The Pinoy tricycle has undergone another makeover, thanks to the ingenuity of Filipino inventor Atoy Llave.
Doctors and health workers in Mindanao can now make better informed and accurate decisions about health-related concerns
Filipino homes without power sources can now light up their nights using two main components that can be found in every kitchen – salt and water.
Filipino neonatologist Dr. Enrique Ostrea, a team of University of the Philippines engineers,and the Department of Science and Technology have collaborated
For the very first time, a supercar has emerged from the Philippines built by Filipinos and sourced from Filipino material.
Mother Nature would surely love these Filipino inventions which were exhibited at the National Science and Technology Week held at SMX Convention Center.
He may have retired from the police force but that does not mean that he will stop protecting the public from possible dangers, especially in the road.
The Wall Street Journal acknowledges the emerging scene of tech startups in the Philippines by listing five noteworthy startup companies
The Philippines is no stranger disasters that may be likened to, in lesser degrees, biblical proportions such as those encountered by Moses
The texting capital of the world has brought forth a unique phone anti-theft application that screams, “Magnanakaw!”
For both residents and visitors in the Philippines the jeepney, the baby bus, and the tricycle are uniquely Filipino vehicles used as common transport.