ series at Akademi Kepimpinan Pendidikan Tinggi (AKEPT) organised by the Young Scientists Network and Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM), where she shared her experience and knowledge with participants, including young scientists from YSN. Other prominent …

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