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Education

Students as agents of change

UNIVERSITY students will go down to the ground to help provide ideas on resolving various issues affecting society.

Education

Active voices offer hope

Educationists, advocates and student leaders passionately present their views on how to improve the system and stop the cycle of passive thinking in schools and universities.

World

Remains of satellite may never be found, NASA says

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A six-tonne NASA science satellite crashed to Earth on Saturday, leaving a mystery about where a tonne of space debris may have landed.

Education

For the love of orchids

IT IS not an understatement to say that Prof Maziah Mahmood loves orchids. She collects rare species, regularly attends orchid fairs and exhibitions and - after 10 years of research on the plants - has made a career out of learning more about them.

World

Remains of satellite may never be found, NASA says

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A six-tonne NASA science satellite crashed to Earth on Saturday, leaving a mystery about where a tonne of space debris may have landed.

World

Mouse virus link to chronic fatigue crumbling

CHICAGO (Reuters): Scientists have retracted part of a 2009 study from the journal Science linking chronic fatigue syndrome with a mouse virus as evidence continues to mount against the virus as a cause of the mysterious disease.

World

Six-ton NASA science satellite falls to Earth (updated)

CAPE CANAVERAL (Reuters): A six-ton NASA science satellite plunged to earth early on Saturday, but where any debris ended up was not immediately clear.

Community

She’s out to unravel nature’s law on dwarfism

GEORGE TOWN: 'Why am I different?' is a question many have asked themselves.

World

Obama links education reform to economic recovery

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Young people in the United States are falling behind their overseas peers in reading, math and science, President Barack Obama said on Saturday, calling education reform an essential part of economic recovery.

Community

Journalist dedicates convocation joy to his late grandfather

WHEN Hafiz Marzukhi received his graduation scroll from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), he couldn't help thinking of his grandfather who didn't live long enough to see the important day.