· Singapore GE: PSP’s average 40pc score is ‘head start’ for the future, says Tan Cheng Bock →
“If there was a PSP and there was no Tan Cheng Bock, I don’t think those results would be there,” National University of Singapore political scientist Bilveer Singh said.
· China cover-up: China DID conceal coronavirus outbreak as scientist told 'keep silent' →
Dr Yan claims she was also one of the first scientists to study COVID-19.She also claims that at the end of December 2019 she was asked by her supervisor to look into an odd cluster of SARS-like cases in mainland China.
· Elon Musk claims mysterious brain chip will be able to cure depression and addiction: ‘It’s both great and terrifying’ →
Such an eventuality is not entirely far-fetched, according to leading scientists in the field of brain-computer interfaces.
· Once the coronavirus epicenter in the U.S., New York City begins to reopen →
President Trump suggested in April that scientists test whether disinfectants, such as bleach, could be injected into the body to fight the novel coronavirus.
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· An End to Empty Seats on Canada’s Airlines →
But scientists, public health authorities and physicians seem less enthusiastic about a return to jampacked cabins and, for that matter, about moving large numbers of people around the country.
· US welcomes WHO inquiry into coronavirus origins in China →
Scientists believe the killer virus originated from a market in the city of Wuhan selling exotic animals for meat.
· Trump shelves rally, visits hotspot Florida with scant mention of virus →
Trump hit out at the respected scientist, telling Fox News: “Dr Fauci is a nice man, but he’s made a lot of mistakes.”
· Coronavirus: Record rise in daily infections worldwide →
The WHO said two of its experts were going to China to meet fellow scientists to learn about the progress made in understanding the animal “reservoir” for Covid-19 and how the disease jumped between animals and humans.
· US welcomes WHO inquiry into Covid-19 origins in China →
Bremberg said the US expected the Chinese authorities “will offer the team of scientists full access to data, samples and localities, and look forward to its timely report”.
· Singapore GE: Workers’ Party’s performance a ‘pleasant surprise’, but not quantum leap, says Pritam Singh →
Political scientist Walid Jumblatt Abdullah of the Nanyang Technological University agreed, saying that WP’s win in Sengkang could be interpreted as a backlash against PAP.