A story on PH's Diwata-2 satellite written by Edmund "Edd" K. Usman bags a prize at the inaugural science journalism awards
The report in the journal Transgender Health describes a 30-year-old transgender woman who was born male and had been taking feminizing hormone therapy for six years
The spacewalk is the first for Japanese Aerospace Agency (JAXA) astronaut Norishige Kanai, and the fourth for his US counterpart Mark Vande Hei
The ship will be in the Philippines until March 5, visiting Manila, Guimaras, and Tacloban before sailing to other countries in Southeast Asia
What kind of decision making happens in people who do online dating?
The researchers stress the data shows no more than a correlation between a diet high in ultra-processed foods and cancer. This could be coincidental, and does not prove conclusively that these types of food actively cause cancer.
The new method 'brings us closer to our ultimate goal of producing hydrogen from water,' Osaka City Universtiy professor Yusuke Yamada says
The strain is identified in a 68-year-old woman from the eastern province of Jiangsu who was admitted to a hospital after falling ill on December 25. She has since recovered.
'The message of the Rainbow Warrior's visit here in the Philippines is to highlight the issue of climate justice,' says Naderev Saño, executive director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says the establishments are required to have technical conferences with the Pollution Adjudication Bureau within the week
Making the declaration will legally protect Benham Bank, the shallowest part of Philippine Rise, from 'human activity,' environmental groups tell Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu
A group asks President Rodrigo Duterte to look into the lack of protection for the Ipo Watershed, despite the payment by Metro Manila residents of environmental fees in their water bills
The Philippines has raised its concern over the names to the Chinese government, says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
The proposal will be tested by 'the end of this year at the latest' in 5 cities across western Germany, including former capital Bonn and industrial cities Essen and Mannheim
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says he has already issued a directive that no new environmental compliance certificate will be issued in Boracay to prevent the construction of new buildings in the island
Cities will need to adapt drastically to avoid catastrophes
The prospect of empty water pipes haunts urban areas in climate hot spots
The past annual rate of sea level rise – about 3 millimeters (0.1 inches) per year – may more than triple to 10 millimeters per year by 2100, a study says
The discovery is an excellent opportunity to take a small tour through the wonderful world of prime numbers to see how this result was achieved and why it is so interesting
This claim is particularly important given that mankind experienced significant technological improvements expected to increase productivity and income per person, from the Neolithic revolution to the invention of the printing press
Scientists report that in clinical trials involving 116 patients in the Netherlands, virtual reality exercises led to less fraught social interactions
When we consider someone our close friend, we know that it is because of deeper reasons other than the circumstances of our birth. What could it be?
According to Ipsos MORI's 'Perils of Perceptions 2017,' Filipinos rank as the third most ignorant people in the world in terms of knowledge on key issues such as murder, terrorism, health, and religion, to name some
The silicone used in the study, dimethylpolysiloxane, is reportedly used by McDonald's in its oil fryers, but consuming the substance alone (as with french fries) offers no fringe benefits
South Africa's second city is now facing the prospect of having to turn the taps off under a so-called 'Day Zero' scenario to conserve the city's remaining water supplies
[The Conversation] Numerous new marine species are discovered every year – yet working out how many species there are in total is a much more difficult process
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III tries to hold back his tears as he discusses plans on regaining the public's trust after the dengue vaccination controversy
(UPDATED) The world's most powerful rocket, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, blasts off on its highly anticipated maiden test flight, carrying CEO Elon Musk's cherry red Tesla Roadster toward an orbit near Mars
(4th UPDATE) Screams and cheers erupt at Cape Canaveral, Florida as the massive rocket fires its 27 engines and rumbles into the blue sky over the same NASA launchpad that served as a base for the US missions to Moon 4 decades ago
The launch is hailed as a game-changer because of its potential to propel SpaceX to the very forefront of the modern day space race
A physician-turned-legislator questions why the now-controversial vaccine got a go-signal in the Philippines in the first place
'I think it should not be done in a patient that doesn't need it,' Milanese plastic surgeon Massimiliano Brambilla, who specializes in genital procedures, tells Agence France-Presse
We now crave for our smartphones quite closely as we need oxygen. So what is it doing to us?
Lifting off as scheduled earlier Thursday, the Soyuz rocket carries two Russian Earth monitoring satellites as its primary payload and 9 US and German piggyback satellites
The national and local governments are putting in place measures to minimize the negative impact of tourism pressure on El Nido
Excited to see the 'super blue blood moon'? Here's a quick guide
[The Conversation] Rather than banishing pleasure from our lives, might there be another way to maintain our health and well-being?
58 doctors & experts, in a statement, slam the 'unsubstantiated' claims being made against Dengvaxia and DOH officials that is causing parents to slowly lose faith in other government health programs
Phivolcs director Renato Solidum also calls Mayon volcano 'the most interesting volcano that we have'
The report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences did not compare the cancer-causing potential of traditional cigarettes to e-cigarettes
[The Conversation] Here's what you'll see on January 31 and why
[The Conversation] A study reveals another significant threat to the world’s corals and the ecosystems and livelihoods they support
A group of millennial entrepreneurs finds a way to reduce world's dependence on dirty coal using a very unlikely material: water hyacinth
The $2.5 billion, 8-year plan also involves the installation of 250,000 electric vehicle charging stations and 200 hydrogen fueling stations by 2025
'Authorities have decided to close the Akiki trail for 6 months or more to facilitate the regeneration process,' says the environment department
Four students crammed into a 160-square-meter cabin called Yuegong-1 – Lunar Palace – on the campus of Beihang University, testing the limits of humans' ability to live in a self-contained space, the official Xinhua news agency says
Facial fragments, including a jawbone and several teeth, have been found at a site called Misliya Cave in Israel, one of several prehistoric cave sites located on Mount Carmel.
(3rd UPDATE) 'Both satellites were confirmed separated, acquired and they are on orbit,' Arianespace says in an updated statement
How many emotions does a human being express or suppress in a lifetime? Could we even count and identify them?