ISSN 2094-2818

Co-Editors: Gisela P. Padilla-Concepcion
David Hall, Windell L. Rivera, and
Mark Gregory Robson



VOLUME 10 NUMBER 01 (February to June 2017)
 

Phil. Sci. Lett. 2017 10 (1) i
available online: March 13, 2017









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  EDITORIAL
Returning to What was Essentially Good - Welcome back PHILIPPINE SCIENCE LETTERS!

by Gisela P. Padilla—Concepcion

The Marine Science Institute, College of Science,
University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines 1101

In February 2015, with great enthusiasm we re-launched Philippine Science Letters (PSL) as the International Journal of Philippine Science and Technology (IJPST or PhilSciTech) with major support from USAID STRIDE.

However, with PhilSciTech operating for nearly two years, we obtained feedback from local researchers who expressed a strong preference for the journal name PSL and for PSL's more formal scientific format and original home page design. And so we have courageously decided that beginning February 2017, PhilSciTech will cease to exist and will revert back to PSL!

To all our authors and readers, let us welcome back what was essentially good to begin with - PHILIPPINE SCIENCE LETTERS - this time, with improvements implemented in PhilSciTech that we will carry over to PSL! For this, we will continue to enjoy enthusiastic, valuable support from USAID STRIDE.

We encourage you to submit full-length articles on your original research and we will no longer accept short communications. Experts in the field will be invited to submit review articles. Academic, government and industry leaders and S&T education and R&D advocates are welcome to submit white papers, position papers, capstone papers, letters to the editor and popular science articles. Feature articles will be written about outstanding scientists, technologists, and important news and events.