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Dyson: Designed with a difference

Dyson continues to create ingenious new products that stand out from the crowd.

Young scientists in the making

“Let science and technology preserve or enhance, but not disrupt the environment,” said N7T, the grand-prize winners of the first School Lab Malaysia national finals held at PJ Live Arts Centre, who walked away with RM5,000.

Couldn’t get no satisfaction

When the joy is gone, and work is just about security and comfort, it may be time to move on. Darren Lim Weng Chee, 35, tells LIM WING HOOI he started his own mobile app company with a partner when it became a drag to go to work.

How a basement with no natural light won the world's best interior design award

Bar and restaurant wins world’s best interior design award, thanks to an attention-grabbing theatrical style of décor.

How a basement with no natural light won the world's best interior design award

Bar and restaurant wins world’s best interior design award, thanks to an attention-grabbing theatrical style of décor.

Curious Cook: The symphony of taste

There is now convincing evidence that we also have a taste sense called kokumi and yet another one for fat. Together with the senses for sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami, they work like a mini CSI lab in our head to analyse the food we eat.

Growing together, pain and all

MINISTER in the Prime Minister’s Department and Pemandu CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala sees no reason to throw one’s hands up in despair over the growing racial-religious strain in the country.

Magic, myths and destinies

The supernatural, a conniving government and adventure reign in this week’s titles for young adults.

Rising design star

An award-winning Chinese industrial designer is raising the design bar in his home country and shaking off China’s bad rep as design copycats.

Nobel for quantum "parlour trick" that could make super computers

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A French and an American scientist won the Nobel Prize on Tuesday for finding ways to measure quantum particles without destroying them, which could make it possible to build a new kind of computer far more powerful than any seen before.