STEM Awards for Malaysian student’s Organic Rankine cycle technology

The Telegraph STEM Awards, sponsored by Rolls Royce is held annually to provide opportunity for undergraduates in the UK to present world-changing ideas to some of the leading companies in the UK. The STEM Awards include awards in Healthcare, Defence Technology, Innovation, Automotive Technology and Electrical. Winners of the awards could win a career-defining work-experience programme as well as a prize money of £25,000. The 2019 winner for the Electrical Challenge is none other than Malaysian student, Yew Jun Ying, who is currently a third-year Mechanical Engineering student in the University of Southampton. His winning idea introduces the use of organic Rankine cycle technology to help cool and manage waste in aircraft. FaveKad congratulates Yew for his achievement and wishes him the very best in all his future endeavours.

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Well done Yew! Every Malaysian should be proud of you. Nicholas Lee
Congratulations Yew. Best wishes for your future inventions. Justin Lee
You’ve made us proud, Yew. Bravo! Yuink Kang
Tahniah Yew. Anda memang layak menerima anugerah ini. Redzwan Latif
Congratulations to Yew! We are so proud of you. Angeline Lim