A Career for the Future in Science and Technology will be organized at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 6th November 2016 (Sunday).
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"Lab coats and Petri dishes are the new black. The world's first baby has been born with DNA from three different parents. Elon Musk is talking about colonising Mars, with Boeing CEO announcing his plans to race him to the top. And quietly but surely, Earth has passed a major climate milestone: global levels of carbon dioxide just passed 400ppm; the highest level since humans walked the planet. What can we do the save the world and continue advancing our species? In this panel, find out how a career in science and technology can change the world - for good.
- Dr. Eric Lou, Deputy Director for the Nuclear Technology Management Professional Development Programme, The University of Manchester
- Dr. Matthew Struebig, Senior Lecturer in Biological Conservation, University of Kent
- Raegan Hiles, Head of Programme, Universities UK International
- Ida Semurni, Programme Director, Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT)
Venue: Hall 2, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (Seminar Room 1)
ADMISSION IS FREE.
Pre-register at https://my.edukexhibition.org/en to stand a chance to enter our lucky draw! Prizes include hotel and retail vouchers."