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UP Sablay

The UP Sablay is the official academic costume of the University of the Philippines. The official colors of the University, maroon and green, were used in the sablay. Yellow gold, which stands for the high standards of values and excellence, was also used. The colors, based on the Panthone ProSim color chart, are Panthone 195 CVP (maroon), Panthone 349 CVP (green), and Panthone 138 CVP (yellow gold).The indigenous letters Alibata for U and Alibata for P, originating from the indigenous alphabet called baybayin or katitikan, are equivalent to the Roman letters “U” and “P”, respectively. The curvilinear design called ukkil or ukit, which resembles a sprouting plant, signifies life. The geometric designs (in zigzag and diamond patterns) are common design elements gracing the attires and functional objects of indigenous peoples from Batanes to Tawi-tawi. Arranged continuously and rhythmically, these geometric designs highlight the diverse cultural communities in the Philippines and the University’s pursuit of knowledge, cultural enrichment, and scientific advancement.

Date of Registration: 13 September 2002
Date of Issuance of Certificate of Copyright Registration and Deposit: 23 September 2002

About the Creators:

  • Virginia D. Monje is a Professor at the National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of the College of Science.
  • Rogelio L. Juliano Jr. (deceased) is a former Associate Professor at the Department of Speech Communications and Theater Arts of the College of Arts and Letters.
  • Abraham P. Sakili is an Associate Professor at the Department of Art Studies of the College of Arts and Letters.
  • Antoinette B. Hernandez is an Associate Professor at the Department of Speech Communications and Theater Arts of the College of Arts and Letters.
  • Consuelo J. Paz is a retired Professor at the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy.
  • Carmen G. Diaz de Ventanilla is a retired Professor at the University of the Philippines.

Introduction to Semiconductor Devices & Circuits (Textbook)

Introduction to Semiconductor Devices & Circuits is the textbook on introductory electronics course that addresses not only the circuit analysis and design of electronic devices, but also their construction and physics which will be helpful to provide adequate preparation for those students who will be specializing in microelectronics.

Date of Registration: 29 August 2007
Date of Issuance of Certificate of Copyright Registration and Deposit: 05 September 2007
Registration No.: A2007-1906

About the Author:

Dr. Luis G. Sison is a faculty member of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He is also the present Vice Chancellor for Research and Development

Data Structures (Textbook)

Data Structures is the textbook on data structure course for sophomore Computer Science students.

Date of Registration:  30 March 2007
Date of Issuance of Certificate of Copyright Registration and Deposit: 19 April 2007
Registration No.: A2007-726

About the Author:

Evangel P. Quiwa
is a faculty member of the Department of Computer Science.  He is also the present College Secretary of the UP College of Engineering.

11-DNA Laboratory Forms

This set of laboratory forms is used for DNA analysis and reporting of results for disputed parentage.

  1. CASE APPLICATION FORM (Form A)
    Registration No. O2007-133
  2. UNDERTAKING
    Registration No.: O2007-134
  3. UNDERTAKING (DNA Paternity Test for Private Purposes Only)
    Registration No.: O2007-135
  4. REQUESTING PARTY (Form 001)
    Registration No.: O2007-136
  5. SAMPLING FORM (Form 002) Version 2.1, Modified March 2006
    Registration No.: O2007-137
  6. LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION Sampling from minors (Form 003A)
    Registration No.: O2007-138
  7. RELEASE OF REPORT (Form 003B)
    Registration No.: O2007-139
  8. CHAIN OF CUSTODY (Form 004)
    Registration No.: O2007-140
  9. CHAIN OF EVIDENCE FORM (Laboratory Analysis)
    Registration No.: O2007-141
  10. CASE REPORT CHECKLIST (Parentage Testing)
    Registration No.: O2007-142
  11. OUTSIDE SAMPLING KIT
    Registration No.: O2007-143

Date of Registration: 30 March 2007

Date of Issuance of Certificate of Copyright Registration and Deposit: 19 April 2007

About the Authors:

  • Maria Corazon A. De Ungria is the present Head of the DNA Analysis Laboratory of Natural Sciences Research Institute (NSRI), where she manages research projects and extension services in the laboratory such as promoting the development of forensic DNA technology in the country.
  • Gayvelline C. Calacal is a University Research Associate at the DNA Analysis Laboratory of the Natural Sciences Research Institute (NSRI). Some of her research involvements were on validating forensic laboratory procedures, conducting training workshops on basic DNA analysis for the local scientific community, and performing DNA analysis on several forensic and paternity cases, among others.
  • Miriam Ruth M. Dalet is also a University Research Associate at the DNA Analysis Laboratory of the Natural Sciences Research Institute (NSRI). As part of the DNA analysts team she helps ensure the proper documentation of the laboratory’s undertakings.