De La Salle University officially broke ground for two of its flagship projects in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna last July 24. Two research facilities, the Hangar and the Clean Building, will be housed in the University’s 50-hectare Science and Technology Complex. 

 The DLSU Science and Technology Complex aims to be an integral resource for scientific advancements and technological innovations in the country, emphasizing the Lasallian tenets of integrating faith and service through knowledge generation. 

 The Hangar will serve as the new venue for noisy and dirty engineering work for programs such as Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Chemical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Automotive Engineering.
The second structure, the Clean Building, is meant to be a shared space for disciplines that utilize high-precision equipment. The Clean Building will be home to experiments and lab work for courses in Human Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics, Industrial Engineering, and Industrial Ecology. Other programs which require high-level visualization and performance computing will also be housed in the building.

De La Salle University officially broke ground for two of its flagship projects in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna last July 24. Two research facilities, the Hangar and the Clean Building, will be housed in the University’s 50-hectare Science and Technology Complex.

 The DLSU Science and Technology Complex aims to be an integral resource for scientific advancements and technological innovations in the country, emphasizing the Lasallian tenets of integrating faith and service through knowledge generation.

 The Hangar will serve as the new venue for noisy and dirty engineering work for programs such as Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Management, Chemical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Automotive Engineering.

The second structure, the Clean Building, is meant to be a shared space for disciplines that utilize high-precision equipment. The Clean Building will be home to experiments and lab work for courses in Human Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics, Industrial Engineering, and Industrial Ecology. Other programs which require high-level visualization and performance computing will also be housed in the building.

"How can we improve the country’s disaster response?" 
Check out this link to know more: http://youtu.be/CxN41lFqwS0
Find out more as Dr. Clement Ong and his team of DLSU students are perfecting an unmaned aerial vehicle for assessing disaster conditions.
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QUESTIONS is a publication of De La Salle University featuring research projects and creative endeavors by its faculty. It highlights the Lasallian quest for information, action, and transformation as DLSU pursues its vision-mission as a leading learner-centered research university in the Philippines.

"How can we improve the country’s disaster response?"

Check out this link to know more: http://youtu.be/CxN41lFqwS0

Find out more as Dr. Clement Ong and his team of DLSU students are perfecting an unmaned aerial vehicle for assessing disaster conditions.

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QUESTIONS is a publication of De La Salle University featuring research projects and creative endeavors by its faculty. It highlights the Lasallian quest for information, action, and transformation as DLSU pursues its vision-mission as a leading learner-centered research university in the Philippines.

Join DLSU & ABS-CBN Bayan Mo iPatrol Mo’s election forum on February 11, 3:00 -7:00PM at the Multipurpose Room, 5th floor Henry Sy Sr. Hall 
The forum aims to provide a venue for our students to be engaged in discussions related to the upcoming midterm national and local elections of May 13, 2013. The forum will discuss topics that include voter’s responsibilities, voter’s rights, election security, candidate assessment, election issues and the role of the youth. There will also be a demonstration of the PCOS machine.
 

Join DLSU & ABS-CBN Bayan Mo iPatrol Mo’s election forum on February 11, 3:00 -7:00PM at the Multipurpose Room, 5th floor Henry Sy Sr. Hall 

The forum aims to provide a venue for our students to be engaged in discussions related to the upcoming midterm national and local elections of May 13, 2013. The forum will discuss topics that include voter’s responsibilities, voter’s rights, election security, candidate assessment, election issues and the role of the youth. There will also be a demonstration of the PCOS machine.

 

From the Office of the President and Chancellor
Re: Classes on February 8

In order for the Lasallian community to participate in the Mission Statement University Week culminating activities on February 8, there will be no classes in the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Manila, Makati, and Ortigas campuses from 1:30 p.m. onwards. However, students are encouraged to take part in the celebrations.

Academic and non-academic departments and units will continue their normal operations. Office personnel who want to participate in the activities should ask for the permission of their respective department/unit heads.

Thank you.