COVID-19 test kits developed in the Philippines are now being readied for manufacturing beginning this week.
A Filipino technology is producing 500,000 washable face masks that can repel airborne coronavirus droplets.
Filipino innovation RxBox biomedical monitoring devices are now in use at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH), a referral hospital for COVID-19 patients.
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.
We may soon see Filipino designed technology aboard the International Space Station (ISS) as Filipino science researchers from the University of the Philippines Diliman (UP Diliman) won First Place in the 2019 Space Mission Idea Contest (MIC6) at the 7th University Space Engineering Consortium-Global (UNISEC-Global) Meeting in Japan.
Filipino scientists have again been named among the best in Asia in the newest edition of Asian Scientist magazine. The 2019 Edition Asian Scientist 100...
The University of the Philippines (UP) has allowed open access to its Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) portal on the Taal Volcano to help hasten rehabilitation efforts, marking the first time an Asian country has practiced such open data policy.
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.
The first Philippine subway equipped with disaster-resilient Japanese technology is now underway to solve Manila’s traffic problem. Expected to be completed in 2025 after the...
The Philippines is now the most improved country in Southeast Asia when it comes to Internet connection, clocking 5 times faster fixed broadband download speeds according to a recent infographic released by Yugatech using the latest Ookla data.
For both residents and visitors in the Philippines the jeepney, the baby bus, and the tricycle are uniquely Filipino vehicles used as common transport.
The Agapay Project has developed a robotic device to provide accessible healthcare options to all Filipinos. The initiative by De La Salle University to design...