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World 15 Jul 2005 | 12:00 AM

Scientists decode three deadly parasite genomes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three parasites that sicken or kill millions of people in the developing world every year have been genetically sequenced and are giving up clues that could be used to fight them, scientists said on Thursday.

World 15 Jul 2005 | 12:00 AM

Scientists decode three deadly parasite genomes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three parasites that sicken or kill millions of people in the developing world every year have been genetically sequenced and are giving up clues that could be used to fight them, scientists said on Thursday.

Education 10 Jul 2005 | 12:00 AM

Taylor-made for success

OUR GRADUATES hit the ground running!' says Ooi Chee Kok, deputy president of Taylor's Education Bhd and chief operating officer of Taylor's Business School, when speaking about how Taylor's College students are prepared for the professional working world.

Education 05 Jun 2005 | 12:00 AM

Where students work and play

One of the first tasks KDU College has to do is to get the students used to independent work as quickly as possible.

Education 01 May 2005 | 12:00 AM

Riding the biotech wave

Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology (Limkokwing) and the University of East London (UEL) are collaborating to actively develop joint educational and business initiatives in biotech and the health sciences.

Education 24 Apr 2005 | 12:00 AM

First scholar

To be the first in anything is usually an achievement, but when it comes with a title like the inaugural University of Melbourne Prime Minister of Malaysia Scholar, it can be quite daunting.

Nation 20 Apr 2005 | 12:00 AM

USM team produces cheaper nanotubes

Universiti Sains Malaysia's (USM) gold medal-winning invention of producing carbon nanotubes from natural gas can bring down the price of plasma TV sets if commercialised.

Education 17 Apr 2005 | 12:00 AM

Where you are a person, not a number

At Australian Institute for University Studies (AIUS), students are not treated like an enrolment number but a person who deserves attention and commitment, as many of its undergraduates would attest.

AseanPlus News 13 Apr 2005 | 12:00 AM

Move to curb bioattacks

ANYONE using a biological agent as a potential weapon faces life behind bars and a S$1mil (RM2.3mil) fine under proposed new Singaporean laws.

Nation 12 Apr 2005 | 12:00 AM

Teen no ordinary high achiever

He is just 17, but despite his youth, Timothy Lim Seng Yen has achieved a lot more than many older people.