'You have to have many scientists – Filipino scientists – who are passionate about the country and those who do not forget their country,' says Arman Ali Ghodsinia
On Rappler Talk on Thursday, 3:30 pm, June 29, Ghodsinia talks to MovePH's Voltaire Tupaz about the Maranao people – their plight and aspirations – from the point of view of the youth. Bookmark this page.
The 22-year-old graduating student will speak on behalf of 36 summa cum laude students and 4,000 graduates
The oldest fossils ever found are 'direct evidence' of life on Earth 3.8 to 4.3 billion years ago – 'within a few hundred million years of the accretion of the solar system'
What are the biggest discoveries and ideas in science this year? The Mind Movers of the Mind Museum list down some of the most important ones from the past 12 months.
When you've got to go, but you're out there in space, zipped up in a spacesuit, with no toilet in sight and a crew of other astronauts around, what do you do?
(UPDATED) Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi is awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on autophagy, or the process of cells recycling its own content
Alexandra Cousteau, granddaughter of renowned deep sea explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, shares stories from under the sea
The Supreme Court's judgment of the relative safety of Bt talong 'can be challenged for lack of rigor, leading to injustice, or worse willfully exposing farmers and consumers to greater risks'
Astronaut Scott Kelly tweets: 'Yes, there are other life forms in space!'
Haruko Obokata, 32, drew intense media scrutiny after failing to reproduce the results of what was once billed as a ground-breaking study on stem cells
The test period simulates a flight to the Moon and back, with the women carrying out 10 experiments covering psychology and human biology
[Science Solitaire] Despite the seemingly adult-ish appearance, behind the teenage skull is another story
Nathalie Rives, an infertility expert from Rouen in northern France, cautioned: 'We are not there yet'
An ancient plant that grew underwater in what is modern day Europe, had no petals and bore one single seed may have been the world's first known flowering plant
The discovery gives conservationists hope that the population of the majestic Philippine national bird may be increasing
Researchers in California are looking for an appropriate Latin species designation for the mysterious cephalopod and, while little is yet known about it, few would deny that the specimens found so far are adorable
Waters near party hotspot Puerto Galera reveal more than 100 new species of marine organisms, the California Academy of Sciences says
The researchers' thesis, 'Gut content composition of Cebu Black Shama,' is submitted as requirement for their graduation at Cebu Normal University
Spider silk may lose its claim as the strongest known natural material after researchers found that limpet teeth have more mettle
New York University dean for science Michael Purugganan talks about mapping genes and genomes and shares insights about evolution and how it helps us understand the world
If the trend toward better hospitalization and preventive care continues in Liberia, researchers at the University of Georgia and Pennsylvania State University say the end of the deadly ordeal may be in sight
The revelations come a week after a young researcher at the center of the scandal, which has rocked the country's scientific establishment, said she will resign after failing to reproduce the study's results
What are the most interesting and groundbreaking discoveries and stories in science from the past year? We ask the Mind Movers of The Mind Museum.
The government-backed Riken Institute will announce that so-called 'STAP' cells cannot be reproduced, writing the embarrassing final chapter of a study published in the journal Nature but later withdrawn
Called gastric organoids, the lab-dish tissue comprises buds of cells that are 'a miniature version of the stomach,' the researchers say
Until now, it was thought internal fertilization occurred much later in the evolutionary tale of vertebrates
[Science Solitaire] If you thought science was just all about 'Aha!' moments, then you only have to be reminded that there is such a thing as the Ig Nobel Prizes
(UPDATED) The struggle to replicate the experiment casts further doubt on the existence of stem cell-like cells, what the researchers called Stimulus-Triggered Acquisition of Pluripotency (STAP) cells
Brazil would be the first country to use genetically-modified mosquitoes large-scale, or to allow commercial sales, in the fight against dengue
Sasai is the mentor of the 30-year-old Haruko Obokata, whose research reportedly used fabricated data
Human activity is to blame, based on a review by an international team of scientists
A Singapore-based research institution is studying how the lowly biofilm can make an impact on environmental and public health issues
Get to know Dr Angel Alcala, one of the country's newest National Scientists
Prof. Curio will teach Envsci297, Special Topics with Module A focusing on behavioural ecology, from 12 to 23 May 2014
The DNA in the calabash belonged to a single person whose genetic signature, from northern Italy, was not 'compatible' with King Louis XVI's known, more central-European ancestry
Zebras have stripes to deter the tsetse and other blood-sucking flies
It is a big step towards acquiring the controversial ability to redesign plants or animals
Wakening the long-dormant virus serves as a warning that unknown pathogens entombed in frozen soil may be roused by global warming
Can a plant exist without the genome that allows it to perform the basic function of photosynthesis? A plant that lives in the forests of Luzon apparently can, a study shows.
Creatures that can truly keep a beat are rare, raising intriguing questions about the evolution of the human brain
Great white sharks may live until their 70s, more than three times as long as previously thought, according to a new analysis
With countless discoveries and stories, what were the most interesting and groundbreaking? We ask the Mind Movers of The Mind Museum.
A team of scientists discovers the 3 new species as well as a host of other interesting species that may also be new to science
Researchers say the discovery could help prospectors discover new deposits of the precious metal
Some experts believe these trees are so common because they were actively cultivated by indigenous people in the area for millennia
A well-preserved 1.8 million year-old skull brings new evidence that early man was a single species with many looks