Rappler's latest stories on research and development
[OPINION] Are we going to prioritize research and development after this?
'Wouldn't it be beneficial to future generations if we start noticing and trusting the talents of our own people instead of doubting their capabilities?'
Gov't, businesses told: Set aside growth targets, focus on public health
Economists from the Ateneo de Manila University urge the Philippines' top 30 companies to donate at least P1 billion each to combat the coronavirus
Huawei to shift research from hostile U.S. to Canada – founder
The company is also planning to manufacture 5G equipment outside China and build factories in Europe 'to win more trust,' says Ren Zhengfei
U.P., DOST institute set up joint lab for space tech
The new lab aims to develop a sustainable space program in the country and empower Filipino students to pursue careers in space technology
LOOK: Disney's humanoid acrobat in action
The autonomous robot can correct itself in air to land tricks flawlessly. It is being designed for use in Disney theme parks, and potentially, Disney movies in the future
Malay gov't considers wastewater treatment by German partners in Boracay
Local officials are considering partnering with a German group to implement a low-cost, community-based approach to wastewater treatment in the island
PH lacks 19,000 scientists in research and dev't – Bam Aquino
The Balik Scientist Bill seeks to institutionalize the program of the Department of Science and Technology that encourages overseas Filipino scientists to return and serve the country
Preserving the memory of glaciers
Glaciers hold the memory of former climates and help to predict future environmental changes says the Institute of Research for Development
DOST researchers win P1.3 million in total prizes for published studies
The DOST rewards researchers for having their studies published in international journals
Making policy decisions on the Philippine scientific enterprise system
It isn’t just about how much we put in; it’s also about whether we can efficiently and strategically use it
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IMF urges innovation to battle global growth slowdown
The International Monetary Fund says businesses in advanced economies should invest 40 more in research and development on average
Recto: P850M in DOST's 2016 budget for post-grad scholarships
These MS and PhD graduates in science form the bedrock of our development If we want to grow this is one urgently needed human capital we must develop
Create healthy cities, decolonize urban planning
I think Manila is making the same mistakes the US did 100 years ago when it planned for cars and profits for a few instead of people
PH should boost R and D sector – economist
The Philippines needs to build more farm to market roads and boost the research and development sector to sustain or even improve its economic growth says an economist
UK Newton Fund seeks proposals for health projects in PH
UK’s Newton Fund seeks collaboration opportunities for health projects in the Philippines up to £4 million
ASEAN 2015 'losers': Vulnerable sectors
Experts say even the ASEAN integration should take the route of inclusive growth or else it will do more damage than good
ASEAN integration and better opportunities in PH
Will the ASEAN integration and its promise of better opportunities keep highly skilled Filipinos from leaving the Philippines?
How well do you know your biological clock?
As we go on with our daily activities we observe 3 clocks: the biological clock the solar clock and the social clock Are Filipinos able to synchronize these clocks every day?
Yes, you can slow down the speed of light!
A Filipino scientist in Scotland helps prove that it can be done even in vacuum
Doctors slam 'poorly designed’ study on anti-dengue drug
It is our obligation to stop the expanded use of scientifically unproven treatments say the Philippine College of Physicians and the Philippine Society for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Is the anti-dengue drug trial ordered by Ona ethical?
The Philippine Council for Health Research and Development says it approved only the technical aspects of the clinical trials of ActRx TriAct for dengue treatment
DOH: No legal basis for Ona's order on anti-dengue treatment
The DOH rebukes its own chief saying the clinical trials he ordered in September should not have taken place
Is Ona on his way out?
UPDATED Health Secretary Enrique Ona expects to meet President Benigno Aquino III on the last day of his month long leave Whether he will be asked to stay on will depend on the President
Beyond #PisayContract, strengthen S&T in PH – netizens
Netizens argue for and against the fairness of binding high school students to a science course in college but they rally behind the need for gov t to invest more in the field of science and technology
PH, US launch joint research on climate change, agri, health
The US a science and technology giant and the Philippines launch a framework that makes it easier for their scientists to collaborate on priority research topics
Senators to Palace: Choose between Pangilinan and Alcala
Senators say having two secretaries poor infrastructure and low investment in research led to the dismal performance of the agriculture sector
Research in the Little Red Dot
Big bets sowed by the country in science technology and engineering in the last two decades are now reaping benefits but challenges remain as the city state looks to the future
Innovating for the Asian consumer
Singapore’s research and development program draws global giants that want to reach the Asian consumer
Lowly microbes, high-tech research
A Singapore based research institution is studying how the lowly biofilm can make an impact on environmental and public health issues
A ‘collaboratory’ for urban solutions
A Singaporean research campus is home to local and foreign expertise in the city state’s quest to find solutions for a changing urban landscape
In Numbers: Singapore R&D
Facts and figures about research and development in Singapore
Little city, big science
We take the pulse of Singapore s science and technology community through some of its prominent institutions and centers to see how far the country has come in terms of R D – and what lies ahead
A green train ride in UP
The Automated Guideway Transit a zero carbon emission train on test run offers a different refreshing view of the UP Diliman campus
PH Navy's 2012 fuel expenses breach P1-B mark
The gasoline oil and lubricants cost triple since 2010 a Commission on Audit report reveals
As demand for paper rises, DOST looks at other sources
With eco friendly packaging in mind the department s Forest Product Research and Development Institute is looking for better ways of producing paper based packaging
Are you looking for a scholarship in science or engineering?
A new scholarship program that aims to support the country s future scientists and engineers is set to be launched on Thursday May 17
Can you 'create' new rainbow colors?
How a new process for creating rainbows can speed up your Internet connection
More money allotted for malunggay research
The government is increasing the budget for health research a large slug of which will go to fund a project for turning malunggay into medicine
Filipino scientists develop quick test to detect dengue
New Biotek M test kit for detecting dengue is developed at UP Manila; test can tell if patient has dengue or not within 1 hour