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Shocking recovery

A bionic muscle stimulator reverses muscle atrophy, strengthens joints and enhances flexibility in those who have suffered stroke and spinal cord injuries, writes LINDA MARSA.

Engineering her way to success

To be a good engineer, spend the first five years of yours career learning about the job. Do not focus on the salary.

S'pore factory output rebounds

Factory production in Singapore rebounded in December, jumping 6.6% from November and 19% from a year earlier #8211; nearly double the gain expected in financial markets, official data showed yesterday.

Fogging 'not best way to fight dengue'

Fogging is not the most effective way to combat dengue, said a biomedical researcher from University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).

Reconstructing parts for a new life

A former CIA master of disguise is giving the disfigured new beginnings with his expertise in constructing life-like and body parts.

Pharmacy's formula for success

There is a shortage of pharmacists in Malaysia. It's a good career for anyone interested in the medical field.

PSA lay-offs burst bubble

PORT operator PSA Corp's decision to drastically slash jobs in an industry at the core of Singapore's trade-driven economy has underscored the stiff competition confronting the island, economists say.

S'pore just avoids recession

SINGAPORE#8217;S export-driven economy grew a slim 0.4% in the fourth quarter of 2002, led by strong factory output which helped the city-state narrowly avoid recession.

Networking with Australia

AFTER emerging as the country's largest education group early last year, SEG International Bhd set its sights on consolidating its collaborations with various partner universities for a bigger slice of the education market. Gavin Gomez reports.

High-tech goes fast track

By Seah Chiang Nee