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DOST-Pisay Scholar Wins Global Science Competition

December 11, 2017
by: Romelie Janelle Maranan, S&T Media Service, DOST-STII

Grade 12 student Hillary Diane Andales from the Philippine Science High School- Eastern Visayas Campus in Palo, Leyte bagged the grand prize of the 3rd Breakthrough Junior Challenge last December 3, 2017 (December 4 in Manila) at the NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California, USA. In ...read more

Philippines Hosts 4th ASEANTOM Annual Meeting

December 10, 2017
by: DOST-PNRI

   Philippines Succesfully Hosts 4th ASEANTOM Annual Meeting Representatives from the various nuclear regulatory bodies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) met in the Philippines as it hosted the 4th Annual ASEANTOM Meeting and Technical Session on Nuclear Security on ...read more

DOST New Exhibit Hopes To Attract More Kids To Admire Science

December 08, 2017
by: Jovic Yee

Diwata-1 engineers Benjamin Magallon, Kaye Vergel, Delburg Mitchao and John Leur Labrador with Phil-Microsat head Joel Marciano at the opening of the “Discover Diwata-1” exhibit at the Museo Pambata. INQUIRER photo by Jovic Yee To help maintain kids’ interest in science, the Department of S ...read more

BHC Educational Instution Studes To Avail Free And Advanced Science Laboratory Trainings

December 08, 2017
by: DOST-Region I

In support to the successful implementation of K to 12 program of the Department of Education (DepEd), the BHC Educational Institution of San Fernando City, La Union and the Department of Science and Technology Regional Office 1 (DOST-RO1) recently tied an agreement for a work immersion of five (5 ...read more

APCTT's 13th Governing Council Session Eyed Capacity Building Activities In 2018 To Achieve Sustainable Development Goals

December 06, 2017
by: Pierre Sonia S. Dela Corte, Sr. SRS, TAPI-TIPD

The Asian and Pacific Centre for Technology Transfer (APCTT) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) held its 13th Session of its Governing Council (GC) last 28-30 November 2017 at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Makati, Manila, Philippines.  & ...read more

NRCP Research To Rehab Mined-out Areas In Marinduque Shows Successful Results

December 06, 2017
by: Mary Charlotte O. Fresco

Lead researcher Nelly S. Aggangan in the project site in Mogpog, Marinduque. Part of the 32-hectare mined dumpsite in Mogpog, Marinduque shows positive signs of recovery after trees started to grow in nutrient-depleted soil as a result of more than two decades of mining operations in the area. Tre ...read more

Tricycle Drivers Happy About Having The DOST-MIRDC's Hybrid Electric Road Train Gen San

December 06, 2017
by: DOST-MIRDC

Although there are jeeps and multi-cabs, tricycles are the most common mode of transportation in and around the city of General Santos.   Tricycle drivers are presently awaiting the final recommendations relative to the proposed ordinance dubbed, ‘Comprehensive Land Transport and Traffic ...read more

Pulong Sa Mindanao Nakatulong Para Pagtugmain Ang Mga Nagpoproseso Ng Isda At Mga 'exporters'

December 06, 2017
by: Rose Anne M. Aya, Shirley T. Gahon, Dalisay DG. Fernandez, DOST-PCAARRD S&T Media Service

Inorganisa ng National Network on Women in Fisheries in the Philippines, Inc. o WINFISH ang isang pulong na may titulong "Fisheries Women Entrepreneurs Forum" sa Amontay Beach Resort, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte. Ang pulong na ito ay naglayon na matugunan ang mga balakid sa ugnayan at pagtutugma (ma ...read more

NRCP Researcher Calls For More Culturally Sensitive Depiction Of Filipino Identity In National Symbols

December 05, 2017
by: Mary Charlotte O. Fresco

NRCP researcher Jamail A. Kamlian during his paper presentation. The Philippine national symbols should espouse cultural sensitivity for a more inclusive and accurate depiction of the identity of Filipino people as one nation. This is the call put forward by NRCP researcher Jamail A. Kamlian, sayi ...read more

Region 1 Inventors Qualified To Compete For NICE

December 04, 2017
by: DOST-Region I

After the success of the Region 1 Invention Contest and Exhibit (RICE) held at Robinsons Place in San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte last week, the winners of each category were urged to enhance their inventions in preparation for the National Invention Contest and Exhibit (NICE) next year. Out of the six ...read more

