A. A. Ghani, Muhammad Faizal and Siraj, Saedah and Mohd Radzi, Norfariza and Elham, Faisol (2011) School effectiveness and improvement practices in excellent schools in Malaysia and Brunei. In: 3rd World Conference on Educational Sciences, 03-07 February 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. Ab Karim, Mohd Sayuti and Aly Diaa Mohammed Sarhan, Ahmed and Hamdi Abd Shukor, Mohd (2011) Experimental
It attempts to identify policy, social, infrastructure, and technology issues that must be addressed to meet future energy need of ADB members in Asia and the Pacific. The first edition of the Energy Outlook for Asia and the Pacific, which provided an energy supply and demand outlook for the region up to 2030, was published by ADB in 2009.
Abdull Rahim, Mohammad Suhainy (2009) Service quality, customer satisfaction and loyalty towards JKR Malaysia. Masters thesis, University of Malaya. Abdullah, Fathiah (2009) Cytotoxic and wild type P53-Promoting activities of selected Zingiberaceae species in colon cancer cell lines. Masters thesis, University of Malaya. Abu Bakar, Noor Widasuria (2009) A visualization tool for requirements
Items where Journal is "Sains Malaysiana" and Year is 2017. and I. Ahmad, and M. Sarah Diyana, (2017) Biodiversity of macroalgae in Blue Lagoon, the Straits of Malacca, Malaysia and some aspects of changes in (2017) Use of ammonium-enriched skim latex serum to compost rubber biomass wastes and its effect on planting Brassica alboglabra
The PM 2.5 affected by biomass burning is characterized by negative Δ 199 Hg values, and samples without any effect of biomass burning exhibit near zero or slightly positive Δ 199 Hg values, indicating a negative odd-MIF signature in mercury emitted from biomass burning (Huang et al., 2016a).
The report, prepared for the coal and biomass giant by NERA Economic consulting and Imperial College London, finds that by allowing more mature renewable technologies to compete directly for price support contracts with emerging technologies the levelized cost of clean power would be reduced.
Malacca became an important trading port whereby merchants from around the world stopover to exchange various products. The Portuguese ruled Malacca for 130 years (1511–1641) and for the next century and a half (1641–1824), the Dutch endeavoured to maintain an economic monopoly along the coasts of Malaya.