QIU Breaks 60-Award Tally at MTE; Win Five More Accolades

The Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) has proven to be another bountiful hunting ground for our QIU innovators—after we won five more awards from the prestigious competition! 

All five of our participants brought home accolades, including one silver, three bronzes and one merit award.  

This takes our overall MTE tally to a stunning 64 awards—in only three years of competing. It also continues our 100 per cent award-winning record for the fifth consecutive MTE.

We were represented by academics and students from the Faculty of Computing and Engineering (FCE), the Faculty of Integrated Life Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

The latest round of the MTE was slightly different, as participants competed in two concurrent competitions—the 3rd COVID-19 International Innovation Awards (MTE COVID-19 IIA) and the inaugural Advanced Healthcare & Life Sciences International Innovation Awards (MTE AHLS IIA). 

The awards welcomed 107 entries, including research institutes as well as public and private universities from Malaysia, Ukraine, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuwait, US, Iran, Turkey, Thailand, India and Morocco. 

Their submissions covered a diverse spectrum, from prevention to treatment and diagnosis, individual to group tangible outputs and ideas, business concepts to humanitarian efforts. 

Here are our amazing award winners:

We are so proud of our innovators—not only for their accolades but for the nature of their inventions. 

All the submissions have the potential to help people across the globe; created with the goal of making the world a better place. 

This is in line with our university’s commitment to helping society, while also contributing to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Congratulations to all our winners and everyone who made this possible!


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