Dengue illness is a global dilemma that is endemic in the Philippines. According to the World Health Organization, the number of dengue cases has increased eight-fold in the last two decades with up... Read More
What do bone cells, carrageenan, 3D printing, and the International Space Station have in common? Meet Dr. Rommel G. Bacabac, a full professor in USC whose research interests revolve around... Read More
The Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) has renewed the animal welfare registration of the University's Laboratory Animal Facility (LAF-0022) until July 2024. The USC Laboratory Animal Facility... Read More
The University of San Carlos Research Ethics Committee (USC REC) received its Level 2 Certificate of Accreditation from the Philippine Health Research Ethics Board (PHREB) last August 13, 2021. The... Read More
Dr. John A. Peterson, part-time faculty in the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and History, received a USD150,000 grant to conduct pioneering research in Micronesia. The U.S. National... Read More
The Medical Biophysics Group under Rommel G. Bacabac, Ph.D. at the USC Department of Physics is looking for two Science Research Specialists II and one University Research Associate II for research... Read More
Members of USC’s Department of Biology participated in a hybrid meeting with the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) Regional Coral Restoration Network Project on... Read More
An archaeological survey and excavation are set to start on July 12, 2021 in San Remigio and other parts of Northern Cebu. The Northern Cebu Archeological Project is a joint project of the... Read More
Transporting the solar panels to the islands requires boats fitted with outriggers. Here a solar panel is off-loaded at Gilutongan Island. The microgrid power generation system for the off-grid... Read More
The University of San Carlos, including its Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Laboratory Animal Facility, is now accredited by the Philippine Association for Laboratory... Read More
The University of San Carlos seeks to contribute to the science, technology, and management of human, food/health, water, energy and waste resources in Region 7 while keeping ethical, humanist, transformative, and Catholic perspectives.
USC houses research centers, such as the Cebuano Studies Center, Center for Geoinformatics and Environmental Solutions, and Center for Governance, Leadership and Development, among others, that are dedicated to community advancement and development.
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