Rappler's latest stories on Filipino scientists
Several Filipino scientists formerly based abroad lend their expertise as the Philippines seeks a better understanding of the coronavirus pandemic
Students manufacture 3D-printed face shields while young engineers design an improvised disinfection chamber
Among Michael Angelo Promentilla's notable studies is an eco-friendly cement substitute using pulverized fuel ash from coal-fired power plants
'We would like to find more diagnostic human remains for further research on the new hominin species Homo luzonensis,' says the research team who will be digging again in Callao Cave for 6 weeks
DLSU professor Michael Angelo Promentilla's team seeks to convert wastewater into nutrient-rich fertilizer to improve farming
'There should be a seat reserved for the academe in our legislative house. No, not a party list, and not a consultancy, but an actual seat reserved for experts.'
Here's a rundown of some of the most exciting and memorable scientific stories in the Philippines in 2019
National Scientist Teodulo Topacio, known for his contributions to veterinary medicine, dies at 94
'This law will address the lack of scientists in the country, so we can catch up with our Asian neighbors, which has more people working for research and development,' says Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, author of the measure
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Meet the 8 Filipinos who made it to the 2018 edition of the Asian Scientist 100 list
The Presidential Spokesman claims he was referring to China, not Filipino scientists and researchers, when he said 'no one can do it, because, apparently, it's capital intensive'
(UPDATES) To utilize resources in Philippine territories, a scientists' group urges the government to support Filipino scientists 'instead of being servile to China in exchange for foreign aid'
The Explorer Bus aims to encourage students around the country to appreciate science concepts by taking part in the experience of learning
Here s a short wishlist from the Pinoy scientists themselves
A Filipino scientist in Scotland helps prove that it can be done even in vacuum
To turn our back on science and technology will inevitably condemn our country to perpetual economic backwardness