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99 Ebola virus genome sequenced

IT’s a murderer on a killing spree, and now it has a new—and remarkably complete—genetic mug shot. An international team of scientists has sequenced the ribonucleic acid (RNA) of 99 Ebola virus samples collected during the early weeks of the outbreak in Sierra Leone.

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Casa Eco: From heaps of twigs to invention awards

FURNITURE “greenovator” Pedro Delantar Jr. of Nature’s Legacy Eximport (NLE) is on cloud nine. He recently won over 831 entries in this year’s Tuklas for Outstanding Invention Award, one of six categories in the 2014 National Invention Contest and Exhibits organized by the Department of Science and Technology. He won a cash prize of P150, 000.

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DOST-SEI honors scholar-graduates, ongoing scholars

CITING excellence and overall contribution in nation-building, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) paid tribute to its honor scholar-graduates and ongoing scholars in two different occasions.

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