Rizal Nat'l Sci HS Retains Title As CanSat Champions

December 04, 2017
by: DOST-SEI

TWO IN A ROW. Rizal National Science High School successfully defended their title in this year's Can Satellite Competition, held on 28-29 November in Los Baños, Laguna. The team composed of  Josh Rael Jorquia, Matthew Lemuel Rey, and Marla Ena Rosales, and their coach, Marlon Sta. Catalina, ...read more

Increased Productivity Of Strawberry With The Aid Of Tissue Culture Technology

December 04, 2017
by: Jamsie Joy E. Perez, DOST-PCAARRD S&T Media Service

Milagros Dumaslan of Benguet State University discussed the effective use of tissue culture technology in strawberry production. (Image credit: Jamsie Joy E. Perez, Applied Communication Division (ACD), PCAARRD) The Highland Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development Cons ...read more

DOST Cordillera Launches SAFE Program To Aid In Climate-change Adaptation

December 04, 2017
by: S&T Media Service

TABUK, Kalinga—In an effort to address the negative impact of climate change and implement science-based solutions to minimize its effects and ensure the viability of agricultural programs, the Department of Science and Technology-Cordillera Administrative Region (DOST-CAR) launched the S&T Acti ...read more

DOST-developed Processing Technologies To Improve Cacao-based Products

December 04, 2017
by: GBDucusin/S&T Media Service

MANILA, Dec. 3 – With the government's move to revitalize the cocoa industry, the Department of Science and Technology-Industrial Technology Development Institute (DOST-ITDI) developed globally competitive technologies to enhance locally processed cacao products.  These ITDI-developed technolo ...read more

DOST Sees Big Support From Duterte Admin

December 04, 2017
by: Ma. Cristina Arayata

MANILA -- The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) sees huge support from the administration because apart from budget increase, President Rodrigo Duterte supports the "Balik Scientists" program. "(Among Duterte's) priority bill is to have a Balik Scientist law," Reynaldo Ebora, acting ...read more

DOST-CAR Promotes Double Zero Waste In The Abra Furniture Industry Through FPRDI Technologies

December 02, 2017
by: oneexpert /Maria Luisa S. Lumioan, PSTC-Abra

For. Aralyn LQuintos explains the materials needed in resin casting Recognizing the need for local furniture makers to stay competitive in the market, the Department of Science and Technology-Cordillera Administrative Region (DOST-CAR) thru the Provincial Science and Technology Center-Abra (PSTC- ...read more

Digital Science Libraries To Be Opened - DOST

December 01, 2017
by: Florita M. Santiago

Maasin City - Fourteen (14) lucky public schools in Southern Leyte will receive DOST's first science digital libraries, which aims to help young Southern Leyteño students research about Science and Technology, Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Provincial Director Florita M. Santiago said. ...read more

Maramag Coffee Producers Earn Big, Win Big With DOST

December 01, 2017
by: Hyacinth J. Tagupa - DOST-X

Coffee producers in Bukidnon used to struggle reaching buyers. Now, the DOST-assisted enterprise Kape Maramag is their globally competitive ally for smooth-flowing income. 03 November 2017 – Cagayan de Oro – Kape Maramag is all about big earnings and high scores these days. Not only is it makin ...read more

Substitute Bill For Nuclear Law Approved By House Joint Committee

December 01, 2017
by: DOST-PNRI

  Representatives Xavier Jesus Romualdo and Francis Gerald Abaya (seated, 3rd and 4th from left, respectively), DOST Secretary Fortunato Dela Peña (seated, 2nd from left), DOE Assistant Secretary Atty. Gerardo Erquiza Jr. (seated, extreme left), PNRI Director Dr. Carlo Arcil ...read more

Firm Adopts DOST Technologies To Step Up Green Charcoal Production

December 01, 2017
by: Rizalina K. Araral & Carl Anthony Lantican, DOST-FPRDI

A Pampanga-based green technology firm recently acquired technologies from the Department of Science and Technology's Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) to improve its green charcoal products designed for top players in the country's chicken roasting industry. Mackay Gr ...read more
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