Covid-19 has demonstrated the value of international collaborative research in science. The UK has played a significant role in the international effort to make the unprecedented scientific advances required to control the global viral pandemic. 

Inspiring young people to engage, innovate and communicate in science and scientific research is a core part of our education work in Malaysia. 

Our science partnerships enable students, teachers and researchers to be seen at the leading edge of technological progress in East Asia.

Our ability to bring the leading policymakers, institutions, researchers and scientific communities from the UK and Malaysia together means we create extraordinary collaborations and scientific impact, generating life-changing opportunities far into the future.


Going Global Partnerships East Asia in science and technology

The combination of our extensive networks in the science and technology communities in East Asia and the UK and our experience in programme delivery, means we create partnerships that can stretch the boundaries of experiment and discovery 

The Newton-Ungku Omar Fund (NUOF)

Science and innovation partnership with the UK that empowers emerging knowledge economies to make world- leading advances in international collaborative research

FameLab Malaysia

Our role in delivering one of the biggest science communication competitions on the planet has enabled young people in Malaysia to share their passion for science with the world