University Research Center



Construction and Testing of an Improvised Leaf Electroscope

by Rex S. Rubidy (completed July 2015) ABSTRACT This study aimed to construct and test the improvised leaf electroscope (ILE) Physics Laboratory experiments. It was only limited on the construction and testing of ILE. The finished products replaced the existing electroscope and provide hands – on learning experiences to the students. The Improvised Leaf Electroscope … Read more

Nutrient Composition and Antioxidant Property of Philippine Indigenous Vegetables

by Ilda G. Borlongan (completed August 2013) ABSTRACT This study determined the nutrient profile arid the anti-oxidant property of edible portions of 20 indigenous vegetables commonly consumed in the Philippines. The study conclude the most the vegetables are important sources of carbohydrates, proteins, fiber, minerals and fats. The vegetables contain minerals (Ca, P and Fe) … Read more

Extent of Deterioration and Formation of Toxic Substances in Cooking Oil (Coconut Oil) when heated repeatedly above smoke point

By Ma. Mercy A. Japitana (completed June 2016) ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine the stability and Me toxic substances formed when cooking oil (Refined, Bleached and Deodorized-Coconut Oil or RBD-CNO) is subjected to heat treatments. Four treatments were used in the study the untreated (UN), (T1) was heated once, (T2) heated twice with … Read more

Ilonggo Perceptions on the Extent of Patronage Practices and their Attitudes toward Intra- Familial Succession in Iloilo

By Ernesto S. Saquibal, Jr. and Ma. Lindy B. Saquibal (completed October 2015) ABSTRACT The study examined politics in Iloilo by looking into Ilonggo voters’ perceptions of patronage practices of local politicians, and hose these conditions influence their attitude towards dynastic politics or intra-familial succession in the local level. A total of 384 respondents were … Read more

A Needs Assessment survey for a Proposed Speech Development Program for the Faculty of Central Philippine University

By Marie Melanie J. Javier-Misajon (completed November 2014) ABSTRACT This study surveyed the oral communication skills of the faculty of Central Philippine University and to determine their perceived skills and need levels. It also determined any significant relationships between certain personal and CPU- related demographics and their need levels and willingness to participate in the … Read more