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Fashionable face masks made from native Filipino textiles are becoming a trend as the Philippines reopens regular economic activities under the "new normal" condition.
Filipino technology has developed a plant-based protein sports drink concentrate for athletes who are training even while under community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Unreleased photos from Diwata-1 and Diwata-2 scientific Earth observation microsatellites of the Philippines were posted for the first time to mark Earth Day 2020.
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.
Filipino innovation RxBox biomedical monitoring devices are now in use at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH), a referral hospital for COVID-19 patients.
A Filipino-developed virgin coconut oil derivative as cure to the COVID-19 is being tested in Singapore as the dreaded coronavirus continues to spread across the world and while researchers, scientists, pharmaceutical companies, and medical institutions are scrambling to create a vaccine and are pitching in to find a cure to stop the dreaded coronavirus.
Seaweed farmers are getting a boost from a new seaweed drying technology developed by the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) - BIOMECH and funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). The new seaweed drying system is capable of drying newly harvested stocks at a faster rate while protecting the seaweeds from unpredictable weather.
The AI community gathered at the Google Philippines office in Taguig for the first ML Hackfest. An artificial intelligence (AI) competition in the Philippines was staged with unique objectives - to find ways for machines to help agriculture and nature conservation.
Illac Diaz, Liter of Light return to Philippines, share their award-winning Filipino social innovation...
Filipino social innovation Liter of Light founder Illac Diaz and Chief Strategist Ami Valdemoro have returned to the Philippines after their 100-Day Solar Lighting Mission on the Peace Boat and have rejoined their team...
Liter of Light founder Illac Diaz tells Comcast Philadelphia the story of the Filipino technology lighting up the world with inexpensive solar lamps. Image credit to Illac Diaz.Filipino visionary innovator Illac Diaz yesterday met...
Filipino innovator Illac Diaz of Liter of Light is using Filipino technology to create inexpensive solar lamps from recycled plastic soda bottles to light up communities in the Philippines and around the world. Diaz and...