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Looking into the human body

Medical imaging has come a long way since the discovery of x-rays in the late 19th century, writes TEE SHIAO EEK.


The molecular imaging approach

At the 2004 Schering AG International Press Forum on Research and Development, Dr Malte Bahner and Prof Matthias Brنutigam, demonstrated that stroke and cancer are two diseases that will benefit from advances in molecular imaging.


Keen interest in research

UNKNOWN to many, biomedical scientists are an integral component of modern healthcare services. In fact, any tests done or samples taken from patients would most likely have been studied by biomedical scientists who then work with doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.


The teacher-technology divide

Many teachers still seem clueless about integrating ICT into their lessons. SIMRIT KAUR reports about Microsoft's initiative to nurture innovative teachers through a groundbreaking conference in Singapore.


Managing in the IT economy

The explosive expansion of computers, databases and networks that has profoundly changed the way companies and governments operate has given rise to a new type of management: Managing an Information Economy.


Anti-graft plan needs press freedom

December will witness Indonesia's drive to eradicate its most serious and deepest social disease: Corruption.


JGC answers Government’s call for ‘build first, sell later’ concept

BUMIPUTRA developer Jejakgaya Corp Sdn Bhd (JGC) has come out with a scheme that is aligned to the Government#039;s vision of #147;build first, sell later#148; concept.


Karim Rashid: obsessed with design

The designer of the new Davidoff Echo Woman bottle, Karim Rashid, is a man of many creative processes. NIGEL THO gets his take on design.


Tajem: Where did I go wrong?

Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) former president Datuk Seri Daniel Tajem wants the Dayak community to say where his leadership had gone wrong.

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Why Thailand needs outside help to end conflict

Thailand needs help, especially from neighbouring Islamic countries and beyond, to manage the conflict in Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala.