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Malaysian News Websites Reported News on The Soft Launching of Nest-Bio Venture Lab


Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. would like to inform that news on the soft launching of Nest-Bio Venture Lab on 19th January 2019 between Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. and MJIIT-UTM have been published by four local media in Malaysia. 

The objective of the establishment of Nest-Bio Venture Lab is to foster partnership and cooperation between Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. and MJIIT-UTM in supporting the needs of Malaysian researchers and biotechnology startups. Two successful biotechnology startups from Japan, euglena Co., Ltd. and Metabologenomics, Inc. (Metagen) have agreed to participate as premier international partners for Nest-Bio Venture Lab. The signing of agreement between all parties involved including Leave a Nest Japan had taken place during the soft-launching of the lab at UTM, Kuala Lumpur campus. Click on this link for official news release by Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

Bernama, a news agency under the Malaysian government published the news in English and Malay language under the Business and Economy segment.

The news also appeared on the news portal of Sarawak Tribune and Utusan Borneo which are covering the news for East Malaysia region.

Sinar Harian published the news under the Kampus Uols segment (campus news). Nest-Bio Venture Lab main partner, MJIIT-UTM also published the news on their official website.

Thank you to the Malaysian media for highlighting the news on their prestigious website! 

Official news release by Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. is available at this link.

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Ida*rahayu Ayob. Master in Technology and Innovation Management, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. She completed her first degree in Information Technology (majoring in Artificial Intelligence). Prior to joining Leave a Nest Malaysia, she had served a government agency and actively involved in bridging programs between the academia and industry, train-the-trainers, national scholarship and also research encouragement funds in new technology. She's an industry advisor for several universities and regulatory bodies in Malaysia. At Leave a Nest Malaysia, Idarahayu is with the Strategy Development Division. She's on the lookout for new corporate partners and responsible in expanding real-tech seed acceleration program and its ecosystems.


  1. Dear Sir / Madam,

    We are interested in biological products and technology for agriculture, aquaculture and poultry industry. Our operation is based in Malaysia.

    Thank you.

    Vincent Tan


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