The development of halal-related new science and technology innovations moves along with the rapid growth of the halal industry. New devices, gadgets, methods are being created which will definitely boost the halal industry. INHART is currently championing the university’s role in R&D and training within the halal ecosystem. For over the past 6 years INHART has paved the way to become an outstanding institute in halal-based research and development. INHART focuses on research covering various fields, including smart and quick detection systems for non-halal products, investigations of potential biomarker for non-halal ingredients, halal vaccine, Muslim friendly hospitality and tourism, development of halalan and toyyiban food processing technology, etc.
INHART Research Areas
Halal science is a multidisciplinary field of study that encompasses a wide range of research areas related to the production, preparation, and certification of Halal products. Some of the main areas of Halal science research include but not limited to:
Halal food science: This area of research focuses on the development and production of Halal food products, including the study of ingredients, processing techniques, packaging, and preservation.
Halal meat science: This area of research deals with the production, processing, and packaging of Halal meat and poultry products, including the study of animal welfare, slaughter practices, and meat quality.
Halal cosmetic science: This area of research focuses on the development and production of Halal cosmetics and personal care products, including the study of ingredients, formulation, and labeling.
Halal pharmaceutical science: This area of research deals with the development and production of Halal pharmaceuticals, including the study of drug formulation, packaging, and labeling.
Halal certification and standardization: This area of research focuses on the development and implementation of Halal certification standards and guidelines, as well as the study of Halal labeling and traceability systems.
Halal biotechnology: This area of research deals with the application of biotechnology to the production of Halal food, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals, including the use of genetically modified organisms and bioprocessing techniques.
These are some of the main areas of Halal science research, but there are many other areas of study that contribute to the overall field of Halal science.
INHART Research Grants
INHART has secured more than RM 6 million of research grants to date.
INHART Research Collaboration
INHART has National and International collaboration with many entities including universities, colleges, industry and community. Some of our collaborators are