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In terms of the fundamental wiring of human brains, science knows why we pay more attention to negative news
PRESS RELEASE: The research is a proposed system for a more efficient method of managing traffic in intersections
'The fact that we are excelling in these fields in the global stage says that we have the potential to make wonders in other disciplines as well,' says DOST Secretary Fortunato de la Peña
We thrive as humans because we are diverse. None of us is normal.
Nothing human is ever simple. Complexity is the weight of our worth.
We have to acknowledge that we are not machines – that we break, and when we do, they strike a blow to our organs too, such as our hearts
If we knew more about more kinds of foods and their impact, then we could make better individual and community judgments as well as national policies that will affect our food security
The Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award is given to outstanding civil servants for their exceptional contributions with nationwide impact on public interest, security and patrimony
Time will always move regardless of what we do. But this tyranny of the present is cutting us off from the future we want.
PRESS RELEASE: Jay Patrick Nieles is also the recipient of the Best in Innovation Award for the same study
The new lab aims to develop a sustainable space program in the country and empower Filipino students to pursue careers in space technology
Emotions do not stay still. They move in multilateral paths and, at times, they even run.
PRESS RELEASE: The nationwide examination will be held on October 20, 2019
Heavy multitasking really disrupts attention, and attention is essential to sustain a path towards a goal
AIM's data science students present 16 artificial intelligence solutions to real-world problems
I feel that we should first seriously think about the possible costs of another wave of technology, this time targeting the human brain itself
The 94-member Philippine team raked in medals at the 3rd International Junior Math Olympiad and the 1st Vanda Science Global Finals in Malaysia
What is the latest happening on the ground with ordinary mortals who are doing science to try to read people's minds?
We seek advice because we want to hear from other people and find possible solutions to our problems, or new ways of looking at challenges. But what does it do to the one who gives the advice?
The 7 are among those invited to be part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as its new members
The Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) has not been able to get back P461 million worth of refunds from businesses for over 10 years now
Whether you are creating the art or beholding it, art changes you – by rejoicing, awakening, rethinking, or healing
PRESS RELEASE: Senior high school students can now apply to participate in the 3rd imake.wemake tech competition
Kidapawan City Regional Trial Court Judge Henelinda Diaz says the search warrants used to conduct the raid on the home of then CFCST president Samson Molao are invalid
Music is not an insertion in our lives but a fundamental wiring that, once awakened, will help shape the humans that we are
We cannot grow more oceans but we can grow more forests. A return to the forests should now capture human imagination.
'We call on the public to be part of a movement for responsible stewardship not only for WPS but all the seas surrounding the country. We hope that such involvement would not stop in share, likes and comments in social media,' UP Marine Science Institute says
The two filmmakers and documentarists are among those invited by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to be part of the organization
The team behind the franchise shares how they made the special effects possible in the films, despite the challenges
Hello human marauder. The nature you knew, the one who served you and your ancestors, is now down to her endlings.
In the case of lost wallets, it would seem that most of us are not willing to pay the mental cost of feeling like a thief
According to the Wellcome Global Monitor 2018, the Philippines is among 19 countries 'where people most likely have high trust' in scientists
Studies suggest that just as there is no one simple cause to political, religious, or social radicalization, there is also no one strong hand punitive measure to solve radicalization
Normally, when you think of nature, you do not think of structure. But the work of people like mathematician and science writer Margaret Wertheim will convince you otherwise.
In the span of a week, students of the Philippine Science High School build a movement to take on the school’s highest officials and change campus culture on sexual harassment
PRESS RELEASE: The deadline for the submission of applications for the 2020 Undergraduate Scholarships Program is September 6, 2019
The Court of Appeals finds the former Makati mayor guilty of serious dishonesty, grave misconduct, and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service over irregularities in the Makati Science High School building project
PRESS RELEASE: The national delegation comes home victorious after winning a Gold Award for Project Presentation and Finalist on Project Research
The deadline for submission of proposals is on July 12, 2019
Amid the Philippine Science High School controversy, DOST Secretary Fortunato de la Peña says they will better educate students on ethical behavior and proper use of technology
The cases of Philippine Science High School now and St. Theresa's College Cebu in 2012 show that, when it comes to meting out punishment, an iron hand is used for girls while boys are treated with kid gloves
'We assure the public that the PSHS Board has exerted best efforts in arriving at this decision and we request that this be respected,' says the Philippine Science High School board of trustees
Vice President Leni Robredo says changing the culture of abuse against women in the Philippines 'begins with calling out behavior that is disrespectful and abusive to women, and ensuring that it is appropriately sanctioned'
(UPDATED) But 3 of the 6 erring boys will still receive their diplomas from the Philippine Science High School
A Philippine Science High School student shares how she found the courage to hold her tormentors accountable
The science and art of the power of music to help us become better human beings are solid and irrefutable
Senator Bam Aquino, a member of the Philippine Science High School board, says he will vote in favor of the recommendation not to allow the students to graduate
The petition urges the Philippine Science High School Board of Trustees to review its decision allowing 6 male students to graduate despite sharing lewd photos of their fellow female students online