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The perfect melody: A closer look at the neurological effects of music

While music is known to be a vivid treat to the ears, neurological studies show that the brain also gets a taste of its benefits—maybe even in life-saving ways.

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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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Imitating the normal: In deep with the intricacies of sarcomas

Lurking within the connective tissues of human anatomy, sarcomas are complex cancers that are difficult to treat and diagnose.

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Solving the country’s flooding problem through low-impact development solutions

As the country continues to urbanize, low impact development solutions may prove crucial in braving the rainy season.

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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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Addressing questions, concerns, and misinformation about monkeypox

The recent monkeypox outbreak raises questions about the virus’ nature—and its potential to start another pandemic.

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DLSU SYNTAX hosts second annual ‘AGSIKAP: Tagisan ng Talino’

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,…

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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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In the PHL, what does the shift to renewable energy look like?

At the bottom of the Sierra Madre mountains sits a community that is sometimes forced to sit through the night without any electricity. The indigenous Dumagat Remontado community in Sitio Rawang, Tanay, Rizal, has yet to be connected to a centralized power grid, thus they use kerosene lamps, candles, or car batteries as a source…

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Enhancing memory retention through assistive reading technologies, fonts

Typefaces serve as tools that helps one with memory retention, information retrieval, and reading speed.