34th PCHRD Anniversary
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BACKGROUND During FY 2004, The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) decided to end the “General Exchange Program” and modified the “Inter-University Exchange Program” to implement it as new program called the “Joint Research [ ... ]Read more..
The Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) and UK Medical Research Council (MRC) aim to develop and strengthen science and innovation partnership between Philippine and UK institutions through the Newton Fund research grants as part of the Official Development Assistance (ODA [ ... ]Read more..
The Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science and Technology (PhilAAST) is inviting participants to attend their upcoming 65th Annual Convention on 22-23 September 2016 in Manila, Philippines. The said Convention will be held in conjunction with the 8th Asian Heads of Resea [ ... ]Read more..
MANDALUYONG, Metro Manila- To discuss basic characteristics and functions of social media for science and technology (S&T), the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through the Science and Technology Information Institute (STII), organized the Social Media Streamlining Seminar on 21-24 J [ ... ]Read more..
Library Health News
Older people exposed to high lighting in the evening, and low light in the morning are more likely to gain weight, and the opposite light exposures may encourage weight loss, Japanese researchers say. [ ... ]Read more..
Smokers, especially female smokers, have a higher risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage - bleeding inside the lining of the brain – compared with nonsmokers, according to a new study. Based on previous s [ ... ]Read more..
For women under age 50, spending two and half hours of leisure time each week being active could cut heart disease risk by 25%, according to a U.S. study. While that's been shown before for middle ag [ ... ]Read more..
Middle-aged men who have more endurance in exercise tests may end up living longer than their peers who struggle with physical activity, a Swedish study suggests. Researchers gave about 650 men an [ ... ]Read more..