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CHECK THIS OUT: Airconditioner without ozone-depleting refrigerant invented by Maria Yzabelle Angel Palma
Welcome news this hot summer! An air conditioner that runs without ozone-depleting refrigerant invented by an award-winning Engineering student and James Dyson awardee, Maria Yzabell Angel Palma, may soon be commercially available - that is if the young inventor receives investment to mass-produce the eco-friendly aircon.
The first Ocean-Powered Hybrid Trimaran made in the Philippines is expected to set sail before the end of 2020.
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.
Bulacan's thriving garden plant industry in the town of Guiguinto is getting a big boost as the first tissue culture laboratory for ornamental plants will soon rise in Barangay Sta. Cruz.
University of the Philippines National Institutes of Health (UP NIH) clinician-scientist Raul Destura revealed Tuesday that a test kit for the novel coronavirus (nCoV) has been developed locally and is ready for release next week.
Ateneo de Manila University School of Science and Engineering professor Fabian M. Dayrit has released his research on the potential use of coconut oil as a safe antiviral agent against the novel coronavirus.
The University of the Philippines (UP) has allowed open access to its Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) portal on the Taal Volcano to help hasten rehabilitation efforts, marking the first time an Asian country has practiced such open data policy.
De La Salle University (DLSU) Manila's research project turning wastewater from sewage into fertilizer has won the United Kingdom's 2020 Newton Prize Country Award, the first win for the Philippines.
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.