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.
Inconsistency is plaguing our national school system. An unrelated field may just offer a solution.
The new Coronavirus is wreaking havoc in China and causing widespread global panic, but is the fear justified? Let’s look at the science behind it.
The ban won’t solve the problem of plastic pollution but these 5 measures might just do the trick.
It's only been half-century or so since plastic took off and we've already produced 8.3 billion tonnes worldwide, which is equivalent to the weight of more than 13,468 Petronas Twin Towers.
The government needs to be proactive to protect us from the annual haze that causes illness and millions of ringgit in losses, and it can do so by equipping our firefighters with robots and other technology that’s now available.
Flying cars conjure up images of a fantastical future, and it's something we're accustomed to seeing or reading in sci-fi movies and novels. But do flying cars make sense?
Technology offers the promise of exciting developments in 2020 in Malaysia and elsewhere, including space.
Here's how to bring back glamour - and profit - to an industry shunned by young Malaysians.