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  • Governmental Entity since 1992.
  • http://www.mscmalaysia.my/topic/MSC+Malaysia+Status+Funding
  • http://www.mscmalaysia.my/topic/Capability+&+Capacity+Development

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  • 1. Malaysian Approach to Science, Technology and Innovation Competitiveness for Economic Growth and Wealth Creation
  • 2. Agenda
    • Research Plan and Brief Results
    • 3. Detailed Results.
    • 4. Policy Dimension and Global Competitiveness
    • 5. National Innovation System Dimension and Components Overview
    2
  • 6. Agenda
    • Research Plan and Brief Results
    • 7. Detailed Results.
    • 8. Policy Dimension and Global Competitiveness
    • 9. National Innovation System Dimension and Components Overview
    3
  • 10. Research Scope
    • Study specifically the following organizations:
    • 11. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 12. http://www.mtdc.com.my
    • 13. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 14. http://www.tpm.com.my
    • 15. MIMOS Berhad
    • 16. http://www.mimos.my
    • 17. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 18. http://www.mdec.my
    • 19. + Other related organizations
    4
  • 20. Research Objectives
    • Answering 2 core questions:
    • 21. What is there in terms of Science, technology, and Innovation Support Programs?
    • 22. How we can collaborate?
    5
  • 23. Research Results:1. What is there?
    • A very strong S&T policy and governance system emerging from the National Vision Strategy of 2020.
    • 24. Malaysia is advancing every year on the World Competitiveness scoreboard (23/07-19/08-18/09).
    • 25. Nearly all national innovation system components exist.
    • 26. Excellent supporting programs for entrepreneurship, S&T education, technology commercialization and transfer, Open Innovation, and Research Collaboration.
    6
  • 27. Agenda
    • Research Plan and Brief Results
    • 28. Detailed Results.
    • 29. Policy Dimension and Global Competitiveness
    • 30. National Innovation System Dimension and Components Overview
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  • 31. Development PolicyPhilosophy
    • Development through a system of free enterprises but with active Government support and direction.
    • 32. Government provides the broad thrusts and sets direction for the whole economy, and ensures the achievements of socio-economic goals.
    • 33. Private sector is free to operate and given appropriate policy, institutional and infrastructural support.
    8
  • 34. Development PolicyMilestones
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    • 8th Malaysia Plan 2001-2005
    • 35. 9th Malaysia Plan 2006-2010
  • Development PolicyVision 2020
    10
  • 36. Global Competitiveness Ranking
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    IMD Global Competitiveness Scoreboard 08-09
    (Ranked 23 in 06-07)
    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 08-09
  • 37. Global Competitiveness Ranking
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    Malaysia GCI is 21 same as in 07-08
    Egypt GCI is 81 down from 77 in 07-08
    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 08-09 (Egypt-Malaysia)
  • 38. Global Competitiveness Ranking
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    Egypt GCI is 70… Up 11 Places
    Malaysia GCI is 24 … Down 3 places
    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 09-10 (Egypt-Malaysia)
  • 39. 14
    WEF Competitiveness Factors
  • 40. 15
    IMD Competitiveness Factors
  • 41. WEF Global Competitiveness RankingInnovation Dimension
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    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 08-09 (Egypt-MalaysiaAmong 134 Nations)
  • 42. WEF Global Competitiveness RankingInnovation Dimension
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    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 09-10 (Egypt-MalaysiaAmong 134 Nations)
  • 43. WEF Global Competitiveness RankingInnovation Dimension
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    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 09-10 (Egypt-MalaysiaAmong 134 Nations)
  • 44. Global Competitiveness RankingApproaching Transition Stage to Innovation-Driven Economies
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    WEF Global Competitiveness Report 08-09 (Malaysia-Finland)
  • 45. Agenda
    • Research Plan and Brief Results
    • 46. Detailed Results.
