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Congratulations Recipients of FRGS 01/2022

We are delighted to announce that our researchers have received a total of RM 699,840.00 in Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) for the year 2022.

Hand in hand with our experts, 6 recipients from 5 Schools each with multidisciplinary research have each achieved a substantial amount of funding for this year. This FRGS encourage the generation of theories, concepts and new ideas that can accelerate new discoveries and innovative creations

School of Engineering

Dr. Chua Bee Lin

Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Faculty of Innovation & Technology

Mechanism of Solute-Solvent Interaction and Extraction Kinetics of Carnosic Acid, Carnosol and Rosmarinic Acid Prevailing In Tunable Hydrophobic-Hydrophilic Deep Eutectic Solvent System

Approved Budget: MYR 151,460

School of Biosciences

Dr. Lee Khai Wooi

Senior Lecturer, School of Biosciences, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences

New Vaccination Technology via Skin Absorption: Elucidation of Skin Penetration and Immunogenicity Profiles of an Antigen Model

Approved Budget: MYR 163,520

School of  Medicine

Dr. Wong Yin How

Lecturer, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences

Synergistic Anticancer Properties of a Novel Radioactive Holmium-166 and 5-Fluorouracil Loaded Folate Functionalized Calcium Carbonate Nanoparticles for Targeted Chemo-Radiotherapy of Colorectal Cancer

Approved Budget: MYR 131,500

School of Food Studies and Gastronomy

Ms. Wong Fang Lian

Lecturer, School of Food Studies and Gastronomy, Faculty of Social Sciences and Leisure Management

Investigation of Water-Electrolysis Generated Ozone on Aromatic Ring-Based Pesticide Degradation and Heavy Metals Elimination in Producing High Quality Attributes Local Grown Chilies (Capsicum annuum L.): A New Approach of Postharvest Greener Technology

Approved Budget: MYR 101,500

Taylor’s Business School

Dr. Lin Woon Leong

Senior Lecturer, Taylor's Business School, Faculty of Business and Law

An Integrated Strategic Sustainability - Risk Management Modelling Approach for Product Development of Malaysian Furniture Companies

Approved Budget: MYR 75,660

Taylor’s Business School

Dr. Yong Jing Yi

Senior Lecturer, Taylor's Business School, Faculty of Business and Law

Developing a Conceptual Model of Circular Economy in Small and Medium-Sized Hospitality Businesses in Malaysia for a Sustainable Future

Approved Budget: MYR 76,200

FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH GRANT SCHEME
FRGS
2022
RM 699,840.00