PH Space Agency celebrates celebrates World Space Week 2022
PH to boost maritime security through space-enabled tech
Space tech eyed to boost maritime response, security and domain awareness.
PhilSA joins Dubai Expo, Int’l Astronautical Congress in UAE
The Expo 2020 Dubai Space Week aims to probe the benefits, solutions, and challenges of exploring beyond our country’s orbit.
NASA, PhilSA, UP seek to empower communities through satellite data
Women-experts from the marine and space science sectors discussed how space technology is utilized for ocean research, protection and management efforts.
Pro-marine life compostable packaging wins 3M Inspire Challenge
The proposal aims to help solve the problem of plastic pollution.
#PhilippineSatelliteWatch: an overview on the space imaging capabilities of the Filipino
The initiative showcases satellite images of Philippine land and water features, homegrown space imaging capabilities and earth observation techniques.
PhilSA, UAE Space Agency eyeing future partnerships in space programs
Editor’s note: This story was published in whole with permission from the Philippine Space Agency. Original story appears here. The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA) held a bilateral meeting on the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the Philippines and the UAE…
PH eyes next gen satellites, new Earth Observation by 2023
The Philippines is gearing up for its next generation of satellites and eyes launching new Earth Observation satellite in space by 2023.
PhilSA officials urge students: ‘Get that PhD,’ ‘Don’t stop asking questions’
PH Space Agency officials urge student to pursue advanced degree as part of a commitment to innovation, excellence and public service.
Pisay offers online Science Comms training to Grade 10
PISAYCOM envisions to inspire Filipino youth to communicate science towards national consciousness and enhance participants’ ability to laymanize science content through multimedia.
To the moon and back: PhilSA’s roadmap towards a space-capable and spacefaring nation
The Philippine Space Agency plans to achieve a thriving local space ecosystem by 2030.
Making space for women: helping women reach for the stars
Almost half of Science practitioners in the Philippines are women but most of them are in the health sector.
Filipino Youth Collaborate as Volunteers to Teach Science, Math Online for Free
Young Filipinos are taking initiatives during these trying times to help students learn essential competencies in science and math through free online-tutorial services.
Are We ‘Flattening the Curve’?
Don’t believe anyone who says the curve is flattening based solely on the reduction of new cases.
The First Bottle School in Asia
The little town of Rizal, Laguna often meets criticism by its neighboring towns. A fifth class municipality, it does not boast of huge economic gains or tax revenues. No big malls, cinema, or loud bars. To some, it is known as the dirt-poor municipality of Laguna. But the mayor does not mind. After all, Rizal…
Freelance: The Price of Freedom
I am writing this piece with a Post-It note of my backlogs: a research proposal, three science articles, and two pitches. Not to mention my piles of papers to check (including a thesis draft) as a part-time lecturer in a university. Freelancing doesn’t sound so free after all. I decided to go completely freelance on January…
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