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The largest proportion of the R&D labour force are researchers, followed by support staff and technicians. After almost doubling its share (28.5 to 55.4) between 2008 and 2010, the R&D personnel and researchers per 10,000 labour force has steadily increased to 74 in 2016 but drop to 59 in 2018. 

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Data coverage: PCT, 2006-2017

Date of Data Extraction: 17th July 2018

Note: Growth rate (%) = [(Present value- Past value)/Past value] x 100

The application for PCTs showed an increasing trend from 2006-2010, with the largest percentage of increase, of 188%, between 2007 to 2008.

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More than half of all respondents (53%) in the 2014 survey said that scientific research was more beneficial than harmful, about 33% said it was equally beneficial as well as harmful, 4% thought that scientific research did more harm than good, while 10% were not sure.

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Source: National Survey of Innovation 2012

Note: Mean Indicators: 0 = not relevant 3 = highly important

The figure shows the effects of product and/or process innovation introduced during 2009-2011. On the whole, the companies felt that to improve quality of goods and services was the most important effect in this aspect. Specifically among the manufacturing companies, improved quality of goods and services with mean=2.21, increased range of products with mean=2.10, to increase value added with mean=2.07 were the three most important effects of innovation and were generally rated as highly important. Consequently in the service sector, improved quality of goods and services with mean=1.73, improved the flexibility of production or service provision with mean=1.55 and, increased capacity for production or service provision with mean=1.52 were rated the most important impacts of innovation.

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Data coverage: MyIPO, 2001-2017

Date of Data Extraction: 17th July 2018

Note: Growth rate (%): [(Present value- Past value)/Past value] x 100

From 2001-2017, a total of 103,713 patent applications have been filed at MyIPO.

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Television was the most popular media in Malaysia, and 89% of respondents also used it as the source of information for learning STI.

The next most popular media for information related to STI was print newspapers (63%), followed by internet (53%), radio (43%), books (39%) and print magazines (24%).

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Source: National Survey of Innovation 2012

Note: Mean Indicators: 0 = not relevant 3 = highly important

The figures shows that the most important of marketing and organisational innovation in manufacturing sector are to improve quality of goods/services (mean=2.12), followed by reduced time to respond to customer or supplier needs (mean=1.92); reduced costs per unit of output or services (mean=1.90) and improved employee satisfaction and/or reduced rates of employee turnover (mean=1.76). Similarly, in the services sector, improved quality of goods or services was rated as the most significant effect with mean 1.78. This is followed by reduced time to respond to customer or supplier needs with mean 1.71, improved employee's satisfaction and/or reduced rates of employee turnover (mean =1.66) and reduced costs per unit of output or service (mean = 1.42).

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Zoo (31%) and museums (23%) were the two most popular STI related places (Figure 5).

About 13% of respondents had made at least one visit in last 12 months to aquariums, 10% of respondents had visited PETROSAINS, 7% had visited the National Science Centre, and 7% had visited planetariums.

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Data Coverage: PCT, 2006-2017

Date of Data Extraction: 17th July 2018

Note: Citation per patent = [Total number of citation/Total number of articles]

From 2006 to 2010, there was a steady increase in the number of PCT patents filed, with 2010 having the highest number of applications, at 327. The same steady growth is seen in forward citations from 2006 to 2009. From 2010, however, there is a steady decrease in the number of forward citations received, and correspondingly, in the forward citations per patent.