Most prevalently seen in Panay Island of the Philippines, X-linked parkinsonism dystonia is a disease interestingly found only in Filipino people.
The digital age continues to fascinate the world through artificial intelligence. But with ChatGPT, mixed sentiments are being shared about the potential of this new technology.
In the fight for more sustainable transportation methods, e-jeepneys bring mother nature hope. However, not everyone is sharing the same positive sentiments.
Always need your daily caffeine fix? Last November 28 and 29, DLSU Chemistry Society held ‘Sup Brew, a two-day seminar and bazaar at the Cory Aquino Democratic Space (CADS). With talks from coffee experts, a walk-in bazaar, and coffee brewing demonstrations, the event aimed to showcase the various complexities of coffee to Lasallians. A total…
In the midst of food insecurity in numerous parts of the world, ready-to-use therapeutic food brings hope for malnourished people.
To shed light on the worsening effects of climate change in the country, the Philippine chapter of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Youth Organization organized an Environmental Stewardship Forum last November 5 through Zoom. A total of five guest speakers discussed how the youth could participate in environmental action and stewardship, with a…
By feeding programs with data, AI software can learn how to run their own programs, write their own stories, and now, generate unique images including art and realistic faces.
Typefaces serve as tools that helps one with memory retention, information retrieval, and reading speed.
While working abroad is a common financial goal for Filipinos, for LGBTQ+ Filipinos it may also be a personal one.
While Matthew Go didn’t initially plan for a career in forensic anthropology, the transition from pre-med was not all that difficult.