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.
As teachers scramble for ways to find a viable and effective way of teaching mathematics in the “new normal”, the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) has developed an online platform that makes math more interesting and engaging for students.
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.
The homegrown technologies developed by local researchers range from robotics to logistics support.
The Sample Collection Booths (SCBs) passed the required validation test from four hospitals and will now be delivered by April 30 to testing locations around the country.
The problem of the lack of effective face masks motivated a team from the Caraga State University (CSU) to develop a “nanocellulose” filter for face masks that is sourced from waste materials.
After exceeding its projected life span of 18 months with four years of journey in space, the country’s first micro-satellite – Diwata-1 – is ending its mission and is expected to burn up as it re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere.
Ranging from nano-enhanced sanitizers to mobile AI-powered thermal scanners, the technologies are DOST’s quick response to the ongoing pandemic that has endangered the lives of many.