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Para po! Exploring E-jeepneys and the Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program

In the fight for more sustainable transportation methods, e-jeepneys bring mother nature hope. However, not everyone is sharing the same positive sentiments.

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Keeping parvovirus on the leash with early detection and vaccinations

Infamously known for taking the lives of our beloved furry friends, parvovirus is still a cureless disease affecting both pets and humans.

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Charging the way toward reduced tailpipe emissions with EVs, HEVs

HEVs are the alternative created with the aim of striking a balance between electric and internal combustion engine vehicles.

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Breaking down long-term effects, dangers caused by forever chemicals

While PFAS make many modern comforts possible, they come at a steep cost for the environment and our health.

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Nexus: In search of the midpoint between the arts and sciences

This discourse that implies that choosing STEM is like abandoning the arts is the real rot.

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Deconstructing gender dysphoria and gender-affirming therapies

For people dealing with gender dysphoria, transitioning—be it social or medical—can be the key to living their authentic self.

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Strength in numbers: Building immunity with gut microbiome diversity

“Trusting your gut” gains new meaning with the knowledge that one’s gut microbiome affects every facet of a person’s health.

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Viva! Examining Traslación safety with Jed Diamante

In mass gatherings, the sheer number of people that show up poses a risk of injury, especially in the case of moving crowds.

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Building resilience and saving communities through adaptive infrastructure

By 2050, the IPCC observes that global sea levels will increase by 15 to 25 centimeters—putting millions of individuals at risk.

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Bridging the science of fear and cinema in elements of horror

Although we may presume that we could better live off without it, fear is more of a friend than a foe.