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  • Robotic Ambition

    Md Amran Hossen Md Musa who is currently undergoing his 1-year internship under the Discovery Year Programme at the Faculty of Integrated Technologies (FIT) at UBD, is a third year undergraduate of BSc Computer Science from the Faculty of Science (FOS) with a dream to make Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robots, a reality. In fact, he’s already made headway with....

    Thursday, 24 April 2014

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  • Brunei Trails - Linking Landscapes & Rediscovering Brunei

    Brunei Darussalam’s abundance of forestry reserves along with its historically and culturally unique landscapes may be considered the nation’s greatest treasures. The importance of safeguarding these environmental and cultural resources has been stressed repeatedly by the government and the Bruneian people. The ‘Brunei Trails’ project aims...

    Monday, 21 April 2014

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  • Student Exchange Adventures in UBD

    In August 2013, two students arrived in Brunei as part of the Student Exchange Program from their universities in China. Huang Luyin, also known as Luna, is from Guangzhou and Luo Baiqing, also known as Echo, comes from the central province of Szechuan. Luna, whose major is in Business English, is currently registered under the School of Business and Economics, while....

    Saturday, 19 April 2014

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  • Use of Plants in Postpartum Treatment: Perceptions and Practices Among The Indigenous Peoples in Brunei Darussalam

    People of Southeast Asia are widely known to use plants in postpartum treatment mostly in the form of herbal baths, body massage and consumption of herbal decoctions. Aziah’s study mainly focus on the use of plants as ingredients in the preparation of postpartum treatment and rituals by....

    Thursday, 17 April 2014

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  • Tarap, Artocarpus Odoratissimus as Biosorbent For Removal Of Toxic Dyes

    Artocarpus odoratissimus is a seasonal fruit commonly grown and consumed in South-East Asia and its maximum diversity occurs in Brunei Darussalam. Locally known as “Tarap” and “Marang” in English and like other highly liked sweet fruits such as the jackfruit, Tarap falls in a common family of fruits scientifically known as....

    Tuesday, 15 April 2014

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