    • 47. Policy Dimension and Global Competitiveness
    • 48. National Innovation System Dimension and Components Overview
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  • 49. National Innovation System (NIS) Components
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  • 50. National Innovation System Main Components
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  • 51. Ministry of Science, Technology and InnovationLinear R&C&D Funding Continuum
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  • 52. All Fund Types
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  • 53. Excercise
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    • Developing our own model of innovation spectrum for technology startups
  • Excercise
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    • Developing our own model of innovation spectrum for technology startups
  • Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 54. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 55. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 56. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 57. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 58. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 59. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 60. SIRIM Berhad
    • 61. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 62. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 63. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 64. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 65. Innovation Exchange
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  • 66. Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 67. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 68. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 69. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 70. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 71. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 72. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 73. SIRIM Berhad
    • 74. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 75. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 76. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 77. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 78. Innovation Exchange
    • 79. Other Initiatives
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  • 80. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • A major VC in high-tech companies (RM1 billion for non-ICT):
    • 81. Established 6 private-equity funds
    • 82. Manages the Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund (USD 150M)
    • 83. Grants Management:
    • 84. Commercialization of Research & Development Fund (CRDF) (4 Schemes)
    • 85. Technology Acquisition Fund (TAF) (2 Schemes)
    • 86. Incubator Program (Under Technology Development Cluster “TPC” program):
    • 87. UPM-MTDC Technology Centre. In ICT, Multimedia and Agri-Bio.
    • 88. UKM-MTDC Technology Centre. In Biotechnology
    • 89. UTM-MTDC Technology Centre. In Advanced Engineering and Life Sciences
    • 90. Value-Added Services:
    • 91. Nurturing and business advisory
    • 92. Capacity building and market research
    • 93. Strategic planning
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  • 94. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation1. A Major High-Tech VC
    • Manages the RM1B non-ICT fund since 2004 due to its VC history.
    • 95. Invested more than RM500 million in both local and foreign high-tech companies.
    • 96. Established 6 private equity funds
    Malaysian Technology Venture One SdnBhd (RM35 million),
    Malaysian Technology Venture Two SdnBhd (RM53 million),
    Malaysian Technology Venture Two (Agriculture) (RM17 million),
    Malaysian Technology Venture Three SdnBhd (RM75 million),
    Sumber Modal SatuBerhad (RM10 million) and
    East Malaysia Growth Corporation SdnBhd (RM12 million).
    • Manages the Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund (USD 150M) since 2006
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  • 97. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation1. A Major High-Tech VC
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  • 98. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation – 2. Managing Grants
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    • 1st introduced in the 7th plan 1996-2000.
    • 99. MTDC coordinates, processes, evaluates and recommends fund applications.
    Commercialization of Research & Development Fund (CRDF)
    Technology Acquisition Fund (TAF)
  • 100. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation – 2. Managing Grants
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    Commercialization of Research & Development Fund (CRDF)
    • 4 Schemes are available:
    CRDF1 (Case-Based Funding): Feasibility Study on public sector R&D results for university/research institution's commercialization office. (for University/RI's commercialization office)
    CRDF2 (RM500k): Commercialization of Public Sector R&D Results via University/Research Institution's Spin-Off Company (For Researcher/Academic Staff)
    CRDF3 (RM500k): Commercialization of Public Sector R&D Results via Start-up Company. (For Start-up Company, excluding subsidiary of an existing company)
    CRDF4 (RM4M): Commercial Production of Any Locally Generated R&D Results by SME. (For All Malaysian incorporated SMEs.)
  • 101. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation – 2. Managing Grants
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    Technology Acquisition Fund (TAF)
    • 2 Schemes are available:
    TAF 1: Provides funding to eligible Malaysian companies to acquire foreign technology for immediate incorporation into company’s manufacturing activity. The acquisition of could be in the form of acquiring know-how/patent /design via the following methods:
    • Licensing of technology
    • 102. Purchase of technology; and
    • 103. Outright purchase of technology
    TAF2:Provides funding to eligible women entrepreneurs to acquire equipment and machinery for immediate incorporation into company’s manufacturing activity. The acquisition of the equipment and machinery must be for the improvement of the current production capacity or process.
  • 104. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation3. Incubator Program
    • The program is designed to strengthen linkages between universities/research institutions and industries.
    • 105. The main objective is to activate and promote the acceleration of the commercialization activities of both the local universities and research institutions.
    • 106. Three Sites:
    • 107. UPM-MTDC Technology Centre .In ICT, Multimedia and Agri-Bio.
    • 108. UKM-MTDC Technology Centre. In Biotechnology
    • 109. UTM-MTDC Technology Centre In Advanced Engineering and Life Sciences
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  • 110. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation3. Incubator Program
    UPM-MTDC Technology Centre (142ksq ft. ). In ICT, Multimedia and Agri-Bio.
