For people with dealing with gender dysphoria, transitoning—be it social or medical—can be the key to living their authentic self.
Whereas most LGBTQ+ issues have entered the public consciousness, asexual people are still fighting for their place in our largely sexual society.
The DLSU Industrial Management Engineering Society (IMES) celebrated gender identity and self-expression in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in their first-ever online celebration of Pride Month, titled IEdentity: Pride Month, held last June 11. With the theme of “Proud and Professional”, National Institute of Physics Junior Faculty Instructor III Rene Principe…
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…
Unlike their metal counterparts, xenobots are entirely biological—constructed from frog skin stem cells with the help of AI.
In a world saturated with disinformation, deepfakes—far from their use in entertainment—can be harnessed as tools of disruption and havoc.
Near-ubiqitous in the information age, natural language processing serves as the backbone for many technologies we overlook on the daily.
Despite being maligned, insects are vital pollinators, crucial waste recyclers, and the base of food webs that we rely upon.
With the 2022 National and Local Elections closing in, cybersecurity is of paramount importance.
“Trusting your gut” gains new meaning with the knowledge that one’s gut microbiome affects every facet of a person’s health.