Journal articles with the International Publication Award (2019)

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Chemical characterization of bamboo shoots is vital in determining their suitability for various applications and treatments

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Fluttering flags have the potential to improve cooling and mixing of air in thermal and energy systems

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Small flags can serve as turbulence enhancers that improve heat transfer inside a rectangular tube

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This study shows the hydrodynamics of tidal turbines in unsteady flow which is not usually presented because of the complexity of the fluid problem


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Although cities in Metro Manila appear to be physically different on a map, statistically, they are similar to each other

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: D amino acids are important to the structure and activity of Nobilamide B, a peptide that can be used for anti-pain drugs

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: An aptamer has been developed that can create robust point-of-care diagnostic kits for Trichomonas vaginalis

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Using an optimized method to measure the enzyme carbonic anhydrase in organisms results in higher data accuracy and precision


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: How does one monitor synthetic chemical reactions without interrupting the reactions?

ARTS AND HUMANITIES: The “Woman-by-the-Water” image in Philippine literary and cultural traditions is wrought by colonization

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This is a study on the class of admissible perturbations of special expressions involving completely monotonic functions

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: How suitable are protected and unprotected areas in the Philippines for two bumble bee species?

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This paper describes a new species of the genus Odontomachus that is restricted to one island in the Philippines

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The application of fluoride prior to the bleaching procedure does not interfere with the bleaching effect

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Rotavirus vaccine use in the community lowers the total number of diarrhea cases among children

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Racial and geographic differences likely influence lupus

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The Perceived Stress Scale-10 can be used to examine perceived stress among patients with lupus

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Helplessness bridges the relationship between pain and anxiety, depression, and perceived stress among patients with lupus

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Respondents consider the contents of standard informed consent forms to be “moderately important” to “very important”

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation is a viable option to add in the repertoire of methods used for swallow therapy

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This is the first reported case of Chiari 1 malformation in association with Tuberculous Meningitis

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Shuffling of gait is the strongest predictor for diagnosis of x-linked dystonia parkinsonism

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The socioeconomic impact of poorly controlled allergies in Asia is similar to that in the European Union

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A dynamic technique for the efficient measurement of the orbital angular momentum of light has been engineered

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This study calculates the amount of shift of a THz beam incident on graphene with varying incident angle, incident frequency and Fermi level

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Wastes from excessive feeding of milkfish in fish cages change the chemical properties of the sediment

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This work highlights the use of Calophyllum inophyllum seed oil to synthesize conducting carbon nanospheres


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Pollutants in the seven lakes of San Pablo City in Laguna include pesticides from agricultural areas and antibiotics from households

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This paper investigates the dynamics of a system of two delay-coupled oscillators and shows that they display some kind of synchrony

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: There is a scientific basis for the antibacterial potential of indigenous plants used in the Cordillera Administrative Region

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This study provides an in-depth analysis of the morpho-anatomical characteristics of four major Philippine garlic cultivars in Mindoro

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Trichomoniasis, the world’s most prevalent sexually transmitted infection, can be treated with the standard metronidazole

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This new statistical index for monitoring large industrial plants improves the detection of incipient faults that cause degradation or equipment failure

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The established capability to synthesize larger quantities of lt5d in this report helps in its development as an anti-pain drug candidate

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Kapok was used to remove charged contaminants from waste water

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The presence of xenoliths in the eruptive products of Mt. Pinatubo suggests quick storage and exhumation of these rocks to surface

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: If we are shrunk to the sizes of atoms and molecules, is our conception of time preserved?

ARTS AND HUMANITIES: The Rugby World Cup in 2011 provided immigrants to the New Zealand an opening to assert their legitimate place

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This work advances the range of applicability of finite part integration in the calculation of the non-integer order Stieltjes Transform

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This work presents an easy way of synthesizing high surface area nanowire electrodes by utilizing the magnetic properties of cobalt

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: In this study, the antibacterial properties of a defensin from a hard tick was evaluated

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A species of louse new to science was discovered from the wild bird, greater painted-snipe in the Philippines

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Thogoto virus can replicate in H. longicornis and can transmit the virus into non-infected mice

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This study focuses on developing a differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetric method for trace arsenic analysis

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: The Roxas Night Market is one of the nodes in the departures or quests for enabling spaces of vendors

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This research is the only contemporary and comprehensive review of tuberculosis among solid organ transplant recipients

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The aim of this study is to assess the causes of HCC among liver transplant candidates in the US

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This is a review of craniofacial syndromes and their genetic basis

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The Parkinson’s Disease quality of life questionnaire has been translated into Filipino

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The most common risk factor for corneal infections in the Philippines is trauma


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Two Bacillus strains isolated from saline tilapia mucus remarkably reduced shrimp pathogen

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Mature female danggit of 7-14 cm length shows a twentyfold increase in egg production

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A larval parasitoid can be mass reared and released to manage insect pests