    Total of 32 Incubated Companies
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  • 111. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation3. Incubator Program
    UKM-MTDC Technology Centre (6 acres) . In Biotechnology
    Total of 15 Incubated Companies
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  • 112. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation3. Incubator Program
    UTM-MTDC Technology Centre (4.26 acres). In Advanced Engineering and Life Sciences
    Total of 18 Incubated Companies
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  • 113. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation4. Value-Added Services
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  • 114. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation5. Related Programs (1. RAIDAH)
    • RAIDAH: Research and Innovation Database Homepage.
    • 115. The portal serves to provide an integrated technology research tools to search, capture, sort, filter and collaborate over on the Internet for researchers and interested parties with the view towards research commercialization.
    • 116. RAIDAH intends to provide an online collaboration platform for researchers to present their research in a manner which leads to further opportunity to enhance and exploit their findings.
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  • 117. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation5. Related Programs (RAIDAH)
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  • 118. Malaysian Technology Development Corporation5. Related Programs (2. Symbiosis)
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    • The Symbiosis is a Graduates Entrepreneurship Program initiated by MTDC in its effort to promote commercialization of public-funded Research & Development (R&D).
  • Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 119. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 120. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 121. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 122. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 123. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 124. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 125. SIRIM Berhad
    • 126. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 127. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 128. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 129. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 130. Innovation Exchange
    • 131. Other Initiatives
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  • 132. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
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  • 133. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 160 Technology Driven Companies (28 publicly listed).
    • 134. 200 foreign and local companies beneficiaries.
    • 135. ICT, biotech and engineering.
    • 136. RM 6.3 billion turnover.
    • 137. Created employment opportunities to over 9,000 professionals.
    • 138. Increased the nation’s economical GDP by a healthy 1.2%.
    • 139. A unique comprehensive balance of technology, support and R&D capabilities.
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  • 140. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)4 Large Subsidiaries
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    Incubatees in TPM are offered support facilities from TPM subsidiaries and MOSTI-related agencies (e.g: SIRIM and MIMOS)
  • 141. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)1. TPM Engineering, 2004
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  • Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)2. TPM IT
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    • Core Services:
    • 151. ICT Consultancy Services
    • 152. Project Management Consultancy Services
    • 153. ICT Maintenance Contract Services
    • 154. Network Management Services
    • 155. Data Center Services
    • 156. Software Boutique
  • Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)3. TPM Biotech, 2004
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  • 157. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)4. TPM College, 2003
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  • 158. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC)
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    • Advisory and consultancy services in :
    • 159. Facilitating technology transfer,
    • 160. R&D commercialization,
    • 161. Project management,
    • 162. Strategic IP management advice,
    • 163. Market research and opportunity analysis as well as
    • 164. Professional development programs to increase commercial potential of projects.
  • Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC)
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    • CTC is working with the Innovation and Commercialization Division of MOSTI towards the commercialization of products developed through R&D activities sponsored by the Ministry, by way of MOSTI/TPM Products Commercialization Prospecting Sessions. 
    • 165. CTC’s has also been appointed by MOSTI to manage and monitor the: Technofund, Sciencefund and Innofund grants.
    • 166. These grants are for the Biotechnology, Agriculture and Industry Clusters, to encourage development of new products for commercialization.
  • Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)Symbiosis Scientific Publication
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    • A means to publicize Malaysian R&D activities and results.
    • 167. Quarterly issue, divided in 3 parts:
    • 168. Developments in S&T, with emphasis on developments in Malaysia.
    • 169. The business angle – current policies, product commercialization, venture capital, and so on.
    • 170. TPM related news.
  • Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 171. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 172. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 173. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 174. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 175. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 176. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 177. SIRIM Berhad
    • 178. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 179. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 180. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 181. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 182. Innovation Exchange
    • 183. Other Initiatives
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  • 184. Cyberjaya Intelligent City, 1997
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  • 185. Cyberjaya Intelligent City, 1997
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    • RM 2B invested in advanced infrastructure.
    • 186. Wireless interactive broadband services, fiber-optic networks and the latest technologies in IT infrastructure and facilities.
    • 187. 7,000 acres.
