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Filipino inventor Lyle Christian R. Herbosa has developed a mosquito-killing agent that is believed to have great potential in the large-scale dengue outbreak prevention that is once again a major concern with the onset...
The University of the Philippines (UP) has developed the SaniPod, a self-contained disinfection cubicle to sanitize medical frontliners or health care workers as they exit COVID-19 patient wards.
Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises (SMEs) Greenlife and Manna are leading the way in showcasing how partnering with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) can help businesses cope with the COVID 19 pandemic.
The University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) and Department of Science and Technology (DOST) have together produced high-quality paper made from the "Bandala" abaca hybrid fiber.
Anti-COVID 19 dividers have been developed for utility vehicles of leading truck body builder Centro Manufacturing Corporation.
Pinoy scientists have developed a mobile application to help forest rangers and law enforcement partners stop wildlife trafficking 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 Department of Science and Technology - Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) is solving the PPE material supply shortage due to the lockdown by developing face shields made from local bamboo.
Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and Futuristic Aviation and Maritime Enterprise (FAME) have developed a specimen collection booth (SCBs) to be used in COVID-19 mass testing in the Philippines.
A cloth face mask filter and a 3D-printed face mask have been developed by Caraga State University (CSU) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to make the wearing of washable face masks safer as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
A no-contact thermal scanner assisted by Artificial Intelligence (AI) Drone is being readied for pilot testing in Quezon City and Caloocan City within April.
Health workers and other frontliners in the COVID-19 crisis are being assisted with the RapidPassPH technology that identifies their transportation as priority vehicles that are given quicker processing in checkpoints.