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Philippines to Build First Offshore Wind Farm

Akhyari Hanantoone month ago
Eco-Business speaks with wind developer Theo Sunico of Triconti ECC, which has tapped into the Philippines’ nascent wind market. Wind ...

What's 10 km Under Sea Surface? This Filipino Scientist Returns from There

Akhyari Hananto2 months ago
Deo Florence Onda has completed a historic dive to Emden Deep, the third deepest place on earth. Emden Deep is located in ...

New Species of Ancient Human Unearthed in the Philippines

Akhyari Hananto3 months ago
A strange new species may have joined the human family. Human fossils found in a cave on Luzon, the largest ...

Philippines Declares Feb. 1 as National Hijab Day

Akhyari Hananto4 months ago
In a “milestone” move, the Philippines House of Representatives has approved a bill declaring the first day of February as ...

Why Texas Was Once Called "New Philippines" ?

Akhyari Hananto4 months ago
Before Filipinos wrested freedom and independence from their former Spanish colonizers, Manila was once a shining pearl of the Spanish ...

Scientists Find Shocking New Snake Species in Philippines

Akhyari Hananto5 months ago
Photographs of the Waray dwarf burrowing snake (Levitonius mirus): holotype (A) and paratypes (B and C). Scale bars – 10 ...

Philippines Massive Call-Center Industry

Akhyari Hananto5 months ago
The Philippines is now home to the largest call center industry in the world, having overtaken the Business Process Outsourcing ...

These Prehistoric Plants in the Philippines Are Older Than Dinosaurs

Akhyari Hananto5 months ago
Cycads, a classification of spermatophytes or seed plants, have been around for hundreds of millions of years ago. In fact, ...

Biker Dog Bogie Thrills Fans as He Crosses Philippine highways

Siwi Tri mawarni6 months ago
With his black sports jacket, reflective aviator sunglasses, and bespoke orange helmet with holes so his ears can stick out, Bogie the dog sure ...

Filipino Student Turned Rotten Vegetables into Solar Windows

Aurellya Rahmada6 months ago
Not All Rotten are Forgotten. Carvey Maigue, a student from Mapua University, proof that phrase is true after all. He has ...