Enhancing Food Safety with Biodegradable Materials and Natural Oils in Packaging

Growing concerns about plastic waste and the increasing demand for high-quality, preservative-free food have spurred a collaborative effort between researchers from Malaysia and Indonesia. The team sought eco-friendly alternatives in food packaging to combat the environmental threat posed by non-biodegradable plastics. In response to this pressing issue, the research team has introduced a promising solution …

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Research Offers Hope in Slowing Alzheimer’s Progression

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a widespread neurodegenerative disorder known for causing memory loss and cognitive decline. In pursuit of a solution to this challenge, Professor Dr Wong Ling Shing, from INTI International University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, has collaborated with researchers from Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and Malaysia to address the complexities of this …

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Catfish Farming Takes a Green Turn with New Plant-Based Diet

Catfish, a delicious and healthy seafood option, has long been a favourite on dinner plates. Its low-calorie content, high protein value, and essential nutrients like vitamin B12 and omega-3 make it a guilt-free choice for health-conscious consumers, benefiting both body and mind. Beyond its nutritional value, catfish farming is a thriving industry providing vital economic …

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Addressing the Global Diabetes Challenge: Research Uncovers Key to Improved Wound Healing

Dealing with the worldwide diabetes epidemic is no small task, with approximately one in five adults aged 18 and above affected, as revealed by the 2019 National Health and Morbidity Survey. Malaysia, in particular, faces a dire situation, with nine states reporting diabetes rates exceeding the national average. Diabetes is a major obstacle to wound …

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From Trash to Treasure: Orange Peels Offer Hope for a Cleaner Environment

In the world of citrus fruits, oranges represent rejuvenation and liveliness. Besides being juicy, sweet, and nutritious, oranges also have a hidden gem inside their peel, which is often overlooked. A study by Associate Professor Dr Low Wen Pei and her dedicated team from INTI International University’s Faculty of Engineering and Quantity Surveying (FEQS) found …

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INTI International University Takes a Step Towards Literacy Enhancement in Orang Asli Community

A team of seven staff from INTI International University recently carried out the Kg. Tekir User-Service Learning Project on 22 October 2023. They aimed to improve literacy levels and promote a culture of education in the Orang Asli community of Kg. Tekir. The project is targeted at children in the community aged 7 to 12 …

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Swietenia Macrophylla Seeds: The Natural Solution for Flawless Skin

A dedicated team of researchers from Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Pakistan, and China embarked on a quest to uncover skincare breakthroughs hidden in the heart of nature, driven by the universal desire for flawless and radiant skin. Their collaborative study, “The Anti-melanogenic Properties of Swietenia macrophylla King” unveiled a remarkable revelation – the potential of Swietenia …

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Anusia Ramasamy Leading by Example in Education and Sustainability

In a world where dreams often collide with the harsh realities of life, Anusia Ramasamy emerges as a shining example, proving that shattering the glass ceiling is not just a dream but an attainable reality. A distinguished alumna of INTI International College Subang (IICS) with two decades of experience in the oil and gas industry, …

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Exploring BNPL: Risks and Rewards for Generation Z

Generation Z’s (Gen Z) enthusiastic adoption of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) has risen in the digital age. Professor Dr Goh Khang Wen, from INTI International University’s Faculty of Data Science and Information Technology (FDSIT), along with colleagues from Universiti Tun Husein Onn Malaysia and Universitas Riau, Indonesia, have shed light on the risks associated …

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