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PRESS RELEASE: The deadline for the submission of applications for the 2020 Undergraduate Scholarships Program is September 6, 2019
Be the next Manila Water Foundation Prize for Engineering Excellence awardee and get a chance to promote your social development projects
PRESS RELEASE: 313 out of 616 passed the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination given in May 2019
Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed civil engineers!
PRESS RELEASE: Girls from 52 schools in Manila, Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro participate in career caravans and mentoring and training sessions
Congratulations to all the passers!
The 10-year mission will involve a probe sent to a near-Earth asteroid to collect samples, says Liu Jizhong, head of China's Exploration and Space Engineering Center
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Town Mayor Gaudioso R. Manalo asks the Philippine Coast Guard to order a vessel of Seagate Engineering and Buildsystems to leave Lobo River alone
(UPDATED) 'The choice of law and the venue for disputes is once again surrendered by the Philippines in favor of China,' senatorial bet Neri Colmenares tells Rappler
The Duterte government seems to be exaggerating the benefits of the Kaliwa Dam project and downplaying its costs and risks
1,538 out of 3,046 passed the Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination and 31 out of 87 passed the Certified Plant Mechanic Licensure Examination
The appellate court rules that PLDT and the Meralco Industrial Engineering Services Corporation did not engage in labor-only contracting
Bing's temporary disruption comes as a surprise because the search engine has followed China's censorship rules
Bing's disruption comes as the United States and China are locked in a bruising trade war, with US accusations that China steals technological know-how among the core disagreements.
The explosion happened 'during a scientific research experiment' on wastewater treatment, says the Beijing Fire Department
'Mortal Engines' is so dogged in its desire to push the narrative forward as fast and bombastic as possible that the film barely has any room to breathe
(UPDATED) The hearing will look at how internet firms may 'suppress particular viewpoints and manipulate public opinion,' says US lawmaker Bob Goodlatte
Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed chemical engineers
Addressing pertinent issues in the Philippines through technology, a local company demonstrates its idea of nation-building, and encourages the youth to pursue careers in STEM
American troops from the 19th Engineer Battalion, based in Fort Knox, Kentucky, uncoil reel and reel of vicious-looking fencing
PRESS RELEASE: 6,262 out of 13,887 passed the Civil Engineer Licensure Examination
'Over the next 5 years, we expect a reduction of 7,000 jobs,' many coming from early retirement, CEO Nobuaki Kurumatani says
PRESS RELEASE: Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed geodetic engineers
The Sandiganbayan says unless Proceso Maligalig chooses to make a rebuttal, documents submitted to court are enough to declare him guilty of graft and malversation
Google releases an email sent to employees from Sundar Pichai saying 48 people had been terminated for sexual harassment in the past two years, including 13 who were senior managers and above and that none received 'an exit package'
'The perfect search engine would be like the mind of God,' Google co-founder Sergey Brin has once said
One day, a personal fitness tracker might note that a user’s resting heart rate is 15% higher this week than the average over the past six months. From there, Google might offer up research or doctors’ advice about cardiovascular health
Legal and media experts say Google and other internet firms enjoy the same constitutional protections on free speech as news outlets
Officers discover the body of a woman, wearing only her underwear and with electric wire around her neck, hidden in a suitcase inside a large wooden box in the professor's office
Algorithms, AI, crawlers – here's a look at some of the underpinnings of Google's search engine
A top White House aide suggests some type of regulation may be coming in response to the president's complaints
851 out of 1,502 passed the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineer Licensure Examination
'We urgently need more transparency, a seat at the table, and a commitment to clear and open processes: Google employees need to know what we're building,' they say in the letter, according to the Times
The deadline for the submission of nominations is extended until September 17, 2018
Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed Sanitary Engineers
Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed mining engineers!
Google withdrew its search engine from China 8 years ago due to censorship and hacking but it is now working on a project for the country codenamed 'Dragonfly,' according to Google employees
'It will be a dark day for internet freedom if Google has acquiesced to China's extreme censorship rules to gain market access,' says an Amnesty International researcher
The London-listed company, whose engines are used in Airbus and Boeing aircraft, says the latest cuts would produce $536 million of annual cost savings by the end of 2020
Congratulations to the latest batch of newly licensed chemical engineers!
This time, there will be 'no collusion' between the Chinese firms and local companies, says Marawi rehabilitation task force chief Eduardo del Rosario
These two Chinese firms are now part of the Bangon Marawi Consortium, a group of Chinese and Filipino companies tapped to rebuild areas hit by the Marawi siege
PRESS RELEASE: 2,738 out of 7,599 passed the May 2018 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination
'Lower-skilled jobs in labor-intensive sectors will be increasingly displaced by technology that is cheaper and more accessible,' says the International Labour Organization
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John Giannandrea, Google's former head of AI and search, represents Apple's bid to keep up with the competition when it comes to its AI technology
The Tiangong-1 is expected to make an uncontrolled earthbound plunge on Monday, April 2, but Chinese authorities say there is 'no need for people to worry'
Such falling spacecraft do 'not crash into the Earth fiercely like in sci-fi movies, but turn into a splendid (meteor shower) and move across the beautiful starry sky as they race towards the Earth,' China Manned Space Engineering Office says