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Malaysia Open Science Platform: Bridging the gap in research ecosystem
  • Date 25/05/2021 (Tue)

The Academy of Sciences Malaysia and Malaysia Open Science Alliance Working Group on Capacity Building & Awareness will jointly organize a Forum on Malaysia Open Science Platform: Bridging the gap in research ecosystem.

This Webinar aims to showcase the harmonization of different research and data platforms for the advancement of research ecosystem in Malaysia. The Webinar also provides an opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange views about future directions of Open Science in Malaysia.

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