Life at CERN: The Mythbuster Edition

Life at CERN: The Mythbuster Edition

A column by Yi Ling Hwong Deep beneath the plains of the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, in a man-made tunnel stretching over 27 km, lies…

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Exploring an age-old question: Can we demystify skin color?

Exploring an age-old question: Can we demystify skin color?

by Dr. Ang Khai Chung In February 2009, while I was still a graduate student at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), I received a call from…

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New Eyes on the Universe: The Square Kilometre Array

New Eyes on the Universe: The Square Kilometre Array

by Koay Jun Yi The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) has been touted as the most ambitious scientific endeavour in human history. It will be a…

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Patterns and Measurements in Biomedical Engineering

Patterns and Measurements in Biomedical Engineering

Pattern recognition and objective measurement techniques in biomedical engineering are used to solve practical problems in medicine. The following examples (fruit classification and measurement) explain the concepts of pattern recognition and objective measurement techniques.

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Why Consumption of Dietary Antioxidant Supplements May Not Work?

Why Consumption of Dietary Antioxidant Supplements May Not Work?

There have been accumulating evidences that suggest the consumption of large doses of dietary antioxidant supplements does not have significant medicinal effect and could be harmful in some cases.

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