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The Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology is implementing a program called 2018 Search for Wyeth Nutrition Kid Innovators in partnership with Wyeth Philippines, Inc. (WPI). This program is divided into two different categories, namely:

1. Upcoming Kid Innovators: aims to develop and nurture  the innate inquisitiveness and curiousity of young children to become future innovators. Activities provide simple scientific explanation on questions related to the theme Nutrition, Health and Wellness. This category supports parent-pupil tandem for students ages 6 to 8 years old with supervision from a science teacher/adviser.

2.Kid Innovators: will recognize innovative science-related projects related to the theme Nutrition, Health and Wellness. This is a team competition with a maximum of three (3) members per team and 1 teacher-adviser for students ages 9 to 14 years old.

The Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD) has crafted a program to empower brilliant high school, undergraduate, and master's degree students that have what it takes to cause a ripple in our country's scientific fields! Now on its second year, our Young Innovators Program (YIP) is for young, original thinkers under the age of 30 who envision themselves pursuing a career in S&T.

Click this link to read the YIP guidelines and download the necessary forms for application: http://tinyurl.com/PCIEERDYIP2018. If you have further inquiries, you can send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Ms. Cheri May Tila, resource person of DOST XI, conducting livelihood training on soap making to the residents of Brgy. Colosas, Paquibato District.

With the aim to bring government services to the people, DOSTXI participated in the 20th Inter-Agency Serbisyo Caravan held at the Barangay Colosas, Paquibato District, Davao City last May 18, 2018. Colosas, one of the farthest and remote barangays in Davao City, is the latest beneficiary of the ARENA Serbisyo Caravan for the year with around 4,912 residents (according to 2010 Census of Population and Housing Davao City) who benefited in the undertaking.