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The graph above shows the percentage pf product/technology based on organization type. The rank order is as below :


Rank Organisation Type Number of TECHMart
1 Public Higher Learning Institution 197
2 Government Research Institute (GRI) 127
3 Government Linked Companies (GLC) / Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) 79
4 Government Agencies (GA) 58
5 Business Enterprise (BE) 13
6 Non-Government Organization (NGO) 0
7 Private Higher Learning Institution 0

Malaysian Human Resources in STI (MyHRSTI)

Maklumat yang terkandung dalam Pangkalan Data Malaysian Human Resources in STI (MyHRSTI) sentiasa dikemas kini bagi memastikan MASTIC sentiasa menyediakan maklumat S&T yang boleh dipercayai, terkini dan komprehensif. Sepanjang tahun 2017, MASTIC telah berjaya mengemas kini data modal insan S&T di peringkat Kementerian. Kini, MASTIC sedang giat mengemas kini data MyHRSTI di peringkat kebangsaan secara berfasa.

Sehingga Jun 2018, sejumlah 19,146 rekod penyelidik dan 6,382 rekod pakar telah didaftarkan dalam MyHRSTI.

Pengguna boleh mencapai maklumat yang terkandung dalam pangkalan data MyHRSTI secara PERCUMA menerusi sistem ( Carian maklumat modal insan S&T dalam sistem boleh dilakukan dengan langkah berikut : Home> Search KRSTE > Advanced Search> Search Type> Select ‘Person’.

The STI Facility and Equipment Inventory Survey 2012/2013 was carried out as a continuous exercise to obtain updated and comprehensive data on the STI facilities and equipment available in Malaysia. This was important as the number of STI facilities and equipment has been steadily increasing over the years attributed to the growing number of research and development (R&D) institutions such as universities, centres of excellence and high-tech industries.

STI facility is defined as the place where research and scientific activities carried out such as a laboratory, the monitoring center and place of testing. STI equipment is equipment used to support STI activities, including research, testing, and monitoring that has cost more than RM200,000.00 for each instrument.

Hence, the data is important for policymakers and researchers in identifying the availability of STI facilities and equipment in the country. This will also promote efficient management of resources by encouraging sharing of STI equipment at various facilities in different organisations nationwide. In addition, it will also assist government agencies and other organisations in determining the need for acquisition of new science and technology assets in the future.


Based on Graph, there were 2,776 data on S&T organisations that has been registered in the database consisting of 68 non-governmental organisations, 118 government research institutes, 454 institutions of higher learning and 2,136 private companies.

Graph show number of local product/technology has been registered based on Field of Research (FOR) category on MRDCS. Data showed category in Information, Computer and Techbology (ICT) is the highest number of product/tecnology registered that is 123 follow by Biotechnology (71) and Medical and Health Science (49). For more information about TECHMart, please visit portal.


The figure show the number of products / technologies according 9 fields of research based on sixth edition Malaysian Research and Development Classification (MRDCS). The bar chart shows that the fields of Enginearing and Technology are the main areas of product / technology  that have the potential to be commercialized while fields of Economics, Bussiness and Management product / technology least to be commercialized.


The figure shows the breakdown in percentage of distribution of STI facilities and equipment available in Malaysia by respective geographical zones. The findings show that the distribution of equipment almost proportionate to the distribution of the facilities available in particular geographical area. The majority of facilities were located in the Central and Southern zones at a share of 40.5% and 23.2% of total facilities respectively. The Central region also housed the majority of the scientific equipment at 50.9% followed by those located in Sabah and Sarawak at 17.4% of the total number of equipment.


Based on the Graph 1 above, the Database of Organisation S&T can be classified based on R&D activities where there is  50.6% equivalent to 1,404 number of organisations that have been registered in this database undertake R&D activities.


The figure display the proportion of scientific equipment by different type of analysis which was found that the equipment utilised for chemical analysis constituted 39.8% of the total number of equipment, followed by those utilised for physical and biological analyses respectively. Only 3.0% of the total number of equipment was registered as needed for S&T work involving mathematical analysis.


The figure shows the distribution of various scientific equipment in Malaysia recorded according to different type of organisation. The results indicate that the highest number of equipment amongst the respondents belong to institutions of higher learning (50.5%) followed by hospitals (22.8%).