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New baby step in tumour scanning

Researchers have come up with a new method of taking images of cancer tumours. The breakthrough can lead to better diagnosis and tracking of the progress of follow-up treatments, especially for patients who, for various reasons, cannot have an operation.


Communicating the multi-faceted aspects of feng shui

In recent years, feng shui has been represented in a simplistic way. Feng shui consultant Boon Yap, who runs a feng shui consultancy business and is director of Feng Shui for Enriching Lives, believes the multi-faceted aspects of feng shui need to be better communicated as it is a complex discipline.


Edge in commerce

The University of Adelaide (UoA) in Australia recently signed an agreement with INTI College (INTI) to offer a 2+1 commerce programme.


Lessons from the tsunami

One of the major challenges faced by nations badly hit by the recent tsunami is the redevelopment of their health sector.TEE SHIAO EEK takes a look at the post tsunami rehabilation.


News in brief

News briefs on Mexter Technology, Unified Communications Holdings and Pantai Holdings.


UM researcher wins inaugural award

Universiti Malaya (UM) immunologist Wong Sook San, who wants to develop a dengue vaccine, has been named the inaugural University of Melbourne Prime Minister of Malaysia Scholar.


Research options

Dr Shirley Ann Jackson shines not only because of her charismatic personality but also because of her macro view on research - she sees interdisciplinary research as the platform for innovation that will ensure national security for nations.


Singapore GDP growth slows

Singapore's economy shrank at an annualised rate of 5.8% in the first quarter, a contraction about seven times bigger than markets expected and the weakest performance since the SARS health scare of 2003.


Teen no ordinary high achiever

He is just 17, but despite his youth, Timothy Lim Seng Yen has achieved a lot more than many older people.


Move to curb bioattacks

ANYONE using a biological agent as a potential weapon faces life behind bars and a S$1mil (RM2.3mil) fine under proposed new Singaporean laws.