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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...

Making STEAM come true: How DOST’s science bus sparks students’ interest inscholarships and science careers

After a pandemic-forced hiatus, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) restarts nuLab, a mobile science laboratory for senior high school students....

PH wins 2 bronzes, 4 honorable mentions at 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad 

The country’s winning ways at the world cup of mathematics continues.  Six Filipino students took home two bronze medals and four honorable mentions at the...

Mindanao & climate change: Year-end floods, new year beginning, still more floods

The Philippines experiences 20 tropical typhoons each year. And in recent years, stronger typhoons have become more frequent. As stated in the executive report of...

UP atmospheric physicist takes to the skies with NASA: Monitoring air quality on NASA817

Dr. Gerry Bagtasa of the University of the Philippines-Diliman College of Science–Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology (UPD–CS IESM) took flight with the National Aeronautic Space Administration (NASA) recently, as part of an air pollution measurement campaign called ASIA-AQ (Airborne and Satellite Investigation...

“No patent, no right”: UP lawyer highlights scientists’ need to protect inventions

In the ‘90s, Dr. Neila Cortes-Maramba of the University of the Philippines (UP) in Manila led a team of scientists investigating 10 medicinal plants in the Philippines. Two of these plants exhibited promising results—one for cough and the other for urinary tract infections. The...

Making STEAM come true: How DOST’s science bus sparks students’ interest inscholarships and science careers

After a pandemic-forced hiatus, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) restarts nuLab, a mobile science laboratory for senior high school students. For its first road trip, it sailed to northern Iloilo to bring the nuLab brand of hands-on science activities...

Pinoy studes shine in legacy science Olympiads 

International competitions in basic sciences prove to be constant witnesses to Filipino youth prowess.  In July, three Philippine teams took the world stage and netted a total of six bronze medals, two honorable mentions, and a merit citation in the recently concluded international biology,...

PH wins 2 bronzes, 4 honorable mentions at 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad 

The country’s winning ways at the world cup of mathematics continues.  Six Filipino students took home two bronze medals and four honorable mentions at the 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad, which was held in-person for the first time after two years.  IMO first-timer Mohammad Nur Casib of...

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 the Philippines and the Asian region in the 1st DOST-SEI Project STAR International Conference. The event, which will be held...

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