Welcome to Association of Science Technology and Innovation (ASTI)

The Association of Science Technology and Innovation (ASTI) is an association of educators, scientists, industry representatives and individuals who are committed to advancing the role of the scientific community in inspiring the youth of the nation to join and excel in the world of science. The members aim to revolutionize the teaching, understanding, and awareness of the vital role science, technology and innovation plays in fulfilling the economic, health and environmental requirements of the world’s population. Members are also seeking to mentor and encourage youth to seek new innovative methods and technologies that will enhance the understanding and learning of the sciences.

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Science Fair for Young Children (SFYC)

Science Fair for Young Children (SFYC)

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Young Inventors Challenge (YIC)

Young Inventors Challenge (YIC)

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Creative and Critical Thinking Camp (CCT)

Creative and Critical Thinking Camp (CCT)

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ASTI Leap Challenge (ALC)

ASTI Leap Challenge (ALC)

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Contribution

General Contribution to ASTI (Admin& Management)

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YIC 2017 Grand Finale

Our Projects

Science Fair For Young Children (SFYC)

The Science Fair for Young Children is the greatest endeavor in Malaysia for the right group at the right time. Our children need the total involvement in learning science and experience the scientific skills through science based activities. Therefore science fairs are ideal in accomplishing the objective by giving students an opportunity to learn a scientific topic or concept in greater depth. The Science Fair for Young Children is the only event that can expose Tamil school student’s talents at this age and be prepared for future learning of science…

Young Scientific Explorer (YSE)

Students of science usually tend to limit their thinking to formulas, and to algebra, trigonometry and geometry; often, they do not try to understand the real science behind the happenings around them. Lessons usually are treated as sessions to help solve problems relevant for their exams, as a runner would view a hurdle. Apparently, students are more interested in the final answers than the scientific process involved…

Young Inventors Challenge (YIC)

Science Fair for Young Children (SFYC) is a project designed for primary school students, and about 200,000 participants have taken part in this initiative since 2006, at school, regional and national levels. The ex-SYFC students are in secondary school now and are collectively known as the SFYC Alumni. For the benefit of these Alumni, ASTI organised an inventing competition named the Young Inventors Challenge (YIC) with the Theme “Green Inventions: Ideas on Sustainability”.

Creative and Critical Thinking Camp (CCT)

Young people with the education system today have become spectators rather than participants in their own ‘learning futures’. This is done, for instance by overwhelming them with the subject – facts and figures which they memorize for tests and exams and soon forget after the fact! It should be argued that real education must help create a creative and critical mind by empowering the learner to take charge of his/her education. Subjects and Topics are mere tools to nurture this new independent thinking mind. Thus any subject in science or arts is able to create this ultimate goal if ‘delivered’ properly…