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Student scientist Maria Isabel Layson finds practical medicinal uses for the local plant.
Sixteen-year-old Maria Isabel Layson recently competed at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in Phoenix, Arizona from May 12 to 17. She, along with 11 other Filipino delegates, was among 1,800 student scientists from over 80 countries to compete ...
 
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Janice Lao is making it a point to create green changes in businesses.
Whether it’s become evident or not, a green revolution has erupted across the globe. Developed countries such as the Scandinavian nations, Japan, and Switzerland lead the pack when it comes to sustainable practices. The Philippines is catching up with the movement through ...
 
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Globally, only 30 percent of the workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math are women.
The Philippines, according to recent reports, has roughly half the number of researchers it needs. The country has only 189 researchers for every 1,000,000 Filipinos, the lowest ratio in all of Southeast Asia.In a global economy where science and technology are the ...
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