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New Encounter at Universiti Putra Malaysia


Leave a Nest Co, Ltd., CEO, Dr. Yukihiro Maru (far left) and Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. president Dr. Kihoko Tokue (second from left) has visited Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) on 23 June 2015.

UPM is the university where winner (far right) of Tech Plan Grand Prix Malaysia is from. The team C-Heart has won a trip and accommodation to Japan in October 3 2015.

This visit on 23rd June however, was to meet with Prof. Dr. Amin Bin Ismal (second from right), Deputy Dean, Graduate Student's Affairs and Industry and Community Relations, to see the possible collaboration between Leave a Nest Malaysia and UPM. We are looking into the possibility of joining our hands to provide information session for young researchers. This session will propose researchers to consider possibilities of putting forward their research output in the form of business as one way of obtaining financial support.

We would like to join hands with various universities interested in nurturing future generation who will be self-sustainable in any fields of their choice. We no longer build ourselves for existing jobs but to achieve our dream in life to contribute to the society.

If you are interested please contact Leave a Nest Malaysia! We will be back in Malaysia in mid August. Watch out for updates on future events and information sessions.


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徳江 紀穂子/Kihoko Tokue Leave a Nest Singapore Pte. Ltd. Leave a Nest Asia group Education background: PhD in Science (Behavioral Biology), Rikkyo University MSc in Science, University of New England BSc graduated with Magna Cum Laude, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Born in Tokyo, raised in Singapore and Thailand. Educated in the US and Australia. She has working experience in Thailand as a researcher and lecturer at King Mongkut's Technology Thonburi. She joined Leave a Nest in 2011, founded Leave a Nest Malaysia in 2013, and became Leave a Nest Singapore president from 2016. Her dream is to build Leave a Nest Asia as leading global leader hub for bringing "Advancing Science and Technology for Global Happiness"


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