The International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Social Sciences, provide a forum for discussion of disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to knowledge creation within and across the various science and social sciences and between social, natural and applied sciences. Each of the sciences of the social is marked by its distinctive disciplinary modes, thinking practices of Anthropology, Behavioural Sciences, Cognitive Science, Cultural Studies, Demography, Economics, Education, Geography, Humanities, Management, Politics, Policy Studies, Psychology, Social Welfare and Sociology.

These are some of the out-of-the-ordinary knowledge processes that might justify use of the word ‘science’, not only in the social sciences but also in the natural, physical, mathematical and applied sciences. Science has an experiential Science has a categorical frame of reference based on higher levels of semantic precision and regularity than everyday discourse. On this foundation, it builds theories which model the world and develop explanatory paradigms. Science develops frames of reasoning and explanation: logic, inference, prediction, hypothesis, induction and deduction. Science is also application-oriented, as it may be pragmatic, designing and implementing practical solutions within larger frames of reference and achieving technical and instrumental outcomes.

The natural and technological sciences are themselves more subject to contestation around axes of human interest than the narrow understanding of science seems to be able to comprehend. Whether it is bioethics, or climate change, or the debates around Darwinism and Intelligent Design, or the semantics of computer systems, questions of politics and ideology are bound closely to the ostensible evidence. A reconstructive view of the social, natural and applied sciences would be holistic, attempting always to avoid the occlusions of narrow methodological approaches.

The humanizing role of knowledge on individuals and societies supplemented by technological innovations leads to expanded employment opportunities, sustainable communities and increased quality of life. As Science and Social Sciences generate and disseminate this knowledge, the future of our societies highly depends on them. Aiming to work towards better visibility, integration and implementation of Science and Social Sciences into research policies, the event would acts as a forum for scholarly exchange of ideas, examination of the common grounds and bridges of Science and Social Sciences with technological, natural and other fields of science. The Conference would brings together researchers, academicians, policy makers, business people, leaders from non-governmental organisations and civil society groups from all around the globe. We hope that the Conference would provide you with thought-provoking discussions, opportunities for partnership and a pleasant stay in Malaysia.


The International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Social Science will bea significant event to create an opportunity to bring together researchers from academia, industry, corporate, scientists, scholars, students, natural activists and environmental organizations and to encourage collaborations through research talks and presentations to put forward many thought provoking strategies sharing the common agenda using classical and other advanced approaches that have been made available for mankind during 21st century.

  • To orient delegates from different countries about the importance and integration of science and social science disciplines.
  • To acquaint them on philosophical and theoretical dimensions of science and social science research.
  • To deliberate on different aspects of formulating research questions and objectives, setting research design to obtain novel results and science and social science disciplines.
  • To create more impact among the delegates through collaborative research between the scholars, teachers, industrialists and entrepreneurs of science and social science disciplines.
  • To discuss about the best practices for researchers to engage with government, public and non-government organizations.
  • To analyse the fundamental role that the science and social sciences play a major rolein society.
  • To deliberate the expanded role for scholars of science and social sciences in tackling societal and cultural problems through academic research.