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The Outpost Hotel is now an official member of Small Luxury Hotels of The World (SLH).
PARKROYAL on Pickering is continuing to take the lead in fighting climate change through the introduction of various sustainability initiatives in support of Earth Hour 2019.
Economic growth across South-East Asia (SEA) region is expected to moderate to 4.8% this year, from 5.1% in 2018.
Orion will carry humans to space, provide emergency abort capability, sustain astronauts during their missions and provide safe re-entry from deep space return velocities.
Hmlet provides affordable, high-quality, community-centric homes in Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia.
This bizarrely textured terrain may be directly related to the water ice that lies beneath the surface.
With the Motorist App, drivers and car owners will now have a centralised platform that caters to all their driving needs.
YOTELAIR property in Asia has finally arrived in Singapore and will be opening its doors on 12 April 2019.
19-year-old Sim Wen Fei from NUS had been selected as the winner for the first EVOLVE Warrior Scholarship.
Anthill joins a pool of partners supported by Enterprise Singapore's Startup SG Accelerator programme.
The first flight test of the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft, SpaceX Falcon 9 for Demo-1, to take place on March 2.
Georges St-Pierre MMA Seminar at Evolve MMA in his first ever seminar in Singapore.
Rely's service seeks to redefine the e-commerce shopping experience; relate to customers to increase adoption of services
In March 2019, Hmlet will make its Australia debut in Sydney, with the launch of two co-living properties in the inner-city suburbs of Newtown and Marrickville.
The process, however, has been difficult to study in granular detail in the mammalian brain due to its complexity and lack of molecular tools.
Immense numbers of introduced honey bees overwhelm native pollinators for access to pollen and nectar
Ancient Indigenous societies, including Mississippian Mound cultures, were built through social networks, PNAS study suggests.
According to the study published in the journal Microbiome, those mechanisms are more varied than previously thought.
The team used a technique called "proteomics" to determine how thousands of proteins in the cells responded to exposure to the drug lead.
International SOS Foundation announces the launch of 2019 Global Duty of Care Awards.