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Dr Chantara Thevy Ratnam: Polymer power

Meet the first Malaysian to win the Grand Prix Award at the 34th International Exhibition of Inventions, New Techniques and Products.

Worms, flies and humans – how we are related

Biologists says the genetic machinery of humans, fruit flies and roundworms are similar in surprising ways. This helps research on diseases.

Tickle your ear for heart health

Researchers at the University of Leeds, Britain, say that the ear could be the key to one’s heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health.

And now for some beach therapy

From the texture of the sand to the blue aquatic hue of the waters, experts say the beach offers plenty of restorative benefits to even the most jaded of souls.

Weight loss: Maintenance is better than a quick fix

In a trial of weight loss approaches, the rate at which people dropped excess pounds was not linked to their success in keeping the weight off, says research.

Malaysia’s biotech landscape finally starting to emerge

Does the arrival of global biotech firms mark Malaysia’s official arrival on the international scene?

Overeating: Kids will snack even when not hungry, says study

Even in the absence of hunger, children as young as three won't refuse a calorie-laden snack, according to a new study.

Malaysia’s grand biotech plans

Approaching biotech by building a holistic bioeconomy-based ecosystem.

Dig deeper when seeking weight loss advice online

Anyone searching on the Internet for quality information on weight loss should expect to filter through junk advice first, says study.

Research institutions band together to try and solve the mystery of premature births

Premature birth is the No.1 cause of death for newborns and leading cause of lasting childhood disabilities.