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3D-printed vacuum-sealed Face Shields for health workers fabricated by Batangas State University

Face shields for health workers fabricated by a Batangas State University (BatStateU) laboratory using 3D printing technology have been optimized through a vacuum forming method that reduced production time to just 6 minutes per item.

Philippine-made Hybrid Electric Road Train deployed to give free rides to COVID-19 frontliners in...

The Philippine-made Hybrid Electric Road Train has been deployed in Cauayan City, Isabela to exclusively shuttle Frontliners and Health Service Providers going to and from their work while mass transportation is suspended during the Luzon-wide community quarantine.

Pinoy technology produces 500,000 washable airborne droplets-repellent cloth face masks

A Filipino technology is producing 500,000 washable face masks that can repel airborne coronavirus droplets.

Philippine-made ICU low-cost ventilator “Ginhawa” can help gravely ill COVID-19 patients

The Philippine-made low-cost ventilator "Ginhawa" can help gravely ill COVID-19 patients confined in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after it passes the ongoing human trials.

Pinoy Seoul Radio online teaches OFWs on social distancing to prevent spread of COVID-19

Social distancing, recommended as a key to stopping the spread of COVID-19, brought forth South Korea-based actor-filmmaker Nash Ang's new passion project, the Pinoy Seoul Radio.

La Salle Dasmariñas High School students develop electricity-generating pedestrian crossing, shoes

De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Senior High School (DLSU-D SHS) students have developed electricity-generating pedestrian crossing and shoes as their ecology-friendly school projects.

NASA Space Apps Pinoy champion AEDES helps worldwide Coronatracker for COVID-19

The Pinoy champion team of Project Advanced Early Detection-Prediction and Exploration Service (Project AEDES), a dengue case predictor mapping system developed by a multi-university Philippine team that won in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Apps Challenge 2019 global hackathon, is also involved in a 100% open source worldwide initiative to map and analyze data on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Filipino dengue case predictor Project AEDES wins NASA Space Apps Challenge global hackathon

Project AEDES, a dengue case predictor mapping system developed by a multi-university Philippine team, won in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Apps Challenge global hackathon.

CHECK THIS OUT: Airconditioner without ozone-depleting refrigerant invented by Maria Yzabelle Angel Palma

Welcome news this hot summer! An air conditioner that runs without ozone-depleting refrigerant invented by an award-winning Engineering student and James Dyson awardee, Maria Yzabell Angel Palma, may soon be commercially available - that is if the young inventor receives investment to mass-produce the eco-friendly aircon.

1st Philippine-made Ocean-Powered Hybrid Trimaran sets sail this year

The first Ocean-Powered Hybrid Trimaran made in the Philippines is expected to set sail before the end of 2020.

UP scientists-developed COVID-19 Test Kit now FDA-approved for local use

A new rapid test kit for COVID-19 developed by the University of the Philippines National Institutes of Health (UP NIH) scientists has finally secured a certification from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing its use in early screening for positive cases.

Filipino-developed virgin coconut oil derivative as COVID-19 cure tested in Singapore

A Filipino-developed virgin coconut oil derivative as cure to the COVID-19 is being tested in Singapore as the dreaded coronavirus continues to spread across the world and while researchers, scientists, pharmaceutical companies, and medical institutions are scrambling to create a vaccine and are pitching in to find a cure to stop the dreaded coronavirus.
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