Pitogo High School in Makati City has secured its fourth successive championship win in the Tagisang Robotics Philippine national competition.
Filipino scientist and diplomat Glenn Suerte Felipe Banaguas has won the 2022 United Nations Sasakawa Award for Disaster Risk Reduction in recognition of his active efforts in reducing disaster risks in communities.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-aided human rights education for Filipinos is being offered by the Shareware community's group of volunteers in its bid to help educators and parents teach children well.
The public is invited to learn about Filipino satellite technology for outer space exploration in a 3-part webinar offered by the Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA).
Globe, together with Google and the Center for Art, New Ventures, and Sustainable Development (CANVAS) have collaborated to advocate for the online safety and data privacy of kids.
Team EIA from the Philippines has won second runner-up in the Microsoft AI for Accessibility (AI4A) Hackathon in the Asia Pacific region for developing an inclusive banking platform for the visually impaired and the elderly.
Six public health innovations from the Philippines have won the first World Health Organization (WHO) Western Pacific Innovation Challenge: Innovation for the Future of Public Health.
Philippine indigenous plants are being turned into sustainable packaging material using the nanotechnology product developed by Filipino startup, Nanotronics Inc.
Here's how to join the Earth Day Challenge to build the award-winning Light It Forward solar lamps by the Filipino-born social enterprise, Liter of Light, a global grassroots movement teaching women cooperatives to build solar lights instead of importing them.
All-Filipina startup Cawil.AI Solutions has won the second prize in the 2022 International Trade Centre (ITC) SheTrades Global Hackathon.
The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) is exploring the viability of using Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite internet to connect rural and remote areas in the archipelago.
The public is encouraged to attend a virtual public webinar to analyze the promise of low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites in meeting the demand for internet connectivity in remote areas in the Philippines.