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Space age spine surgery for Filipinos

 Video by UP Media and Public Relations Office Sitting in the UP College of Medicine’s Department of Anatomy, Dr ...
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Using DNA barcodes against the wildlife black market

While recent news of giant clams (Tridacna gigas) being harvested in the disputed Scarborough Shoal drew massive outrage online, it ...
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Tech, plant-based products shown at NIH conference

A vending machine for non-prescription drugs and other over-the-counter products; a device that helps lifeguards detect drowning victims; and a ...
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IUCN red-listing of tawilis reveals advocacy of Philippine scientists

The humble Tawilis is famous for being the only Sardinella fish to live entirely in freshwater, and it can only ...
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Caring for kids with cancer

“You have cancer.” No one ever wants to hear to those words. Imagine when the cancer-stricken patient is young, a ...
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Surviving the ‘Big One’ with Diwata-2’s Amateur Radio Unit

 Last month, the Philippines experienced two strong earthquakes in Luzon and Leyte —each measuring at least 6.0 in magnitude—reviving ...
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