Call for nominees for the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies' Shimadzu and Unilab Awards 2017
Globe Telecom is the latest among local businesses that are cashing in on the Pokémon Go craze, incorporating the game in their marketing strategies
If Seoul gave any help, 'Kim Jong-Un would take all undue credit for it,' says Unification Ministry spokesman Jeong Joon-Hee
The company is hiring 30 lure managers who will play the game and activate game lures for the entire day
Here’s a list of habits that the uber successful weave into their weekends. It is in no way comprehensive, but meant as an indicator to help with the burnout.
The global shift to more sustainable practices creates a huge demand for data services and technology opportunities
The research lab will serve as a platform to study how best to implement public private partnerships that align with the UN’s global goals on health, education, and IT
The 3-day summit will gather education experts like Elliot Masie, Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, and Atty. Julito Vitriolo
The partnership, according to Airbnb regional director JJ Chai, is seen to bring a 300% surge in Airbnb users in the Philippines
Rappler joins 40 winners from 24 countries, the only Asian media organization in the Media and News category
An app that helps manage electronic waste in China and a text messaging system for monitoring corruption in Papua New Guinea are just some new ways social innovations are helping tackle the world's big problems
Provincial officials plan to conduct an ocular inspection of Green Future Innovations Incorporated, to check if it has measures in place to control the release of ash particles from the plant
PLDT intends to spend heavily in digital partnerships, acquisitions to expand its subscriber base, and establish industry leadership
The PLDT group says the acquisition of Paywhere is part of a US$100 million budget it is allocating for merger and acquisition initiatives to expand its digital platform services
Meanwhile, PLDT group's MediaQuest, which has a stake in The Philippine Star, says it has no plans of fully acquiring newspaper BusinessWorld
What makes the modern Pinoy abroad more empowered in this day and age?
A working demo of a 'futuristic' farm is connected to apps, has its own weather station, and uses renewable energy
Aid organizations responding to the emergency struggle to assess the needs with communications cut off around the Himalayan nation
With a corporate stint in between, risk-taker Korinne Lirio and her fiancé, are now behind the increasingly popular restaurant and patisserie south of Manila
Hostility from locals has been a persistent problem for foreign aid workers, who are confronted with wild theories which place them as the authors of a global conspiracy to harvest the blood and organs of black Africans
The World Health Organization has set a target of ensuring that 70% of Ebola burials in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are safe by December 1
A year after, the Yolanda survivors are steadily getting back on track through livelihood cash grants received from the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
A year after Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) some 8,000 Red Cross volunteers and personnel are still doing humanitarian work in affected areas
With experts warning the rate of infections could reach 10,000 a week by early December, researchers around the world are scrambling to beat the tropical fever
The death toll from the outbreak nears 4,900, and countries race to get experimental vaccines ready for 'real-world use'
In its annual report on disasters, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) warns that the outlook is bleak
Elhadj As Sy: 'Communities are part of the solution and they shouldn't be seen as a problem'
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Here are 5 inventions spotted in the 2014 National Science and Technology Week that can help Filipinos live 'greener' and more sustainably
The troubling truth is women’s successes today are contingent on other women’s oppression
Aid agencies and disaster experts give lessons and best practices on responding to calamities of Haiyan's scale
Jesse Robredo’s life and career continues to set the standard for what effective, good governance can, and should, look like
Businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan joins Twitter, a move that he says makes his 'heart truly digital'
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) Societies issued an appeal on Wednesday, December 20, for USD 2.8 million to help the Philippine Red Cross in delivering assistance to 25,000 people who have been severely affected by Typhoon Sendong.