“Impurities?” one might turn up one’s nose, “who wants them?” But as you might know from everyday life, impurities can be quite important. For example, when we introduce impurities in the form of spice to food, its taste may be greatly enhanced. But add too much spice and the taste can be horrible. So, one has to introduce the right amount of impurities. Control of “impurities” is important for food, but when it comes to electronics and communication engineering, the importance of this control cannot be overstated.
In 2006, Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad released the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Framework as a guideline for companies to extend their accountability to stakeholders alongside those of their shareholders’.
In 1637, French philosopher and mathematician, Rene Descartes in his book Discourse on Method wrote “I think, therefore I am”. Many scientists and mathematicians will embrace this statement. But an artist is likely to proclaim “I feel, therefore I am”. Do you remember a favourite song by Lionel Ritchie? He sang “Oh what a feeling when we’re dancing on the ceiling”. What a beautiful song but what a weird feeling. Do weird feelings matter in science and mathematics?.