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Invited Speakers

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Plenary Speaker

Value from the Wild: Unravelling the Mystery and Myth of Hemp

Mr. Charles B. Kovess
(Australian Industrial Hemp Alliance)


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“Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Value of Hemp”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kylie O’Brien
Director of Education
Director Integrative Chinese Medicine
(National Institute of Integrative Medicine, Australia)


Phil Warner, Ecofibre

“Production and Commercialization of Hemp: Downstream Applications

Mr. Phil Warner
Managing Director
(EcoLife Science, Australia)


“Man and Indigenous Plant”

Prof. Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Abdul Latiff Mohamad
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia



“Indigenous Plants of Sarawak: Utilisation and Potential”

Mdm. Runi Sylvester Pungga
Forestry Department of Sarawak



“Utilisation of Indigenous Aquatic Plant”

Prof. Dr. Japar Sidik Bin Bujang
Universiti Putra Malaysia



“Ethnobotanical Studies in Sarawak”

Dr. Qammil Muzammil Abdullah
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak



“Genetic Improvement of Indigenous Tropical Fruits “

Prof. Dr. Abd. Rahman Milan
Universiti Malaysia Sabah Sandakan Campus



“The Future of Indigenous and Underutilised Crops“

Prof. Syed Azam-Ali
Crop for Future (CFF), University Nottingham Malaysia



“Bambangan (Mangifera pajang) an Underutilised Fruit of Borneo: Recent Development as Functional Food and Medicine”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Fadzelly Abu Bakar
Universiti Tun Hussein Malaysia



“Characteristics, Nutrients and Health Benefits of Dabai (Canarium odontophyllum)”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azrina Azlan
Universiti Putra Malaysia



“Product Development of Sarawak's Indigenous Crops”

Dr. Chua Hun Pin
Malaysian Agriculture Research Institute, Kuching



“The Quality of Fermented Indigenous Fruit (Bambangan)”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chye Fook Yee
Universiti Malaysia Sabah



“Indigenous Crops as Functional Food: A Prebiotic Candidate”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shahrul Razid Sarbini
Universiti Putra Malaysia Sarawak Bintulu Campus



“Food Security and Its Implications to Developing Economies”

Prof. Datuk Dr. Mad Nasir Samsudin
Universiti Putra Malaysia


“Conserving Agrobiodiversity: The Need for Recognizing Traditional Institutions and Mechanisms”

Assistant Prof. Dr. Merlin Francis Franco
Universiti Brunei Darussalam



“Postharvest Technology of Indigenous Fruits”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phebe Ding
Universiti Putra Malaysia Sarawak Bintulu Campus



“Orchids, the Malaysian Gems: Not Just a Specialty Crop Anymore!”

Prof. Dr. Rusea Go
Universiti Putra Malaysia



“The Role of MARDI in Commercialization of Potential Indigenous Crops”

Dr. Mohd. Shukri Mad Ali
Malaysian Agriculture Research Institute, Serdang Selangor



“Commercialization of Useful Plant from Local Communities in Sarawak: The Litsara® Project “

Mr. Tu Chu Lee
Sarawak Biodiversity Centre



“The Achievement, Challenges and Opportunities in Promoting Indigenous Plants of Sarawak”

Dr. Maclin Anak Dayod
Department of Agriculture Sarawak



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“The Pilot Plant Facility at Curtin Malaysia: A State Resource in the Commercialization of Indigenous Crops”

Prof. Dr. Clem Kuek
Curtin University Sarawak




Latest Update : Mon, 08 Oct 2018 (lanz)