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The new pyramid

An article that was recently published in the journal I>Scientific American/Iis turning mainstream dietary beliefs upside down.


Leaders want better trade ties

LEADERS of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) have called for closer trade co-operation among member countries for mutual and rapid economic growth.


Towards a world-class beverage company

F N Coca-Cola (M) Sdn Bhd (FNCC) has in the last three years executed a paradigm shift to put emphasis into its brands, people and asset management.


A pill for the organisationally challenged

Are you the perennialunderachiever?If so,somemedical experts say it #8217;s dueto attention deficithyperactivity disorder,andthere #8217;s a drug looming in thehorizon that could fix it,writes b>Valerie Reitman./b>


Remembering as you sleep

How do we store while we snore?Like dreams,the connection betweenmemory and slumber is open to interpretation,writes b>Judy Foreman./b>


Does size really matter?

Why has there been a push to consolidate the telecommunications industry, not just in Malaysia but also around the world? Are bigger and fewer players necessarily better?


No, we're not being served

Bulbir Singh of Seremban writes in expressing his view on an article published on April 6.


Adding soul to business

Books for a good read.


The makings of a true academic

From AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN of Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak


Simple ideas lead to big inventions

B>P/B>ROFESSOR Dr Ibrahim Abdullah is a man of science who has spent most of his life in the study and teaching of chemistry. He began teaching the subject in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) more than 20 years ago, having graduated from Universiti Malaya in 1973 with a bachelor#8217;s degree in chemistry. In 1977, Ibrahim, who is now 54, received a doctorate from the University of California at Santa Cruz.