Friday, May 26, 2017

Sci-Tech

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...

Go beyond hashtags, embrace ‘zero-waste’ lifestyle, youth urged

AN INDONESIAN environmentalist has urged young people to go beyond social media in campaigning against environmental destruction. “We are millennials who talk so much on...

Thomasians top intercollegiate pre-med quiz bee

STUDENTS from the Faculty of Pharmacy bagged the championship title in the 4th San Beda College of Medicine Pre-Med Quiz Bee last Jan. 27...

Plant named after UST rector

A FLOWERING plant has been named after Rector Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. Grecebio Alejandro, director of the Office for Graduate Research, and his team discovered...

Focus on poverty reduction, not drugs—lawmaker

SEN. GRACE Poe took a swipe at the government for prioritizing an anti-drug campaign instead of addressing the issue of malnutrition. “Puwede extrajudicial feeding na...

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...

Mental Health Bill: Promoting awareness and ending cultural stigma

THE PHILIPPINES is the only Southeast Asian country without a mental health law, to think that one out of five Filipinos have mental health disorders. According to the 2014 Global report on...

EdTech Center partners with Google to expand eLearning opportunities

THE EDUCATIONAL Technology Center (EdTech) collaborated with Internet giant Google, setting up applications to expand the existing digital learning initiatives of the University through its eLearning Access Program. The University was one of...

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