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Do you know . . . International Day of Women and Girls in Science falls on Feb 11?

There’s just an enormous amount of interesting tales to tell when it comes to women and science. Here’s something to whet your appetite:


Wanted: high-tech grads to work with Aussie farmers

Parts of Australia's farming industry are rushing to recruit a new generation of tech-savvy graduates as the sector swaps its bucolic past for a future of drones, robots and automated sensors.


'We woke up in 1989' - Romanian graft decree turned back the clock

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - When fire tore through a Bucharest nightclub in 2015, victims were rushed to the city’s Floreasca hospital - but its newly-built, multi-million-euro burns unit was standing idle and could help no one.

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Telekom's chief tech innovation officer Migliarina resigns

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia's chief technology and innovation officer (CTIO) Giorgio Migliarina – who oversaw the transformation of the company's IT and network technology (IT and NT) -- is resigning with effect from Feb 18, 2017.


Keep a digital diary

Can you remember what happened at work last week? Or how you felt three weeks ago on Sunday? You can use your smartphone to keep track.


Make WhatsApp work for you

While you may be using WhatsApp a lot, you may not really be using it to the fullest. We run through some important features which you may have missed, and how it can make the WhatsApp experience smoother and more secure.


Social media a danger to relationships

Leading a digital life can cause a decline in real life communications.


Lam Thye: Pass Child Sexual Crime Bill soon

PETALING JAYA: The recent string of high profile cases of sexual predators is a reminder that the Child Sexual Crime Bill needs to be passed quickly, says Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation senior vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.


Natural rubber needs new R&D strategies

A letter from PROF DATUK DR AHMAD IBRAHIM, Academy of Sciences Malaysia.


Time for a radical business model change for the education system

I GUESS there are a few things all of us can agree on, if anything..., but one is that education is important. It just is. It is how we best equip our children to thrive and to give them the highest chance to live up to their fullest potential.