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oyster powder
Oysters you can sprinkle
You love oysters, but you hate all that brushing, washing, ...
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Team Philippines in the 11th IESO
An Earth Science Olympian and his road to France
When he was younger, UP Integrated School (UPIS) 12th grader ...
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Photo from the Facebook page of DepEd-PRIME (Philippines' Response to Indigenous Peoples' and Muslim Education), accompanying a short article about "The Story of Pamana Ka as Told by a Mangyan".
Math + culture for indigenous peoples
How do we take Mathematics out of classrooms and into ...
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Alumni database
New alumni website up and running
Calling all UP alumni! Reconnect with the University through the ...
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IN MEMORIAM: November 2017
Our In Memoriam page carries details of faculty, staff and ...
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Unilab Foundation Ideas Positive Run 8
Unilab Foundation’s Ideas Positive 8 is now open to accepting ...
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Dr. Pablito Magdalita
Plant science for the people
He dreamed of becoming a doctor and now he is ...
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At the side of the main entrance of UP Baguio, in a kiosk underneath one of the many pine trees that mark UP’s northernmost campus, is an institution perhaps as beloved among the members of the UP community as the Oblation itself: a peanut vendor famously known as Nanay Mani.
The warmth and wisdom of Nanay Mani
At the side of the main entrance of UP Baguio, ...
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Lem conducting "photo ID" studies in southern Tañon Strait, identifying individual dolphins through scars, shape, and unusual pigments in dorsal fins. Photo courtesy of the UPD-IESM Marine Mammal Research and Stranding Laboratory
Swimming with the Dugongs
Marine mammals—such as whales, dolphins, dugongs—are descended from ancestors that ...
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