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DOST-SEI hosts science, math international conference

  To strengthen the country’s science and math programs, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) brings together educators and policy makers in...

DOST conference gears up grad scholars for Industry 4.0

To discuss Industry 4.0 and its inevitable impact on the scientific and education landscapes, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) together...

PHL Robotics Team scores double victory at 2019 FIRST Lego League World Championship Houston

A cozier life in space awaits astronauts, thanks to the impressive creations of The Philippine Robotics National Team. Their awe-inspiring robots earned two coveted...

Science camp in Davao highlights why “water is life”

The Climate Science Youth Camp (CSYC), one of the science promotion projects of the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI), tackles a...

A season of accolades for the country’s science community

with reports from Ronaldo Magsakay The year 2018 will be another year of accolades for the country’s science community. With only two months to go before the...

Bantog: Science for the People Media Awards

Text and photos by Henrylito D. Tacio Additonal photos by Allan Mauro V. Marfal  1st Bantog Awards winners “Just to give recognition and convey appreciation to our...

The exterminators

Globally, at least three million people are poisoned by pesticides every year, of whom 20,000 people die.  That’s according to the Geneva-based World Health Organization...

Organic Farming: Benefits and limitations

In recent years, organic farming has become a trend toward a healthier lifestyle.  The government formalized the adoption of this farming system when Congress...

The trouble with water

In the past, you could drink tap water directly from your faucet. Such is not the case anymore.  More and more people are buying...

Methane: the second culprit

It wasn’t until 2001—when the UN-sponsored Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) submitted its report—that methane was finally given much-needed attention as “one of the...

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