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 A United Nations Development Program (UNDP)-led project will conduct scientific studies on the effects of mining and upland farming on coastal areas in Lanuza Bay in this province.

An enormous black worm that lives in the mud of the sea floor and survives on the remnants of noxious gases digested by bacteria has been unveiled by scientists for the first time.

Humans likely developed large and powerful brains with the help of what is today the simplest of snacks: fruit.

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The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is investing P377 million this year for research and development aimed at crafting new drugs based on bio-materials culled from the Philippines’ biodiversity.

Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu has vowed to prioritize environmental protection through full implementation of existing laws.

The Philippines has sent delegates to the latest round of climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany.

Filipinos can now call, text and connect to the internet in times of calamity through “small cellular” technology, the Philippine Red Cross said.

  One of four El Nido Resorts properties in Northern Palawan has maintained its natural beauty – rugged limestone cliffs and crystalline waters amid a rich diversity of animal, marine and plant life.

Mindoro Occidental Rep. Josephine Sato is advocating the bayanihan approach to protect and conserve the country’s biodiversity.

Residents of Manila, Pasig and Taguig should think twice before throwing away plastic sachets.

Research conducted by scientists and researchers from the University of San Agustin in Iloilo City has discovered special types of microorganisms found in sediments from the ocean floor that can kill aggressive disease-causing bugs or “superbugs.”

The Department of Science and Technology-Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) has developed a charcoaling kiln to produce high quality charcoal from bamboo for industrial use.

– It’s being called “gray death” – a new and dangerous opioid combo that underscores the ever-changing nature of the US addictions epidemic.