Enterprising Research: Improving Measurement of radiation doses in Brachytherapy

Radiation therapy is used in over 50% of cancer treatments. Brachytherapy, a specific type of radiation therapy in which the radiation source is put inside the body, is commonly used for treatment of prostate and cervical cancer. Currently, there is no method to accurately measure the amount of radiation or dose that is absorbed by […]

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Korean smartphone makers to provide free repairs for two years starting in 2020

Korean smartphone makers have decided to extend their warranties for free repairs from one year to two years for their local customers according to reports citing industry sources that’s effective for newly bought phones starting New Year’s Day if a phone cannot be repaired then it’ll be replaced or the customer will get a refund […]

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Parliamentary committee passes revised bill to effectively outlaw ride-hailing service Tada

the National Assembly’s Land infrastructure and transport committee has approved a bill that if passed would effectively put the local ride-hailing service tada out of business tada is officially a van rental service that comes with a driver which is allowed under the current law but the amendment would restrict that to vans that are […]

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Two Koreas, UNC work togehter in repairing typhoon-struck building in Panmunjeom

the two Koreas in the United Nations command have come together to repair a typhoon hit building situated in the inter-korean truce village of Panmunjom an unprecedented move since the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement in 1953 that’s according to the UN Command and Monday which added that the three parties have mainly worked […]

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Bilateral relations repaired during South Korea-China summit

President Moon Jae-in’s visit to China for the bilateral summit ended last weekend. He made his state visit with hopes of overcoming the twist and turns in the bilateral relations,…but were the results all that he had hoped for? For our news features tonight, our Park Hee-jun gives us a wrap-up on the main agendas […]

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737 MAX to resume commercial service in January: Boeing

Boeing says it expects a gret it’s grounded 737 max airliners to return to commercial service in January Boeing 737 max aircraft have been grounded in some 40 countries since March this year following two deadly crashes that killed 346 people Boeing said on Monday that it’s working to get the US Federal Aviation Administration’s […]

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