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UP Diliman

UP mulls nationwide rollout of automated campus facilities

Communities across the Philippines could become more environmentally sustainable, thanks to the University of the Philippines - Diliman College of Science (UPD-CS) spearheading the use of automated environmental monitoring technology and regular environmental testing procedures for possible deployment nationwide.

UP to hold Google-backed poll workshop series for Pinoy journos

The workshop series will offer a breadth of skills for election coverage — from finding ideas on Google Trends, producing data-driven stories, conducting investigations on political ads, to producing your newsroom’s best election coverage on YouTube.

PH’s first nanosatellite Maya-1 flies back to Earth

The nanosatellite was expected to stay in orbit for less than a year only, but it had stayed in orbit for about 2 years and 4 months.

Pinoy-made Diwata-2 microsatellite marks 2nd year in space

In its two-year journey, the Diwata-2 microsatellite has captured 32,256 images, including a wide-field camera image of Typhoon Ambo on May 12, 2020, two days before it made landfall in the country when it was still a tropical storm.

UP Diliman to hold 1st virtual graduation rites

The University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) will confer academic degrees on 3,789 candidates for graduation in the first virtual commencement exercises to be held on Sunday, July 26, at 7 in the morning.

UP engineers seek funding for projects against Covid-19

The UP projects are primarily designed to alleviate the shortage in supplies of equipment particularly for frontliners including doctors, nurses, and other medical health workers.

UP students win energy contest with electricity-producing water purifier

The team of UP Diliman mechanical engineering students Patrick Parone and Hannah Ramos won the ‘Schneider Go Green 2020’ country finals for their project called Kislap, a portable water purifier designed to generate electricity through water evaporation.

UP taps social media to release info, guidelines on Covid-19

With Covid-19 confirmed cases in the country now reaching 35, UP researchers have also secured the green light from the government for the use of novel coronavirus testing kit it developed in February.

PH-made nanosatellites, tech-infused thunderstorm project now underway

High-impact technologies -- from understanding lightning and thunderstorms to the first Filipino-made nanosatellites – are expected to be launched and deployed this year, according to the DOST.

UP opens up map data for affected areas of Taal eruption

Using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology, UP was able to generate maps with resolution of up to 1x1 meter which can be used for planning and reconstruction of areas damaged by the Taal Volcano eruption.
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