Rappler's latest stories on scientific research
National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr says this is in line with the government's goal to sustainably develop and protect the country's marine resources
Philippine Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr now says he was 'reliably informed' that under international law, countries cannot ban marine surveys
'Exceptions invite bribe$,' Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr says in a tweet as he announces a 'universal ban' on marine scientific surveys
The 29 Nobel Prize winners in science and 6 recipients of the Fields Medal say open European borders have helped the continent make up ground lost to US researchers in the wake of World War II
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'It can be misleading because it gives you the wrong impression that there are so many researches going on in Benham Rise,' says maritime expert Jay Batongbacal
Did DFA approve 13 marine scientific research (MSR) applications in Benham Rise for the US alone? Not necessarily.
The permit allows China to gather data on the ocean circulation in the Western Pacific, covering the 'eastern side of Luzon and Mindanao'
European researchers discover that data on the social network can be used to identify those who are most likely to communicate diseases
The scientific breakthrough can potentially allow researchers to better understand breast cancer
A twisted rope of magnetically charged energy precedes solar storms that have the potential to damage satellites and electricity grids
Filipino scientist Apollo Arquiza part of the NASA team on space food studies says astronauts may one day dine on chicken or pork adobo
To turn our back on science and technology will inevitably condemn our country to perpetual economic backwardness
Researchers say people who prefer alternative information sources are more susceptible to believing fake news
Paleontologists have found fossils of a giant armadillo a crocodile bigger than a bus and a saber toothed tiger