The 51st anniversary of the historic Apollo moon landing is fast approaching and we should take this opportunity to generate interest in space science.
Many blame Chinese wet markets for the emergence of Covid-19 but they are unaware that the real culprit lies on the plate right in front of them.
Before we try to eradicate racism, we need to understand its roots and the science behind it.
The murder of George Floyd has brought the ugliness of racism to the forefront. I see many Malaysians rightly condemning it, but while doing so, we should be mindful of racial issues right here on home soil and seek to remedy it.
The alleged suicide of 20-year-old Thivyaanayagi Rajendran due to social media bullying brings to light one of the most pressing problems of our all-pervasive, ever-connected internet age.
Covid-19 has taught us to consider the production of essential goods as a national security issue and localise their production as fully as possible.
Covid-19 could go down in history as the beginning of the Second Cold War, this time with the US and China as the lead players.
What will the world look like 15 years from now following the societal tectonic shifts caused by Covid-19?
Google, Facebook and Twitter are often hailed as platforms for free speech. Are they?
Ailments that come with old age impair the immune system and make it especially vulnerable to Covid-19.
People the world over have given a clear sign to their governments that they will happily barter their freedom for a perception of safety, and this is alarming.
Latest data suggests that Covid-19 may be a lot less fatal than people have been led to believe.
Realising that a lockdown will play havoc with its economy and result in more deaths down the road, the country is using a different strategy in the war against the virus.
Four billion people are under some form of lockdown, and suffering tremendously because of it.
Although most of the world is suffering from the pandemic, the quality of 'antifragility' will carry some industries through the tough times.
Here's why you shouldn't help yourself to some pornography alongside your Netflix binges during the partial lockdown.
If Malaysia is to prevent the dire situation Italy and the US find themselves in, it has to take urgent steps to procure them.
The world will never be the same again. Covid-19 has made sure of it. Here are three key predictions on how the world will look once the global carnage is over.
Only government hospitals are treating Covid-19 patients and they will soon be overwhelmed. We need private hospitals to do their duty
Diseases shape history just as much, if not more, than wars and world leaders.
China has no privacy laws and this means the government can use the enormous amount of personal data to its benefit.
Warning: You may never eat beef again after reading this.
More data is upending the long-held view that milk is incredibly healthy.
China and America are already using artificial intelligence in education, it’s about time we use it too.
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