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Scientists pin hopes on worm eggs to fight diseases

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Scientists in Ireland have discovered that eggs from a parasitic worm may hold the key to treating inflammatory conditions such as lung diseases and the skin complaint psoriasis.

Human egg donors stir medical ethics row

From The Korea Herald

Outstanding Malaysian students

STUDENTS from Malaysia continue to achieve excellent results at Canning College, a government school in Perth, Western Australia.

Battle of words at college

IT WAS word power all the way for students who took part in the recently-held Taylor's College Subang Jaya (TCSJ) Scrabble Championship. Although held during the exam season, the response was encouraging.

U.S. launches cancer gene mapping project

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. government researchers launched on Tuesday a pilot project to find all the little genetic changes that cause cancer and hope it can open a whole new world of targeted cancer therapy.

Once bitten, twice shy

Some students who have gone tertiary education shopping share the wisdom gained with StarEducation.

Roadshow helps students to decide

AN education roadshow targeting students from Chinese schools in Johor saw many school leavers thronging the venue, hoping to find a course to suit their needs.

Singapore's industrial output rises 22.4% on year in November

SINGAPORE: Singapore's industrial output grew at a faster-than-expected pace in November, boosted by a surge in production by the biomedical and transport engineering sectors, and a continued recovery in electronics.

UEM world in expansion mood

The year 2006 will be one of growth and expansion for UEM World Bhd. MD/CEO Datuk Ahmad Pardas Senin saidys the group aims to achieve excellence and benchmark itself against world-class companies to emerge as a strong player in the industries it is involved in.

Singapore prime minister says economy to grow 3-5 percent in 2005

Singapore's economy grew 5.7 percent in 2005, exceeding earlier forecasts, and is expected to grow between 3 percent and 5 percent next year, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said.