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Scientists decode three deadly parasite genomes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three parasites that sicken or kill millions of people in the developing world every year have been genetically sequenced and are giving up clues that could be used to fight them, scientists said on Thursday.

Scientists decode three deadly parasite genomes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three parasites that sicken or kill millions of people in the developing world every year have been genetically sequenced and are giving up clues that could be used to fight them, scientists said on Thursday.

Students turn investigators

TWO BODIES lay motionless while #147;police officers#148; and #147;forensic experts#148; combed the crime scene in search of any evidence left by the criminals during the gruesome bank robbery.

Singapore's industrial output grows 11.1 percent on year in June

Singapore's industrial production grew 11.1 percent on year in June, led by double-digit growth in the biomedical sector.

New ‘heart’ can only last a year

It may still be a few weeks before he gets to eat his favourite I>nasi ayam/I>, but Muhammad Fikri Nor Azmi is waiting eagerly the day.

The Royal Malaysian Police Forensics Laboratory

Factoids on the Royal Malaysian Police Forensics Laboratory and a peek into the forensic science job market.

Make a date with experts

Choosing the right course is a prerequisite to selecting the right career and securing a bright future. In order to help students do this, Taylor's College Subang Jaya will be organising University Placement Day at its campus on Aug 13, from 10am to 4pm.

Singapore GDP grows 5.2% in 2nd quarter

The republic's economy grew 5.2% in the second quarter this year, from 2.7% in the first, mainly due to an expansion in biomedical output and robust performance in key services sectors such as wholesale and retail trade, and financial services.

Banking on a hub called Biopolis

Singapore believes it has seen the future, and its name is the Biopolis.

Singapore carves niche in stem cell research

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - South Korea stole headlines after creating the world's first cloned dog, but the tiny city-state of Singapore is quietly preparing to take the fruits of its stem cell research straight to the market.