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KOTA TINGGI: Malaysia has the capability to produce its own Covid-19 vaccine by mobilising scientists in the country who have expertise in the field, says Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Two people died after receiving Moderna Inc COVID-19 vaccine shots that were among lots later suspended following the discovery of contaminants, Japan's health ministry said on Saturday.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have discovered the remains of a 7,200-year-old skeleton from a female hunter-gatherer in Indonesia that has a “distinct human lineage” never found anywhere in the world, according to research published this week.
It appears that Instagram is continuing to draw inspiration from TikTok. The Facebook-owned social network intends to put more emphasis on video and photo content in its search tool with plans for a new interface that is not unlike that of the Chinese platform.
SYDNEY (Xinhua): A research team, co-led by Australian archaeologists, has found the 7000-year-old remains of a teenage female in Indonesia, with the DNA throwing new light on how early people may have migrated to Australia.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Scientists here have made an important discovery about the shape and structure of the SARS-CoV-2 virus' genetic material that can help in producing more effective drugs to treat Covid-19.
TAIPEI (Bloomberg): A supply chain crunch that was meant to be temporary now looks like lasting well into next year as the surging delta variant upends factory production in Asia and disrupts shipping, posing more shocks to the world economy.
THE aspect of science, technology and innovation is much needed to address various first-world problems through solutions such as development of genetic engineering, pharmacology and fermentation technology.
Workers in tertiary sector (office and admin jobs) are using the Overemployed.com website to try to combine several jobs. Out of boredom or fear of being fired, they test the limits of their productivity to double or even triple their pay.
(Reuters) - Cerebras Systems, the Silicon Valley startup making the world's largest computer chip, said on Tuesday it can now weave together almost 200 of the chips to drastically reduce the power consumed by artificial-intelligence work.