In a world of constant change and development, politics plays an enormous role that affects all fields, including the physical sciences.
Christmas is universally known as the most wonderful time of the year. But after gifts are unwrapped and lights turned off, nature has to deal with a grueling aftermath.
Infamously known for taking the lives of our beloved furry friends, parvovirus is still a cureless disease affecting both pets and humans.
The La Salle Computer Society (LSCS) held its two-day webinar titled Technology Summit 2022: Reimagining Our World In Tech last September 24 and October 1 via Facebook Live and Zoom. The summit explored present technological advancements through speakers from the fields of computer science and technology. Trusting the process LSCS Project Head Criscela Racelis kicked…
Capturing the passion and crafting with sentiment, contemporary artists weave the stories of the past into artworks of today.
While PFAS make many modern comforts possible, they come at a steep cost for the environment and our health.
On July 30, De La Salle University’s (DLSU) Society of Young Engineers Towards Achieving Excellence (SYNTAX) hosted the final round of AGSIKAP: Tagisan ng Talino—its flagship nationwide math competition. After an elimination round held two days prior, five teams made it to the finals. These were Mixed Nuts from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines,…
Typefaces serve as tools that helps one with memory retention, information retrieval, and reading speed.
With restrictions relaxed and everything seemingly back to normal, many think the end of the pandemic is with sight.
Showcasing various principles and areas in industrial engineering (IE), the Industrial Management Engineering Society (IMES) held its two-day webinar titled Pioneering What’s Next last June 3 and 4 via Facebook Live. Featuring local and international speakers, the webinar tapped into the importance of IE in industries such as financial technology, startups, and urban planning. The…