As the Philippines enters the rainy season, researchers from the DOST and UP have unveiled the development of severe wind hazard maps for susceptible buildings around the country.
The two tech projects from DLSU can reduce traffic congestion in the Philippines by using shared network systems with ample data on roads and highways.
To commemorate the devastating 1990 Luzon earthquake on its 30th year, DOST-Phivolcs announced that it will launch a new app called GeoMapperPH on Thursday, July 16.
The DOST said it is collaborating with DepEd to enhance STEM learning for elementary and high school students through two radio programs, which will be rolled out in time for the opening of classes this school year.
The DOST launched on Friday, June 19, the mobile app for its e-commerce site OneSTore.ph as a way of expanding the digital platform for entrepreneurs to sell their homegrown products.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) said it is currently supporting a team of scientists who are developing a new instrument system that can read diagnostic kits used to for Covid-19 testing.
The homegrown technologies developed by local researchers range from robotics to logistics support.
PSHS executive director Lilia Habacon said a new curriculum is now being prepared that would offer two options or modes — flexible learning and online learning.