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A model of the satellite VELOX-II at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
The project team members at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre, which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year.Photo: Ernest Chua.
Prof Low Kay Soon (C) with his team at the command centre at the NTU satellite research centre,which controls the school locally built satellite that were launch last year. Photo: Ernest Chua
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1843821_Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability
Tech in NTU’s 2 satellites clears tests, proves commercial viability

February 4
Benefits of yoga may go bone-deep

Benefits of yoga may go bone-deep

NEW YORK — Yoga enthusiasts link the practice to a long list of health benefits, including greater flexibility and range of motion, stronger muscles, better posture and balance,...

Test may reduce deaths from ovarian cancer

Test may reduce deaths from ovarian cancer

NEW YORK — A new version of a screening test for ovarian cancer may reduce deaths from the disease, but it needs more study to determine whether the benefits hold up,...