    • 188. A home to more than 360 multinational and homegrown companies
  • Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 189. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 190. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 191. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 192. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 193. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 194. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 195. SIRIM Berhad
    • 196. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 197. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 198. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 199. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 200. Innovation Exchange
    • 201. Other Initiatives
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  • 202. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative
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  • 203. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 204. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 205. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 206. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 207. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 208. MSC Malaysia ICT Initiative
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  • 209. MSC Malaysia iCON
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  • 210. 66
    Creative Multimedia Clustor
  • 211. MSC Malaysia Status Funding
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  • 212. Development Programs @
  • 213. Multimedia Development Corporation (MDEC)
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  • 214. Multimedia Development Corporation (MDEC)
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  • 215. Multimedia Development Corporation (MDEC)
    • Shaping a World Leading Environment.
    • 216. Attracting nurturing leading-edge and world-class companies
    • 217. Facilitating knowledge transfers and wealth creation
    • 218. Building a well-mandated, value-based, highly-effective institution
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  • 219. Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 220. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 221. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 222. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 223. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 224. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 225. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 226. SIRIM Berhad
    • 227. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 228. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 229. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 230. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 231. Innovation Exchange
    • 232. Other Initiatives
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  • 233. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
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  • 234. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
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  • 235. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
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  • 236. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation - Policies and Technology Roadmaps
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  • 237. Ministry of Science, Technology and InnovationCore Divisions
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  • 238. Ministry of Science, Technology and InnovationGovernment Owned Companies
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  • 239. Ministry of Science, Technology and InnovationGovernment Research Centers
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  • 240. MIMOS, Applied Research center (MOSTI)
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  • 241. MIMOS, Research Areas (MOSTI)
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  • 242. Technology Transfer at MIMOS
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  • 243. Technology Platforms for Transferat MIMOS
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  • 244. Technology Transfer Process
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  • SIRIM Berhad (MOSTI)
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  • 245. SIRIM Berhad, Services Scope (MOSTI)
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  • 246. Department of Standards Malaysia (MOSTI)
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  • 247. Department of Standards Malaysia (MOSTI)Strategic Thrusts
    • Strategic Thrusts 1:
    • 248. To value-add to the economy and social well-being through timely delivery of sufficient numbers of market relevant Malaysian Standards and to provide global market linkages through stakeholder participation and support for standardization at national, regional and international levels.
    • 249. Strategic Thrusts 2:
    • 250. To enhance global acceptance of Malaysian product and services through credible and internationally recognized accreditation.
    • 251. Strategic Thrusts 3:
    • 252. To position STANDARDS MALAYSIA and Malaysia is a leader/influential contributor in Standardization and Accreditation nationally and internationally respectively.
    • 253. Strategic Thrusts 4:
    • 254. To build up capacity and capability of STANDARDS MALAYSIA and to mobilize Malaysia's pool of technical resources for standardization and accreditation activities.
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  • 255. Malaysian Science and Technology Information Center (MOSTI)
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  • 256. Human Capital Development in Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)
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  • 257. BrainGain Malaysia (MOSTI)
    91
  • 258. InnoXchange (MOSTI)
    92
  • 259. InnoXchange (MOSTI)
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  • 260. InnoXchange Through UnReason (MOSTI)
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  • 261. MyIdeas (MOSTI)
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  • 262. Overview of Some NIS Components in Malaysia
    • Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC)
    • 263. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)
    • 264. Cyberjaya Intelligent City
    • 265. MSC Malaysia National ICT Initiative:
    • 266. Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MDeC)
    • 267. Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MOSTI)
    • 268. MIMOS Berhad Research Institute
    • 269. SIRIM Berhad
    • 270. Malaysian S&T Information Center
    • 271. Department of Standards Malaysia
    • 272. Human Capital Development Program in S&T and Innovation
    • 273. BrainGain Malaysia
    • 274. Innovation Exchange
    • 275. Other Initiatives
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  • 276. Other Initiatives
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  • 277. Other InitiativesMalaysian Entrepreneurship Development Center
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  • 278. Other Initiatives
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  • 279. InnoCert (MOSTI)
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  • 280. InnoCert Components
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  • 281. Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology (MiGHT)
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  • 282. Other InitiativesSME Corp Malaysia
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  • 283. Other InitiativesSME Corp Malaysia (Development Programs)
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  • 284. Thanks …
    Research and Innovation Support Department
    Tarek Salah