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This infographic/scientific poster is about making traditional vaccine versus sub-unit vaccine. This is in partial fulfillment of my Molecular Biology and Biotechnology 1 course. Color scheme is teal and ocher.
A poster I made in celebration of UP Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Week.
A poster I made for our block screening of Captain America this March 29, 2014! Pre-selling tickets for P270!
Another food and restaurant review for the Maginhawa foodies out there! I love sweets, desserts, and oddly designed places so this place is a hit for me. This is about The Sweet Spot.
We were on a hunt for a sweet fix to an otherwise boring Friday night when my friends and I decided to go to this relatively new dessert place in a food building in Sikatuna.
The place is relatively accessible by car if you are coming from both UP Diliman or Kalayaan Avenue. Taking a tricycle, however, is a bit costly considering the walkable distance to jeepney routes. Anyway, upon entry of the place, there is this floor-to-ceiling mural of coffee, books, and what-nots using chalk.
Upon further inspection, the area near the cashier has a bit of a library where customers can get some awesome books, magazines, and manga collections.
The food is a bit pricey. At first, we thought the place only had desserts and sweets but there are rice meals and sandwiches offered which cost around Php 200. I ordered a Blueberry Cheesecake and my friend ordered the Strawberry one so that we can share. Turns out, the cheesecakes are sweet and delicious enough for us to stay and have a bit of tarot reading.
The service is so-so. The total feel of the place is likened to a new study place for students. Outlets are accessible. Also, another thing that I really like about the place is their sofa sets. Super comfortable.
This is another review rip-off from my looloo account which is also viewable in my zomato account. Cheers to the sweet tooth!