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PHL to host Asean science ministers meeting

Science ministers of Asean member-states and other key leaders in the region are set to gather in Cebu for a series of meetings that...

Salt-processing project launched in Pangasinan

Salt is an important ingredient in every dish. It makes food taste good, and the  human  body  can’t  live without  it. It is needed...

DOST’s 1st Bantog Awards recognize science journalists

The winners in the Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) first Bantog Awards pose with Science Secretary Fortunato T. de la Peña (center, standing),...

PHILAAST awards 6 scientists

Six Filipino scientists in different fields were awarded for their dedication to the service for the Filipinos through their respective researches, and were regarded...

When earthquakes liquefy soil, devastation can follow

Liquefaction, which Indonesian officials said last Monday had destroyed several thousand homes in and around the city of Palu during the earthquake last week,...

D.O.S.T. to spearhead S&T celebration in Occidental Mindoro

The Department of Science and Technology-Mimaropa (DOST-Mimaropa) will hold its Regional Science and Technology Week celebration, titled “Changing Lives Through Science,” in San Jose,...

DOST continues to make a difference for Caraga MSMEs through Setup

BUTUAN CITY—Programs of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) continue to make a difference for the ordinary people. This includes the Small Enterprise...

Filipino Inventors Society marks 75th year

The Filipino Inventors Society (FIS) will mark its diamond anniversary on the third week of November. The highlight of the celebration is the holding of...

‘Universities, industries tie-up key for PHL’s 4th industrial revolution’

How should a country prepare for the fourth industrial revolution? Science Secretary Fortunato T. de la Peña called on universities to work with industries...

Russia’s elite space program opens doors to Filipino scholar

Teacher-researcher Wilfredo K. Pardorla Jr. of Saint Cecilia’s College-Cebu Inc. is very inspired from the experience and knowledge he acquired from Samara University’s 14th International...

Equipment with radioactive materials reported missing

A “potentially dangerous” moisture density-gauge equipment containing radioactive materials was reported missing a month ago around the area of the MWSS Compound storage facility...

PHL space agency’s creation a step closer to reality

The Philippines is a step closer to the realization of having its space agency. Dr. Rogel Mari Sese, one of the very few astrophysicists in...

Proposed whale sanctuary in South Atlantic defeated in meet

FLORIANOPOLIS, Brazil—A proposal to create a whale sanctuary in the South Atlantic was defeated at a meeting in Brazil of the International Whaling Commission...

Searca PhD research scholarship open to Filipinos, Southeast Asians

The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (Searca) offers research scholarships to PhD students whose dissertation topics are relevant...

DOST-SEI, Smart bring Courseware to remote schools

Filipino elementary pupils and high-school students in remote areas will soon have access to the DOST Courseware—an interactive science and math resource conceptualized and...

Zamboanga Peninsula native chicken gives new source of livelihood

The native livestock production is a growing industry in many regional areas in the Philippines. Particularly the native chicken industry, it is seen with...

Plastic bottles needed for trimaran’s fabrication

KALIBO, Aklan—A local shipyard in Aklan province may be needing thousands of plastic bottles for the fabrication of an environment-friendly boat. Engr. Jonathan Salvador...

PSHS bares achievements of 2018 graduates

The best of the best in science and mathematics. That is how graduates from Philippine Science High School (PSHS) are well known of. Trained and...

Air pollution causes lower verbal, math scores

WASHINGTON, D.C.—While health has long been thought the most common casualty of air pollution, a landmark study from an International Food Policy Research Institute...

D.O.S.T.-supported halal center building set to open

"To halal or not to halal,” with apologies to the Bard, that is the question in the global trade of Muslim food products. At the...
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