Maya-2, the Philippines’ second cube satellite, was successfully released into orbit by the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday, March 14, along with Paraguay’s GuaraniSat-1 and Japan’s Tsuru.
The Philippines may soon expand its electronics testing market to the US as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recognized recently the testing capabilities of the DOST’s Electronics Product Development Center (EPDC).
The projects are geared towards addressing the gap in the country’s workforce for data scientists that enables and strengthens the government to adapt data-driven governance and evidence-based management.
The partnership with TikTok is a six-month collaboration where TikTok will be providing training for researchers on how to use the platform for science communication, promotion of Filipino technologies, and conduct contests for the Filipino TikTok community.
Researchers from the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) have developed a simulation modeling software to enhance Manila Water’s capability in forecasting the water supply system of Angat-Ipo-La Mesa Dams and its treatment plants and storage reservoir.
Researchers from the UP Diliman, in partnership with the DOST, has developed a low-cost, high-quality aerosol monitors to help find ways in minimizing air pollution in the cities.
The Startup Grant Program will provide funding opportunities for innovative startups for their research and development (R&D) activities as they develop solutions for the “new normal”.
The course will teach the learners about the acquisition of government data and information, as well as personal and public safety protection.