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Scholars give back

Recipients of the Kuok Foundation’s financial assistance show their gratitude to society.


The RoboCop of today

Brazilian director Jose Padilha makes a RoboCop of our time.


Ways to learn for kids

In addition to formal education, a child can learn and pick up skills through many other ways.


Socialise and exercise to live longer

Study shows that being lonely can increase an older person’s chances of premature death.


Robotic termites build without a boss

US scientists showed off tiny robots last Thursday that can tackle tasks much like real-life termites, working collectively to build structures without following orders from a boss.


Atlas of human genetic history

SCIENTISTS have mapped the effects of war, colonisation, trade, migration and slavery on the genetic mixing of humans over the bulk of recorded history and created an online interactive atlas of humanity’s genetic history.


Soule's law

Charles Soule talks about his work.


Mother's milk made to order for boys or girls

Mothers may say they don’t care whether they have a son or a daughter, but their breast milk says otherwise.


Take a breather

Stress has many side effects and many forms, but other than the adrenaline to lift small cars off baby carriages, the consequences are generally not good. On the other hand, meditation also has many side effects, namely reducing stress.


HIIT (High-intensity interval training) is a hit!

The American College of Sports Medicine has named high-intensity interval training (HIIT) as the top fitness global trend for 2014.