05 May 2022
Familiar names dominated yet again in the 2022 National Olympiad in Informatics – Philippines (NOI.PH).
After nabbing bronze in the 33rd International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) held last year in Singapore, Raphael Dylan T. Dalida of the Philippine Science High School – Main Campus looks to get another chance for the gold as he topped the national event, besting 29 finalists in the online NOI.PH last April 23-24.
13 April 2022
The country’s science and technology human resources development arm has no shortage of outstanding women in its fold. Hence, in celebration of the National Women’s Month, it honored five of its own women-leaders who have stamped their marks in implementing and advancing the Institute’s programs.
Dubbed as the “Leading Ladies in S&T”, the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) feted the recognition to its Director, Dr. Josette Biyo; Chief of the S&T Manpower, Education Research and Promotions Division, Dr. Ruby Cristobal; former Chief of the Science Education and Innovations Division, Ruby Laña; former Supervising Science Research Specialist (SRS) and Head of the Research Unit, Imelda Sario, and Supervising SRS at the S&T Scholarship Division, Ma. Daisy Demoni-Sison. The ceremony was held on March 29 to cap of the month-long celebration.
11 April 2022
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields in the Philippines have become appealing to more and more Filipino women.
Researchers from the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) recently found that there is significant increase in the number of females in the field of STEM. The study entitled “Women in Science” focused on the state of Filipino women and girls pursuing careers in STEM and was launched last March 31, as part of DOST-SEI's celebration of women’s month.
25 March 2022
A perfect score seals the deal in the recently concluded 24th Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO).
Raphael Dylan T. Dalida of the Philippine Science High School – Main Campus, a veteran and a two-time medalist at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), topped over two dozen finalists in this year’s PMO with a perfect score, a rare feat in the national competition.