Tuesday, July 16, 2024
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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.

DOST researchers find new insights in tech-driven science, math education

The researchers noted that “Will” is a more important factor for science teachers, whereas “Skill” is more important for mathematics teachers when it comes to integrating ICT into the classroom.

DOST targets upper tier in global innovation ranking in 2 years

After the country reached this year its best record in the Global Innovation Index (GII), the Department of Science and Technology is targeting to significantly advance further in two years.

Senate bill proposes science, math schools in every province

The bill mandates all provinces in the Philippines which do not have at least one public math and science high school currently operating within their respective geographical boundaries to work with the DepEd to establish at least one public math and science high school within their respective provincial capitals.

After years of digging, UP-led team unveils ‘Homo Luzonensis’

In 2007, Dr. Armand Salvador B. Mijares of UP already noted a new hominid species, which was called "Callao Man" based on a foot bone excavated at Callao Cave. But the recent discovery of the teeth and bones were sufficient to reclassify "Callao Man" as Homo Luzonensis.

Microsoft rolls out Minecraft tutorial to entice students to take up IT

With Minecraft game designers, computer science educators, and Code.org's learning designers on board, the new Minecraft tutorial introduces coding concepts using the popular video game.

PH underlines role of S&T in Asean packaging industry

Packaging is a unique industry as it serves virtually all industries.

PH seeks to meet UN benchmark with more scientists in 10 years

In a decade, the country is expected to have 380 scientists, engineers, and researchers for every one million Filipinos, the suggested benchmark of the Unesco, a science and technology official said.

Gov’t adds more S&T courses available for scholarships

The Philippine government has added more science and technology courses available for undergraduate and junior level science scholarships.

Dagupan to hold first robotics science fair in November

The collaboration, which aims to inculcate scientific innovation and robotics learning among the kids of Dagupan City and other areas of Pangasinan, was the result of the partnership that started when SEI celebrated the World Space Week in the city in 2011.
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