“The Mustafa(pbuh) Prize has been one of my most memorable awards”
May 22, 2017
Prof. Jackie Y. Ying, the laureate of the 2015 Mustafa(pbuh) Prize, was one the participants of “Emerging Technologies (EmTech) Asia 2017” conference which was recently held at Singapore on 14th and 15th of February. This year, EmTech Asia brought together global thought leaders, CEOs and CTOs, startups, scientists, R & D heads and investors from various fields of technology. MSTF Media reports: At this conference she as the Executive Director of IBN spoke on “Nanostructured Materials for Energy and Biomedical ...
Sweeping CO2 off the Atmosphere by New Materials
December 22, 2016
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have been known to chemists for almost two decades now. This family of materials are extended networks of metal ions held together by organic linkers. Scientists have discovered new applications for these materials which can make our life greener. MSTF Media reports: Every once in a while, scientists discover new properties associated with the MOFs, created by “stitching” metal ions together using organic components. Recently, Omar Yaghi, a chemist from Jordan, has figured out that these materials ...
Mustafa(pbuh) Prize Brings Scientists Under One Roof
December 21, 2016
The Science and Technology Exchange Program among Muslim Countries (STEP) is underway in the Malaysian city of Putrajaya. The event is co-organized by the Mustafa(pbuh) Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) and Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) and continues until December, 23rd. MSTF Media reports: Around 200 Muslim scientists and researchers from across the world have congregated on the Malaysian prominent University of UPM to attend the STEP forum. Unlike the first and the second days, the third day of the forum ...