Brunei (i/bruːˈnaɪ/, broo-NYE), officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace (Malay:Negara Brunei Darussalam, Jawi: نڬارا بروني دارالسلام), is a sovereign state located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Apart from its coastline with the South China Sea, the country is completely surrounded by the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is separated into two parts by the Sarawak district of Limbang. Brunei is the only sovereign state completely on the island of Borneo; the remainder of the island's territory is divided between the nations of Malaysia and Indonesia. Brunei's population was 408,786 in July 2012.
The National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam used to enter a team in Malaysianfootball competitions. The team won the Malaysia Cup in 1999.
The Brunei team was formed in 1921 to participate in the Malaysia Cup. When the Semi-Pro League was introduced in Malaysia in 1989, Brunei also were invited along with Singapore, the other foreign team in Malaysian competition. Historically Brunei were the lower ranked team in Malaysian competition, often finishing at the lower rung of the league table and knocked out in the early stages of Malaysia Cup. However their highest achievement in Malaysian competition was winning the Malaysia Cup in 1999, the first time they had won the competition. Brunei's final season in the Malaysian competition was in 2005 Malaysia Premier League. Starting from 2006 until 2008, the only professional club in Brunei, DPMM FC replaced them as Brunei's representation in Malaysian competitions.
The first study of leaf fossils conducted in the nation of Brunei on the island of Borneo has revealed that the current dominant tree group, the dipterocarps, has dominated the rainforests for at least 4 million years, according to an international research team led by Penn State�in partnership with Universiti Brunei Darussalam.
About 1% of the island's territory is occupied by the state of Brunei Darussalam where Ulu TemburongNational Park is located ... Here Claas Damken, a research participant from Jalan Universiti, Brunei Darussalam, Brunei, collected the Heteroptera, which were later sent to Anna Namyatova, the second author, for identification.
The group was on a research field trip at Kuala Belalong Field StudiesCentre in Brunei with ... Biodiversity DataJournal/CC BY 4.0 ... Caenogastropoda), discovered and described on a field course to Kuala Belalong rainforest, Brunei," was published in Biodiversity Data Journal.
On Sunday, The WallStreetJournal reported a bilateral agreement, signed earlier this year, would give China exclusive rights to parts of the Ream naval base, located near a large airport being built by China on the Gulf of Thailand in neighboring Koh Kong province ... The Journal report cited unnamed U.S.
Mongolia, ranked 187th in the world, edged past Brunei in the first round in June to earn a place in Group F in the second round and eight much-needed competitive games ...JASON WILDE For the StateJournal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal. Had Mongolia lost to Brunei in June then ...
I did political journalism there ... So what prompted you to want to do journalism in the first place? So I went to university in the late ’90s ... The Intercept set itself up, it was mainly known as national security journalism, whistleblowers, leaks ... My journalism is on the record, right? I wrote a piece recently about Brunei ... No, I do tough journalism.
The creatures, which have the scientific name Colobopsis explodens, were found by a team of researchers in the tiny state of Brunei, which inhabits a sliver of land in the north of the biodiverse island.
The creatures, which have the scientific name Colobopsis explodens, were found by a team of researchers in the tiny state of Brunei, which inhabits a sliver of land in the north of the biodiverse island ... or holds off enemies, according to the study published in journal ZooKeys.
According to researchers from Austria, Thailand and Brunei, who recently discovered 15 new species of a group they are calling Colobopsis cylindrica, or "the exploding ants," minor workers in the species can actively rupture their own body walls ... If you read and enjoy our journalism, please consider subscribing today.
... open access scientific journal ... In 2014, Laciny and a group of researchers — comprised of entomologists, botanists, microbiologists and chemists from Austria, Thailand and Brunei — set out to document the exploding ants, according to a summary by the journal’s publisher.
... access scientific journal ... In 2014, Laciny and a group of researchers — composed of entomologists, botanists, microbiologists and chemists from Austria, Thailand and Brunei — set out to document the exploding ants, according to a summary by the journal's publisher.