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University of Malaya (UM) represented by Faculty of Science and CCT Synergy Sdn Bhd have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as the kick-start of collaborations between UM and CCT Synergy Sdn Bhd in working together towards continuous improvement of the Antrodia cinnamomea fungal culture, research and development as well as product development in a ceremony held today at UM Art Gallery.

For the signing, UM was represented by Professor Dr. Misni Misran, Deputy Dean (Research) from Faculty of Science, while CCT Synergy Sdn Bhd was represented by Dato’ Tan Too Hou, Managing Director of CCT Synergy Sdn Bhd.

CCT Synergy is an expert in Antrodia culture and R&D and since its inception in China in 2015, CCT Biotech has been extending its expertise on Antrodia culture to cultivators, helping them multiply and share their wealth and success in the fastest way possible. CCT Synergy firmly adheres to the “Health Oriented Scientific Discovery” concept. Today, CCT Synergy comprises of experts in various fields especially in biotechnology, research and Antrodia cinnamomea fungal-related medicines. 

Mushroom Research Centre, UM is a coming together of researchers from the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Medicine in 2005 to spearhead quality research, knowledge dissemination, human resource training, product and process development in consonance with the nation’s needs for a vibrant mushroom industry and to exploit Malaysia’s mushroom biodiversity for food, feed, fuel and chemicals. With the expertise from the Mushroom Research Centre, this official signing of the MoU marks another milestone in the development of UM as a research university.




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