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July 21st, 2007

Why they came back

Abstract:
Prof Sharifah is now a professor in chemistry at Universiti Malaya (UM) and teaches industrial chemistry, petrochemistry, catalysis and process engineering

She is head of the Nanotechnology and Catalysis Centre, based in UM, and leads a group of 40 scientists. The centre was established in 2002 with a RM52mil funding allocated through the National Biotechnology Directorate.

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