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Electric trains, jeepneys, trikes pushed as transport amidst oil price hikes

Electric trains and trikes developed by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) have been proposed as transport solutions amidst the oil price hikes brought about by tight global supply following the Russia-Ukraine situation.

Google launches Search Trends for Philippine Elections

Google has launched a Search Trends page for Philippine Elections for Filipinos searching online for information about the candidates and other related topics.

How to Use Google, YouTube for Authoritative News on Philippine elections

Here are ways Google and YouTube are connecting users to authoritative news and information on the Philippine elections through new features, partnerships, and programs.

Filipino Professor Marcelino Ang, Jr. talks about robots & human relationship

Filipino Professor Marcelino H. Ang, Jr. is scheduled to talk about the relationship between robots and humans when the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) convenes on March 15, 2022.

Philippines’ Covid-19 RT-PCR test kit maker Manila HealthTek acquires ISO nod

Manila HealthTek (MTek), the maker of the first locally produced Covid-19 RT-PCR test kit, has acquired its international standard accreditation via ISO9001.

UP professors, DOST-ASTI space team honored in Asia Innovation Awards for UN SDGs

Filipino researchers from the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) and the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), along with the Department of Science and Technology-Advanced Science and Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI) space science and technology team have bagged top honors in the second Hitachi Global Foundation Asia Innovation Awards.

Overseas Filipino scientists invited to return home for Balik Scientists Program

Overseas Filipino scientists are being invited to return home to the Philippines as part of the Balik Scientists Program of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

Bataan Peninsula State University new Railway Engineering course boosted by DOST tech

Bataan Peninsula State University's (BPSU) new course in Railway Engineering under its College of Engineering and Architecture is getting a boost by its hosting of the mass transportation system designed and developed by the Department of Science and Technology – Metals Industry Research and Development Center (DOST-MIRDC).

Philippines Space Agency, OneWeb to test satellite internet service in remote, rural areas

The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) is working with London-based global communications space network OneWeb to test its satellite internet service in remote and rural areas in the country.

Globe debut’s Asia’s 1st ever Eco-SIM made of refrigerator waste

Globe has debuted the first-ever Eco-SIM cards in Asia, marking National Zero Waste Month in the Philippines by contributing to environmental sustainability by recycling refrigerator waste.

UP Visayas’ food for terminally ill, UST’s vegan sausage contribute to MSME growth

Breakthrough food science innovations being developed by the University of the Philippines Visayas for the chronic or terminally ill and the University of Santo Tomas' vegan sausages are expected to contribute to the growth of Micro-to-Small-Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the Philippines.

Lechon as emergency food, pineapple waste for diet developed by universities-CRADLE

The famous Filipino Lechon (roast pig) as a potential emergency food? How about pineapple waste as a dietary supplement?
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