Melvin (Melvin Mahoney) workedas a solder.

He finished his study at engineering university. June (June Lee Mahoney) also worked. She got a science degree.

They married. From the marriage, the spousesagreed with paying half and half of living Cost. During marriage, Hegot the MBA degree from IVY league. studying MBA for almost 2years, Melvin was not able to pay their living expenses. June support about $24,000during that period. His tuition fee was supported by the company which heworked. after he got the MBA degree, he was employed at very Famous Bank.

His wife,June got the part-time mater degree in microbiology at University and finishedit. In 1979, Melvin decided to divorce and file a suit fordivorce. June also asked divorce. They were separated for 1.5 years. The trialCourt decided the order of divorce and that Melvin should compensate his wife someamount of money which was not explained how the judge calculate. Melvinappealed.

Regional balance of jobs and home1990 Singapore concept plan pursued policy of decentralisation to avoid over-loading the central areaConceptually Singapore island is divided into 4 regions and fifth beig the central areaLong term land policies ensure better balance of jobs to resident ratio so that more industrial jobs are introduced to other employment lacking regionsLand use incompatibility – Relocation strategiesIndustries being generally pollutive, compatibility of adjacent land uses is crucial for deciding location of industriesSpecific planning and environmental policies require polluting industries away from population centresPolluting chemical and petrochemical industries are located on islands away from mainlandTransportation policy-Decentralisation of jobs to reduce commutingStrategic transportation policy is to maximise usage of existing public transportation Proper land use planning to reduce heavy concentration of peak hour traffic to CBDDecentralisation of industries to outlying industrial estatesAims at optimal use of public transport in dual directionsWater catchment policyStringent controls and requirements imposed on all developments inside water to minimise risk of pollutionOnly light industries permitted within water catchmentsPolluting industries encouraged to be relocatedMoving industries to labour sourceConscious planning effort made to locate some clean and light industries within the new towns to tap abundant females or housewives Reduce commuting time and exorbitant transportation costsEnvironmental protection policiesIn macro level planning strategy to segregate pollutive industries from residential and other non compatible usesGroup similar industries to avoid fear of contaminationBuffer zones between residential and industrial use are imposed and usedEnvironment impact studies for certain pollutive industries to ascertain the degree of buffer distancesPlanning for the needs of industriesPlanning for multitude of industries and its specific needsMarket study for customers needsCategorizing as: Waterfront dependent industriesRunway dependent industriesImage conscious industriesHigh technology industries may have a higher demand for services

Today technology isn’t new to us, human life today dependent ontechnology you can find high technology cellphone, laptop, and yet you can buya self-driving car. And yet there is one thing you may not know a technologybeing use in medical field is 3D printer. You may familiar with normal 3Dprinter can printing 3D toy, food, human teethes, or even a small house but the3D printer being use in medical field able to print human organ.

            The researcher made 3Dprinting able to print human organ, they bring hop to the people whose need to transplanttheir organ, average 21 peoples died everyday for waiting for organ to transplant.