You have searched for "Science"
Showing 51-60 of 2673
“UNPRECEDENTED” might be judged the most used adjective of 2020, and too often for dire reasons. Yet the end of last year brought one more occasion to use the word, when the leaders of 14 countries put forward a new ocean action agenda underpinned by sustainably managing 100% of national waters.
SHANGHAI: China's Lenovo Group, the world's biggest maker of personal computers, posted record profit and revenue in the third quarter on Wednesday, helped by robust demand from people working from home as COVID-19 restrictions persisted.
Expansion of 6.5%-7.0% being looked at for 2021-2025
SEOUL: A swarm of online traders in South Korea is taking a leaf from the Reddit horde in the United States to quash a government plan to lift a pandemic-imposed ban on short-selling, triggering a rally in the most shorted-stocks such as Celltrion on Monday.
The big boys in the pharmaceutical industry have what it takes to undertake distribution
It aims to sell one million electric vehicles by 2023
GEORGE TOWN:Micron Technology Inc, a US-headquartered provider of memory and storage solutions, is committed to offering employment opportunities to Malaysian workers who have been retrenched amid the Covid-19 pandemic as well as nurturing local talents.
PETALING JAYA: The high-impact Kedah Rubber City (KRC) project in Padang Terap has so far attracted potential investments of more than RM2.1bil with more than 5,000 jobs generated by local rubber industry players.
PRODUCTION bottlenecks as in shortage of containers and labour as well as restriction of movement in the current fight against Covid-19, can affect economic recovery.