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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is expecting more than RM200mil from the Federal Government to manage natural disasters, says Datuk Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan.
One day very soon, a struggling swimmer caught in a riptide off Baldwin County’s beaches could look up to see a drone dropping a lifesaving float.
The science of avoiding detection has progressed rapidly, including a new proposal to coat a satellite in composite materials to absorb radar wavesA researcher with the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics says the use of stealth technology in space requires new laws and regulation
Logistics giant Geodis SA says it plans to begin using remote-operated forklifts in its warehouses. The Paris-based company announced early Wednesday that it has formed a partnership with Silicon Valley startup Phantom Auto to supply tele-operations.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - They used to be spotted in the directors' box, notepad and pen in hand and with a face familiar to supporters in the stands.
Volatile organic compounds emited by certain products may be accumulating in your house without you being aware of them.
Not much upside to ASP but supply-demand imbalance stays
SINGAPORE: Stocks of corn held by Chinese feed makers and other commercial grain users have jumped to multi-year highs in some areas, indicating that heavy corn users remain concerned about crop shortages even in the wake of the recent harvest.