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eDNAnalyzer is the winner for 2nd TECH PLAN DEMO DAY in Malaysia 2016


On June 3, Friday, 2nd TECH PLAN DEMO DAY in Malaysia (formally known as TECH PLAN GRAND PRIX) has been held at Universiti Malaya, UMCIC seminar room 2. 12 finalist teams had a chance to appeal their ideas directly to the top management teams from Japanese privates sectors and top decision makers from Malaysian Technology Transfer Institutions.


Grand Winner: eDNAnalyzer

Mitsui Chemicals Awards: Momordica

Leave a Nest Co., Ltd Awards: Algal Biomass

Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Awards: Nefeli Fruits Vinegar


This year we had overwhelming number of application entry from over 6 universities around Malaysia and also from some start ups. Past 2 months each teams had at least 1 skype meeting with Leave a Nest and partners before selection has been made to final 12 teams.

For list of finalist teams please check this site out.

Out of 12 teams, 1 team received a grand winning award of 200,000 JPY (equivalent to 7,600 MYR) for seed money and travel tickets and accommodation to attend TECH PLAN DEMO DAY in Singapore on 23rd July.

For regional information on TECH PLAN DEMO DAY

Last year’s article about the event.

Look out for next year TECH PLAN DEMO DAY in Malaysia by visiting Leave a Nest Malaysia site or TECH PLANTER site.

For more information about TECH PLANTER & DEMO DAY, or interested in sponsoring next year’s TECH PLANTER, please contact us.

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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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