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Thailand's macabre museum

It's a rare museum where visitors are welcomed by the founder's skeleton. But the father of the Bangkok's Forensic Museum donated his body to his life's cause, and his bones now rest in peace at the entrance for medical students and ordinary onlookers to examine.

Financial aid for high-tech hub

BEIJING Vice-Mayor Fan Boyuan said on Saturday that the Zhongguancun high-tech hub - dubbed China's 'Silicon Valley' - is on track to double its 2001 turnover by 2005.

Consult either urologist or gynaecologist

Korea University Anam Hospital Department of Urology head Prof Jeong Gu Lee clarified that women who are incontinent could consult either an urologist or gynaecologist.

Penang site for first human insulin plant

Asia#8217;s first human insulin plant will be set up in Penang. The RM129.2mil plant is scheduled to start production by mid 2005.

Traditional Chinese medicine works for SARS patients

TRADITIONAL Chinese medicine featuring herbs, minerals and other natural ingredients has proven useful in the treatment of SARS patients, especially when coupled with Western therapy.

Need for Malaysian institutions to catch up

The next thing on the agenda of the Malaysian Education Promotion Council (MEPC) is to bring the World Education Market (WEM), or an Asian chapter of it, to Malaysia in the not too distant future.

'SARS virus can survive for hours outside body'

B>WASHINGTON:/BThe SARS virus can survive for hours on common surfaces outside the human body, and up to four days in human waste, according to a I>Washington Post/Iarticle yesterday detailing new scientific findings.

Third country to produce milk beer

MILK beer, a new tonic beverage, has gone into production, making China the third country after the United States and Japan to have acquired the production technology.

Local school with global exposure

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the Dalian Model Art School has carved a niche for itself as a top flight fully residential vocational high school specialising in training models.

Don't be driven by profits, medical sector told

People working in the medical sector should not be driven by profits but should broaden their concern to cover the well-being of the society and the world as a whole, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.