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Rizal National Science HS tops first all-female robotics contest

The country’s first-ever and only all-female robotics competition in the country dubbed “Tagisang Robotics Competition (TRC): Girls & Gears” was held last August 19 at the PICC in Pasay City.

Pinoy students capture silver, bronze medals in 64th Int’l Math Olympiad

The Philippines' medal harvest in the international mathematical stage continues as six young Filipino students secured three silver and three bronze medals in the 64th International Mathematical Olympiad held in Chiba, Japan on July 2 to 13.

Makati’s Pitogo High School secures 4-peat win in robotics contest

After winning The Best Team Award in 2019, the Best Rookie Team and Best Team in 2013, and again as Best Team in 2014, Pitogo High School once more showed that they were still the team-to-beat in Tagisang Robotics held last May 27.

Report: Many S&T graduates land in non-S&T jobs

Data showed that about 76% of S&T graduates landed in non-S&T jobs, or those which are not related to their field of study.

Gov’t study shows number of Pinay scientists on the rise

Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) for the years 1990 to 2015 show that females account for nearly half of the country’s total science and technology (S&T) workforce.

DOST-SEI, BPI Foundation ink pact for ‘new’ Innovation Awards

The rebranding of the project comes in time for BPI’s 170th founding anniversary.

3-year study shows favorable view of Pinoy students on STEM subjects

A survey of over 1,000 grade school students across the country in K3 to K6 levels found that the children had “a neutral to positive attitude, awareness, and knowledge” of science despite the subject’s perceived difficulty.

Six-member PH team bags 6 medals at International Math Olympiad

While the country’s sports athletes are still waging their impressive campaign at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, every one of the six-member Philippine team to the recently concluded 62nd International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) each won a medal at one of the most difficult and most prestigious mathematics competitions in the world.

Pinoy kids triumph in int’l programming contest in SG

Three Filipino high school kids just bagged three bronze medals in the most prestigious and most difficult competitive programming event in the world.

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.
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