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Announcement of oral presenters for SCIENCE CASTLE in Malaysia 2019


Leave a Nest Malaysia will be hosting SCIENCE CASTLE for the second time this coming April. We had received 30 strong applications from various schools in Malaysia & Japan this time around. After going through the selection process, we are proud to announce the 11 oral presenters of young researchers in SCIENCE CASTLE in Malaysia.
Let’s take a look at the list of oral presenters and their research topics as below.

No. Name of team School Research topics
1 SPADU TOP 5 SMK Pasir Gudang (2) Leaf Board
2 Bako Young Innovator Group (BYIG) SMK Bako BSMARTWS (Bako SMART Weather Station)
3 SEMESTA H SM Sains Tengku Abdullah MiMP Detector
4 FYBRID Sekolah Tun Fatimah FYBRID
5 KK 1 SMK Kota Kemuning Modification of Cellulose from Coconut Husk for Crude Oil Spill Cleaning
6 We Matter SM St. David Smart Train System
7 SEMESTA C SM Sains Tengku Abdullah Farming Cube
8 SEMESTA E SM Sains Tengku Abdullah Cinnabits
9 Dominators InT SMK Putrajaya Presint 16 (1) Wi-Flo PeC
10 The Alpha SBPI Gombak Local Herbs as Anti-Alcohol Sanitizer
11 AQUADRONE SMK St. Francis/SBPI Jempol AquaDrone – Aquatic Drone for River Cleanup

Congratulations to the selected teams! We will do a mentoring session with those who selected in oral presentation and the teams will be contacted by Leave a Nest soon.

We expect it will be an academically fantastic oral presentation by each group! We wish the team all the best. For those who missed the application, don’t worry! You still can apply for a  POSTER presentation for this round. The deadline for submission is 31st March 2019.

Register as a Poster presentation here
Register as a Visitor here


We are looking forward to meeting talented young researches on 13th April 2019. See you there!

For more info visit or SCIENCE CASTLE website: https://en.s-castle.com/malaysia2019/or email to [email protected]


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