Robots bearing the faces of students marched and received diplomas in a Taguig City school’s Class of 2020 graduation ceremonies held amid the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Filipino technology has developed a plant-based protein sports drink concentrate for athletes who are training even while under community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Coronavirus Immunity boosting drinks made from local ingredients have been developed by the Department of Science and Technology Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (DOST-SETUP) partner in Davao as health drinks for COVID-19 frontliners.
Here are updates on the Coronavirus disease treatment Solidarity Trials and vaccine research being conducted in the Philippines.
Pinoy scientists have developed a mobile application to help forest rangers and law enforcement partners stop wildlife trafficking in the Philippines.
Good news to all face mask DIYers and manufacturers, the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Textile Research Institute (DOST-PTRI) has released four designs of face masks for public use during the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease in the Philippines.
Bamboo and other local forest resources have been used in the new antimicrobial soaps and hand mists developed by Filipino scientists to help Filipinos fight the coronavirus disease.
The number of COVID-19 testing laboratories in the Philippines has been increasing with the country going into mass testing for the coronavirus disease.
After its pilot run at the University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH), the RxBox vital signs monitor will be rolled out in selected Rural Health Units (RHU) across Northern Mindanao to help health facilities care for COVID-19 patients.
Philippine Coconut Geonets ordinarily used to control soil erosion on sloping lands and embankments are now being used as disinfection mats in areas under quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19.
South Cotabato has developed a mobile application called “South Cotabato Covid19 Contact Tracing System (South Cotabato CCTS)” to be used by private and public establishments in the province.
Doctor consultations conducted online and on the phone during the COVID-19 pandemic are addressing the need to decongest hospitals by allowing patients to have virtual "house calls" by medical professionals.