FRIM organises a side event during World Forestry Congress

7 May 2022 (Saturday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has organised a special seminar which is a ‘side event’ during the XV World Forestry Congress 2021 which took place in Seoul, Korea, yesterday. The seminar ‘Mangrove Planting Initiatives in ASEAN Countries: Post Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004’ was themed, ‘Turning the tide: reversing deforestation and forest degradation’ and ‘Nature-based solutions for climate-change adaptation and mitigation and biodiversity conservation’. This event was a platform to present efforts to plant mangrove trees and coastal species as well as studies conducted in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand after the tsunami disaster on 26 December 2004. [...]

FRIM organises a side event during World Forestry Congress2022-05-10T15:25:18+08:00

FRIM HTC receives certifications of GMP for food, HACCP

12 April 2022 (Tuesday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) Herbal Technology Centre (HTC) has received the certifications of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for Food and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) recently. These certifications validate HTC’s services in detecting, assessing and controlling sources of contamination that are significant to food safety while ensuring the products are safe for consumption. FRIM received the GMP Certificate for Food (MS 1480: 2019) and HACCP MS 1480: 2019 from KIWA International Certification (M) on 3 September 2021, as well as TQCSI HACCP Code: 2022, on 16 September 2021 for the new HTC’s extraction facility, [...]

FRIM HTC receives certifications of GMP for food, HACCP2022-04-20T11:42:53+08:00

FRIM won 1 gold, 1 silver at MTE

5 April 2022 (Tuesday) – Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has received the Gold Award Winner of International Innovation Awards (IIA) category for Nature Inspired Germ Buster and Silver Award Winner of Public Service Innovation Award (PSIA) category for Herbal Industry Value Chain System (Herba Xpress) at the Malaysia Technology Expo 2022 (MTE 2022). The MTE was held on March 21-25 virtually and the results of the competition were announced on 25 March. The Nature Inspired Germ Buster innovation team led by Dr Mastura Mohtar included Mohd Ramdan Parman, Wan Sabariah Shuib, Dr Saiful Azmi Johari, Mazurah Mohd Isa and Hannan [...]

FRIM won 1 gold, 1 silver at MTE2022-04-20T11:40:21+08:00

FRIM plants trees, celebrates International Day of Forest

21 March 2022 (Monday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has conducted tree-planting activities at several locations at its campus in Kepong in conjunction with the International Day of Forests (IDF), this morning. FRIM Director General (DG) Dr Ismail Parlan, Deputy DG (Operations) Dr Noor Azlin Yahya, division directors and representatives have planted 51 trees at Field 30. The number of trees for planting was decided in accordance with the 51st year anniversary of the declaration of 21 March as the World Forestry Day by FAO in 1971. It was then changed to IDF in 2013 through a UN’s official declaration [...]

FRIM plants trees, celebrates International Day of Forest2022-04-20T11:41:47+08:00

FRIM soil scientist receives Outstanding Woman Researcher Award

9 March 2022 (Wednesday) – Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) soil scientist Dr Jeyanny Vijayanathan has received the Outstanding Woman Researcher Award conferred by the Venus International Foundation for the Soil Fertility category under the discipline of Agricultural Sciences on 5 March 2022 in India. Jeyanny delivering her keynote presentation. Jeyanny also one of the four guest speakers invited to deliver keynote presentations at the Venus International Women Awards (VIWA) ceremony which was held in Chennai. Her presentation entitled, ‘The Journey of Unearthing Tropical Forests Soils for Sustainability’, was about her achievements and challenges as a woman soil [...]

FRIM soil scientist receives Outstanding Woman Researcher Award2022-03-09T17:27:39+08:00

FRIM evaluates research projects

28 February 2022 (Monday) – Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has organised ‘Project Evaluation and Monitoring (PEM) Seminar 2020-2021’ on 22-23 February to evaluate and monitor research projects as well as provide researchers with the opportunity to share their findings with fellow colleagues. The seminar themed, ‘FRIM R&D: Addressing Future Challenges’, was organised by FRIM Research Planning Division and launched  by FRIM Director General Dr Ismail Parlan. A total of 19 oral presentations, 18 montages and 34 posters were delivered during the seminar. Winners of the best presentations were as follows: Best Poster Presentation 2020 – Insecticidal Activity of Nanoencapsulated Rotenone [...]

FRIM evaluates research projects2022-04-20T11:49:47+08:00

FRIM DG launches the Occupational Safety and Health Policy

17 January 2022 (Monday) - The Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) Director General (DG), Dr Ismail Parlan launched the Institute’s Occupational Safety and Health Policy at the first FRIM Monthly Assembly this morning. This policy aims to ensure that safety and health aspects be implemented effectively and efficiently to create a safe and healthy work environment. The policy launch was also attended by Occupational Safety and Health Committee (JKKP) Chairman Dr Zaihan Jalaludin and JKKP member Puad Elham. Also present, Deputy DG (Operations) Dr Noor Azlin Yahya, Deputy DG (Research) Dr Norwati Muhammad, division directors and representatives. In his speech, the [...]

FRIM DG launches the Occupational Safety and Health Policy2022-03-02T09:10:36+08:00

FRIM increases Forest Skywalk tickets starting 2022

31 December 2021 (Friday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) will increase the number of tickets for the Forest Skywalk from 20 to 40 per slot starting 1 January 2022. Poster of FRIM’s facilities open to public. The operating hours of Kepong Botanic Gardens (KBG) on Monday-Thursday will also be extended as follows: Monday-Thursday: 7.30 am-7.00pm (last entry. 6.30 pm) Weekends and public holidays: 7.00 am-7.00pm (last entry. 6.30 pm) Maximum capacity: 400 people KBG and Forest Skywalk are closed every Friday. For your information, the following facilities in the main campus and KBG have been opened for [...]

FRIM increases Forest Skywalk tickets starting 20222022-01-11T08:58:04+08:00

FRIM receives UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation

17 November 2021 (Wednesday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has been chosen to receive the 2021 UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation alongside with Universidad para la Cooperacion Internacional (UCI), Costa Rica. From left: Oman Education Minister Dr Madiha Ahmed Nasser al Ahaibaniya, UNESCO Deputy DG Xing Qu and Ismail during the award presentation ceremony. Ismail delivering his speech at the ceremony. This prestigious award is conferred to recognise outstanding contributions by individuals, groups of individuals, institutes or organisations in the management or preservation of the environment, consistent with the policies, aims and objectives of [...]

FRIM receives UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation2022-01-11T09:00:08+08:00

FRIM receives another Malaysia Book of Records recognition

1 November 2021 (Monday) - Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) has received another Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) recognition, this time for the ‘Largest Ex-situ Collection of Isolated Actinobacteria’ today. From left: Lili Sahira, Jwan Heah, Ismail and Getha during the certificate presentation. The MBR certificate received. MBR Marketing Director Jwan Heah presented the certificate, dated 20 April 2021, to FRIM Director General Dr Ismail Parlan at the MBR Headquarter in Kuala Lumpur this morning. Also present, Natural Products Division, Bioactivity Programme, Biomolecular Research Laboratory (MPB) Head Dr Getha A/P R. Krishnasamy, Research Officer Lili Sahira Husin, [...]

FRIM receives another Malaysia Book of Records recognition2022-01-11T09:02:02+08:00
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