Young developers and researchers from the University of the Philippines Cebu (UP-Cebu) received a special recognition for their proactive initiative app, “FireCheck” during the 7th PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards held on July 5 at the Fairmont Makati Hotel in Makati City.
To find ways to mitigate the harmful effects of the rising temperatures in urban areas, the government is assessing the development of urban heat islands in rapidly urbanizing and highly urbanized cities in the Philippines using satellites and modeling-simulation techniques. The initiative is being led by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through the […]
A team of researchers and students from the University of the Philippines Cebu has unveiled a software application envisioned to help prevent fire in densely populated and high-risk urban areas in major cities in the Philippines.
Responding to the call to become a more nurturing and healthy university, the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) initiated Enhancing Ginhawa: A workshop on providing psychosocial support to students last 24 April 2019 at the UP Cebu Performing Arts Hall.
WITH water shortage, fire and flooding as top concerns in Metro Cebu, the University of the Philippines (UP) Cebu aims to help make communities and local government units (LGUs) more resilient through its researches. This was underscored by research groups from the state university during the Communicating Science and Technology, Research & Development (CoST-UP) Media Brunch on Friday, April 26.
The Central Visayas Center for Environmental Informatics’ (CENVI) piloted it’s Siloy Count mobile application which is a monitoring system designed to collect information on protected and key biodiversity areas in Cebu.