Dr. Asniza Mustapha, born in 1986, studied bioresources, paper and coatings technology (2008) and MSc. in polymer chemistry and resin technology (2011). She obtained her PhD degree from Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, in 2017 and ongoing research in the School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia as a postdoctoral researcher. During her research period (2009 to 2018) she was working in the field of bioresources, being involved in fundamental research as well as in applied research, material science and application development which focused on biomass and lignocellulosic materials. She is currently a research officer in Bamboo, Rattan and Palms Unit, Forest Products Division in Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Selangor, Malaysia (2019 to present). Her research interests include studies on the biocomposite technology, natural fiber reinforced polymer composite technology, nanocellulose, nano-based composites, production and development of value-added products from wood and non-wood materials. She is a member of Malaysia Board of Technologies (MBOT) and Malaysian Bamboo Society (MBS). To date, as a junior researcher, she has generated about 19 scientific articles in Scopus with H-Index of 9 and 1009 citations. She also published 11 chapter in books and 6 general publication including conference proceeding, short article for magazine and technical report.