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Row over medical project's ethics

MEDICAL authorities are battling to head off a damaging ethical row with a British neurologist, which threatens to cast a shadow over efforts to transform the island into a centre for scientific innovation.


Big potential in biotech ties with Clemson

MALAYSIA is looking at establishing an agro-biotechnology partnership programme with the University of Clemson in Clemson, South Carolina, one of the premier biotech research institutions in the United States.


Pantai in Mid-East healthcare venture

PANTAI Holdings Bhd has made its first tentative steps towards establishing a strategic presence in the Middle East with the conclusion of a deal in Saudi Arabia recently to provide healthcare-related services in the region.




Imparting human values

Here are some happenings which have taken place over at our local campus.


UPM takes a step forward for cancer research

A local university seems poised to take cancer research to a higher level.


Singapore hopes to double manufacturing output

The city-state hopes to double manufacturing output in 15 years as regional competition heats up from lower-cost rivals such as fast-growing China and India.


Doc: Herbal drugs may not be safe

Natural herbal products are not necessarily safe and effective in treating diseases as they have not undergone tests, said a pharmacologist from University of Strathclyde in Britain.


Our students still excelling

Eurofile by CHOI TUCK WO in London.


Singapore bans human cloning

Singapore banned human cloning yesterday and said offenders would face 10 years in jail to prevent 'abhorrent experiments.'