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Number of UP Scientists for 2017-2019 is highest in 12 years. Selection criteria included productivity and international recognition

Book by UP researchers shows PH water crisis likely if institutions remain weak. Institutional arrangements in the country are “complex, multilayered and fragmented”

World rankings: UP strongest in humanities, social sciences, agriculture. Rankings in some subjects improved

Can overcharging occur in higher-dimensional black holes? Increased dimensionality reduces the region that allows for overcharging

Citation performance behind UP’s big jump in newest regional rankings. Its citation score climbed to 40 from last year’s 13.5

Why are trees and tree species abundant in tropical forests? Competition within the same species helps maintain diversity

Promoting rice and white corn combination as a staple for Filipinos. A diet based on corn can help prevent further rise in diabetes cases

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CALL: Philippine-California Advanced Research Institutes Project is open for proposals in health innovation, translational medicine, information infrastructure development. Deadline: 31 March 2018

CALL: The application period for the 2018 UP Scientific Productivity System and the UP Arts Productivity System is already open. Deadline: 31 March 2018

CALL: Fulbright Graduate Student Program for AY 2019-2020 now accepting applications. Deadline: 19 March 2018

CALL: CHED-PhilFrance Programme for September 2018 intake. Deadline: 13 April 2018

CALL: Search for nominees to the UP Alumni Association awards for 2018. Deadline: 2 April 2018

CALL: 2018 Turkey Scholarships Program for undergraduate, graduate degrees now open for applications. Deadline: 25 March 2018

CALL: Carnegie Mellon University scholarships for faculty, staff of CHED-recognized HEIs. Deadline: 13 May 2018

CALL: Taiwan presents more opportunities for Filipinos to study in Taiwan through scholarship programs. Deadline: 31 March and 30 April 2018

CALL: CHED is encouraging members of the faculty and staff to apply to the Partial Support for Graduate Studies program

MATERIAL: Download the 2016 Guidebook for R&D Procurement here

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Featured articles with the International Publication Award (February 2018)
SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: Did leopards become extinct in Sumatra because of competition for prey?

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Calcium phosphate salts were recovered as brushite with the help of a novel fluidized-bed homogeneous crystallization process

MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS: Decreasing marginal impatience can be consistent with both negative and positive long-run inflation-growth nexus

MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS: Organizational commitment has a huge impact on the organizational citizenship behavior of employees

ARTS AND HUMANITIES: How is the Philippines represented in the Hollywood giant monster films Pacific Rim and Godzilla?

ARTS AND HUMANITIES: The metrical romance on the life of the folk hero Juan Tamad contains complex opposing viewpoints and dispositions concerning colonialism

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UP has a total of 172 Scopus-listed publications for 2018 as of 17 March. Because Scopus statistics rely on author affiliation, a paper with one author each from UP Diliman and UP Los Baños, for example, will be counted by Scopus as two papers for UP. (Click image to enlarge.)

Scopus publications in high-impact journals (IF of >2.000) for February 2018:

(UP Diliman) P.S. Caddarao et al. (2018) Phosphorous Recovery by Means of Fluidized Bed Homogeneous Crystallization of Calcium Phosphate. Influence of Operational Variables and Electrolytes on Brushite Homogeneous CrystallizationJournal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 83: 124-132
Impact Factor: (2016/2017) 4.217

(UP Diliman) R. Volmer et al. (2017) Did Panthera pardus (Linnaeus, 1758) Become Extinct in Sumatra Because of Competition for Prey? Modeling Interspecific Competition within the Late Pleistocene Carnivore Guild of the Padang Highlands, SumatraPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 487: 175-186
Impact Factor: (2016/2017) 2.578

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