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On the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, the largest biotech cluster outside the United States, the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre (JCBC) stands six storeys high; a modern structure of glass and concrete.
Five up-and-coming Japanese start-ups have been selected for expansion in Malaysia through the successful partnership between Sunway iLabs and the Japanese External Trade Organisation (JETRO). With two of the five start-ups setting up their offices at Sunway FutureX houses in Sunway City Kuala Lumpur, Sunway hopes to create similar synergies with foreign and local talents to grow the innovation ecosystem in Malaysia.
Sunway University is collaborating with PEMANDU Associates and Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Malaysia on the Global COVID-19 Index (GCI) The GCI is the world’s first holistic and comprehensive index on COVID-19, consolidating data on the pandemic from verified sources of 184 countries into a comprehensive index to which governments, businesses, and communities can reference
Sunway, Celcom and Huawei Malaysia join hands to explore Malaysia’s first tripartite collaboration towards advancing smart township solution. The partnership will see the development in the areas of public safety and security, telehealth, e-learning, hospitality, leisure and retail experience with 5G connectivity. Sunway City Kuala Lumpur will be the “launch pad” of this ground-breaking partnership.
A joint research effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic between Sunway-backed institutions, as well as the establishment of the Jeffrey Cheah Distinguished Professors both exemplify Sunway’s ongoing efforts to raise the bar and push the boundaries of intellectual excellence. Sunway University has been a shining beacon of academic eminence within the region. It is located at the heart of Sunway City Kuala Lumpur, a living lab equipped with a thriving ecosystem where ideas are developed and turned into sustainable solutions.
Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre is at the forefront of the UK’s research on coronavirus (COVID-19)
The World Economic Forum believes that the ASEAN digital economy will contribute an estimated US$1 trillion to the regional GDP over the next 10 years. We speak to Matt van Leeuwen, chief innovation officer of Sunway Group and Director of the non-profit start-up incubator and accelerator, Sunway iLabs, on the future of digital talents in the country.
The big data and analytical software market in Malaysia is expected to reach RM595 million by 2021, according to a recent study by the International Data Corporation.
To fulfil its belief that everyone can do well by doing good, one corporation sets out to give back to the community through corporate social responsibility (CSR). Sunway Group has been pouring its heart and energy into three pillars – education, healthcare and community enrichment.
Turning 13 this year, the Sunway Job Training Programme continues to train students with learning disorder, allowing them to discover their potential as well as gaining working experience.