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Aquarium Tuanku Abdul Rahman is now open for public

 
 
12 October 2014 - Aquarium Tuanku Abdul Rahman is now open for public. Please contact our office at 04-626395/6 for more information
 
     
   
 


APPLICATION FOR THE IIASA YOUNG SCIENTISTS SUMMER PROGRAM CLOSES ON 12TH JANUARY 2015 (7:00 AM MALAYSIAN TIME).

 
 
8 December 2014 - The Academy of Sciences Malaysia, a National Member Organisation of International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is now calling all Institutions of Higher Learning (Public & Private) and Research Institutes in Malaysia to nominate outstanding young Malaysian scientists to participate in the 2015 IIASA Young Scientists Summer Program (IIASA-YSSP). The 2015 IIASA-YSSP will be held from 1 June to 31 August 2015, in Laxenburg, Austria.
 
     
   
 


Acetes (udang geragau) trawlers are required to install MAED and AIS

 
 
29 December 2014 -In an effort to conserve fishery resources from extinction, the Department of Fisheries through FRI Kg. Aceh has developed a device install on acetes trawlers. This device is known as Malaysian Acetes Efficiency Device (AED) which will exclude or provide a route out to the fish juvenile trapped in nets.
 
     
   
 


Application of acidifiers, essential oils and modified-atmosphere packaging to enhance the microbial safety and shelf-life of fresh shrimps

 
 
24 June 2015 - Two experiments carried out were 1) The effect of the application methods (immersion or marinating) on the spoilage bacteria, pathogens (Listeria and Salmonella), TMA-N (spoilage indicator) content, melanosis (black pigment formation rate) and sensory scores of shrimp treated with tartaric acid (3%) and ii) The effect of the type of packaging (air or vacuum) on the presence of spoilage bacteria, TMA-N, TVB, pH (spoilage indicator), sensory scores and shelf-life of shrimps treated with tartaric asid. The result shown no significant difference (p>0.05) between the two application methods. The result obtained also demonstrate the use of both tartaric acid (3%) is comparable with sodium metabisulfite, hazardous chemicals used in the shrimp industry in maintaining the quality of shrimp especially on headless shrimp. The shelf-life of whole shrimp treated with tartaric acid (3%) and vacuum packed packaged is 21 days compared to the air packaging (6 days) at refrigerator temperature. The shelf-life of headless shrimp treated tartaric acid (3%) and vacuum packed at refrrgerated temperature is about 60 days compared with air packaged
 
     
   
 


Abnormal Fish - Diagramma pictum

 
 
November 2016 - Identified as Diagramma pictum this speceis is mulform(without caudal fin). This fish sold at Tanjong Sepat Market, Kuala Langat Selangor. Body blue-greyish with dark brown spots in series of longitudinal lines along the body, most distinct on dorsal region (longitudinal black bands in juveniles). Spots also present on dorsal and caudal fin. Pelvic and anal fins black.