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11 April 2021

  • DOST to manufacturers, researchers: Use our 3D printing technologies
    “If you can imagine it, you can print it, and the possibilities are limitless.” This was how materials science experts and researchers from the Advanced Manufacturing Center-Materials Development (AMCen-Matdev) laboratory of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) summed up their case to encourage manufacturers, academic and professional researchers, educators and even artists to use […]
  • Youth urged: Engage in aquaculture to secure fish supply
    The African swine fever that is threatening the protein supplies of the country still grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic prompted the chief of an international research center to call for more youth to be involved in aquaculture. “Now, more than ever, is the time for our youth to engage in the efficient production of healthy […]
  • Science Tech Tok top 3 winners declared
    Students from the Marcelo H. Del Pilar National High School bagged first place in the first-ever Search for Science Tech Tok youth competition held recently. The school’s entry, “Let’s Learn and be Mahu-Sci,” won over 160 video entries produced by high-schools nationwide. The winning team was composed of Frances Sophia D. Flores, Pia Bianca B.Laxa […]
  • Zayed Sustainability Prize opens for 2022 edition
    The Zayed Sustainability Prize, the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) pioneering global award for rewarding impact, innovation and inspiration, has announced that the 2022 edition is now open for submissions. Entries will be accepted until May 6 via the Prize’s online portal for five sustainability categories: heath, food, energy, water and global high schools. Applicants who […]
  • DOST-PCHRD inks pact with US hospital, NIH for joint work in health research
    The Philippine Council for Health Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCHRD) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Massachusetts General Hospital for research programs in identified priority areas in health. This MOU also covers training opportunities in Harvard University and its network of affiliate institutions, Science Secretary Fortunato T. de […]

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