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University of the Philippines (UP) researchers dominated the 2020 Outstanding Young Scientists (OYS) awarded by the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST).
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.
Seven Overseas Filipino Scientists are back in the Philippines under the Balik Scientist Program (BSP) and are helping the country find solutions to the coronavirus pandemic.
Young Filipino celebrity Scarlet Snow Belo is putting her drawings on auction to raise funds for Filipino scientists in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
In celebration of the International Women's Month that wraps up today, March 31, 2020, the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (DOST-PNRI) introduced three Filipino women scientists as champions of Philippine science and technology.
As escalating cases of COVID-19 in Manila have placed health workers and scientists in the frontline of the fight to control the coronavirus disease, netizens went on Twitter and Facebook to express gratitude for their public service and sent hashtags #SalamatUP and the topic of "thank yous" to trending.
Bamboo Musical Instrument (BMI) maker and performer Datu Rodelio “waway” Saway is not called “Tatay” for nothing - he is a Master to his apprentice for keeping the Talaandig musical heritage intact by mentoring young members of their tribe.
An Ateneo de Manila University-led team of Filipino scientists has made a breakthrough discovery of a fern that may be used to help rehabilitate contaminated mining sites.
As the saying “Necessity is the mother of invention” goes, Filipino scientists worked with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to invent and develop the Philippines’ very own versatile amphibious vehicle which they...
The direct launch into orbit of Diwata-2, the second Philippine microsatellite developed by Filipino scientists, was streamed live on October 29 via You Tube from the Japan space center.
Diwata-2, the Philippines’ second microsatellite project, is scheduled to be launched to outer space in October 2018.
The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is partnering with Filipino scientists to study cloud formation during monsoon weather season in the Philippines.
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