Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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DOST launches STEM career guidebook for students

Featuring a variety of career specializations that go beyond the popular fields, the guidebook aims to develop a culture of science and technology among the youth, promote STEM education, and popularize careers that are unfamiliar to many.

Pinoy students rack up medals in science Olympiads

Three Philippine teams captured a total of six bronze medals, two honorable mentions, and a merit citation in the recently concluded international biology, chemistry and physics Olympiads.

PH wins 2 bronzes, 4 honorable mentions at 63rd Int’l Math Olympiad

Six Filipino students took home two bronze medals and four honorable mentions at the 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad, which was held in-person for the first time after two years.

Robotics contest kicks off new game, welcomes 15 school participants

The Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) is introducing a new game for its local competition Tagisang Robotics, which will now be a fully virtual robotics contest instead of the usual on-court varsity challenge.

DLSU student repeats as champ in PH programming contest

After winning bronze in last year’s 31st IOI held in Azerbaijan, Dan Alden Baterisna from DLSU Senior High School topped this year’s NOI.PH Finals to once again secure a slot in the national team

PH to compete in first ever online Int’l Math Olympiad

The 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), originally slated this July in St. Petersburg, Russia, will push through via a first-ever online competition.

DOST-SEI scholarships hit new record with 9,852 passers

This year's qualifiers breached the 8,994 mark of last year's passers, up by 10 percent, a record for the scholarship program which started in 1958.
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