Guyabano’s Health Benefits

Most of us would love to make guyabano fruit juice, puree, tea and shake. This fruit is grown in Central America, sub-Saharan parts of Africa and Southeast Asia. Filipinos believe…

e-Sensing Technology in the Philippines

Science works again as DOST-ITDI (Department of Science and Technology – Industrial Technology Development Institute) developed e-Nose and e-Tongue technology which can mimic the human senses. Electronic sensing will be…

NASA approved science experiments of Grade Schools

A Science Symposium was held at Hardy Elementary School last October. The event was participated by students from Hardy, Parmley and Turner Elementary Schools in the Willis Independent School District….

Science Experiments on Newton’s Law of Motion

A science experiment hosted by Montana Space Grant Consortium, NASA and Montana State University is now experienced by grade school children. According to Fourth-grade teacher Deanna Collins, 30 students at…

Pine Tree Oil Extraction Training

Recently, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) conducted a two-and-a-half day training on pine tree oil extraction. There were 13 attendees of the training and they are planning to…

Ovicidal-Larvicial Mosquito Trap

The Department of Science and Technology had developed Ovicidal-Larvicial Mosquito Trap, or OL Trap, which will be available in the market soon. According to DOST Ilocos Norte director Fehlander Madriaga,…

High School Robotics Competition

Recently, high school students from Grace Christian College (GCC) topped maiden year of the Philippines’ first and only varsity-type robotic competition. According to the team of Gracean “Tagisang Robotics” was…

GPS Technology Can Predict Earthquake

Global Positioning System or GPS refers to arbitrary images of maps, grid, satellites, automobile and handheld navigation devices, or military-slash-secret service gadgets used for investigation. When the use of GPS…