Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Karl Ben L. Arlegui

Karl Ben L. Arlegui

Use mother tongue in poetry, aspiring poets urged

AN AWARD-WINNING writer has urged aspiring poets to write in their regional languages to come up with the best poems. "It is a form of...

Thomasian National Artists recognized for promoting Filipino culture, values through writing

THREE National Artists for Literature from UST were recognized on Sept. 13 for promoting Filipino culture and values through their writing in the 2017...

HIV cases prevalent among the youth

HUMAN Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has yet to reach its statistical figure plateau in the country with majority of the cases belonging to the younger...

“Use initiation stories to lure youth to literature,” veteran writer urges readers

A veteran Thomasian writer said the youth can be lured into the study of literature by initiation stories, or stories about childhood experiences. “All stories are...

‘Misreporting on suicide may cause another suicide case’

MISGUIDED information about suicide may be a trigger for another suicide case. For Renz Argao, a clinical psychologist in the University who specializes in psychological trauma,...

Bokashi, new compost method, urged

REDEFINING the solid waste management in the middle of business and residential outskirts of the country is an emerging trend through the Bokashi composting method, a microbiological composting...

Lawmaker wants mental health awareness in school curriculum

A SENATOR has called for mental health education in schools to raise awareness and end the stigma suffered by people with mental illnesses. In a...

UST set to offer first doctorate program in medical technology in PH

THE UST Graduate School will offer a doctorate program in medical technology next semester, the first doctorate program in medical technology and medical laboratory...

Up-cycling of cooler cooking and carbon planting

EDUCATING partner communities of the Simbahayan with the ‘up-cycling’ of tin cans to gas stoves and organic material waste to fuel and fertilizer is...

UST researcher aims to develop medicine from pandan

Sept. 24 2016, 2:18 p.m. - AFTER receiving a prestigious award for her study on the medicinal use of pandan leaves, the University's vice rector for research and innovation seeks to develop pharmaceutical products out of the plant.

Nonato was given the Gregorio Y. Zara Award for Basic Science Research last Sept. 23 in a joint symposium by the Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science and Technology and the Asian Heads of Research Councils.

Her study focused on the different structures of alkaloids, a common chemical compound used for pharmaceuticals, in the pandan plant.

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