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Luyang dilaw is toxic to the cabbage worm when applied directly to the insect or sprayed on leaf

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Microscopic examination shows two algal epiphytes of water hyacinth that are reported for the first time in the Philippines

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Glyphosate is the most commonly applied herbicide in the vast majority of citrus groves in Florida

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Demand for mobile phones continues to increase and waste mobile phones pose threats to the environment and human health

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: Measuring changes in the level of corruption across time is more challenging than measuring corruption

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Advanced oxidation processes are effective in removing emerging contaminants


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The sponge Gelliodes obtusa and its microbes are resilient to eutrophic stress

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The average performance of a horizontal axis wind turbine goes down in unsteady flows

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Electrocoagulation can treat wastewater containing pharmaceutical active compounds

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A low-cost photometer based on microcontroller and a chemiluminescence method for determining pesticide chlorpyrifos were developed

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: There is a high incidence of antibiotic resistance among pregnant women with urinary tract infection

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: Increase in parental stress levels slightly decreases visual immediate memory and learning in children

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The majority of Escherichia coli strains isolated from healthy chickens are resistant to several types of drugs

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: How do researchers and policy-makers in Southeast Asia perceive food and nutrition security issues

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Where do populations of Magnaporthe oryzae in an island come from

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This paper presents the complete genome sequence of a novel nitrogen-fixing bacteria

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Use of antimicrobials in poultry production should be restricted to minimize the risk of antimicrobial resistance transfer

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The pinuchu, a managed forest, in Ifugao is rich in biodiversity

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Leaf architecture, particularly the venation pattern, is a good taxonomic tool in delineating Diplazium species

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Vegetation on Mt. Hilong is diverse, unique and culturally important


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Adding Sargassum spp. detritus to sediment increased growth rates and survival of sandfish juveniles

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This research investigates the structure of Lie algebras associated to a class of matrices called S-unitary matrices

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The use of plants by the local communities in Kabayan, Benguet is entwined with cultural practices

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Unreported dengue cases are due to the low number of individuals seeking treatment and inadequate public health facilities

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A novel analytical method in quantifying biomolecules can produce results in a few minutes

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Deployment of corn varieties resistant to the Asian corn borer is a cheaper, more environment-friendly control method

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Lead content in brown rice from Nueva Ecija, Ilo-ilo and Bukidnon exceeds the allowable limit

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Adsorption of hydrogen weakens the adsorption of cesium on tungsten surface

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Using adhesive with tobacco stalks can make plywood resistant to wood-boring insects

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: Annual rainfall, population growth rate and distance to ports greatly affect village-level poverty

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: A new glutathione s-transferase, an antioxidant, was identified in the tick Haemaphysalis longicornis

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The level of histamine content in dried fish products in retail markets exceeds the safe limit

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Fish silage can serve as a feeding stimulant, growth and immune enhancer in white shrimps

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Using a net cod end with the smallest mesh size increases the catch but only with an increase in current speed

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Modified atmosphere packaging resulted in the highest sprouting percentage of minitubers

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Guava leaf and mangosteen rind extracts can control soft rot in Chinese cabbage

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: Progressive development of urban settlements empowers the poor


ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Philippine Shakespeare resonates only in the forests of global Shakespeare’s archival silences

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Kapok fibers can be used to create paper

ARTS AND HUMANITIES:  The events of the Corona impeachment were classified into the different elements of Social Drama Theory

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Kapok fibers are effective and economical sorbent materials

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Acetylene films delay biofilm formation on surfaces

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Almost all stationary fishing gears in New Washington-Batan estuary had considerable damage from Typhoon Haiyan

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The true giant clam Tridacna gigas is perhaps the most endangered among giant clams with a wide range distribution

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: This paper gives a new method for approximating the Moore–Penrose generalized inverse using metric projections onto level sets

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Indoor spaces were portrayed in 3D using omnidirectional images which are easier to collect and process than common 3D datasets

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Using macrophyte detritus as supplemental food in nursery rearing of juvenile sea cucumber Stichopus cf. horrens is not advisable

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LAW: This study estimates the cost of hospitalization from schistosomiasis and its complications using a cross-sectional mixed methods approach

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: High pH-thriving bacteria from a hyperalkaline spring (pH 11) have the ability to degrade plastic

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Breeding for resistance to bacterial wilt in potato needs to be tested against two genomic species

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Citronella essential oil is a potential alternative to fungicides for the management of chilli anthracnose

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Pyrethrum and opium poppy are also hosts of the parasite Spongospora subterranea

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Neurocysticercosis, which results from ingestion of pork tapeworm eggs, is the most common infectious disease of the central nervous system

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: The burden of hydrocephalus is 20 times higher in low- and middle-income countries than in high-income countries

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: It is important to identify which neurosurgical procedures should be accessible to patients, even at district or provincial hospitals

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Genetic variants are important causes of congenital hearing impairment in the Philippines

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Genetic polymorphisms are possible modifiers of colorectal cancer risk among Filipinos