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Li Liang has worked for nearly a decade on the Muon g-2 experiment involving 200 researchers from seven countries at Fermilab in the USTeams in China are working on the blueprint for a muon collider with sites in Guangdong province among candidates to host the potential project
Many airline executives believe that the pandemic will change how aviation companies do business over the next five years. These include operating with a much leaner workforce and less silo-ed company structure due to airlines being trimmed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nasa successfully flew its tiny helicopter Ingenuity on Mars early Monday, the first powered flight on another planet and a feat a top engineer called "our Wright brothers' moment."
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian air force has hit militants' base northeast of Palmyra in Syria, killing up to 200 militants, Interfax news agency reported on Monday, citing the Defence Ministry.
FED up with having to deal with the recurring problem of illegal dumping at Kampung Sungai Balak, Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) resorted to using reverse psychology by planting trees at a hotspot to deter dumpers.
KUALA LUMPUR: The country needs more homegrown talent to support the rapid development of the railway sector following government approval for seven projects that will add another 1,030km of tracks to the network, says Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong (pic).
HAINAN: The Asian economy is projected to sustain recovery, and its annual growth rate may exceed 6.5% this year, as integration in regional trade strengthens, according to a key report.
KUALA LUMPUR: IJM Land aims to assist entrepreneurs in starting up or expanding their business ventures with the launch of its “Rimbayu Entrepreneur Challenge” campaign.
KUALA LUMPUR: The country needs a high number of homegrown talent to support the rapid development of the railway sector following government approval for seven projects that will add another 1,030km of tracks to the network, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
(Reuters) - Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance, more than a dozen banking and technology sources told Reuters.