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The Youth Excellence in Science (YES) Awards is given by DOST through the Science Education Institute (SEI) to students who brought honor and prestige to our country from various local and international science and mathematics competition. The YES awards medal of distinction signifies a high regard for excellence and competitiveness through the distinguished achievements of young Filipinos all over the country. This year, 11 students were awarded for winning in SEI-recognized international competitions.

Holy Child College of Davao

Tom Manuel Piccio

International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2014) – Bronze

Precious International School of Davao

Erika Dominique Bation International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2014) - Bronze

Davao Christian High School

Azriel Cais Baluyut 2014 “Chong Hua Cup” (Hong Kong, 2014) - Silver

Ateneo de Davao University

Franz Achilles Lindayag

2015 World Math Invitational (China, 2015) - Bronze

Ateneo de Davao University

Miles G. Madayag International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2015) - Bronze

Davao Christian High School

Cassidy Kyler Tan

International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2015) – Bronze

Precious International School of Davao

Clarissa Lois Dalian

2015 Challenge for Future Mathematicians (Philippines, 2015),

Individual and Team Category – Bronze and Silver

International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2015) - Bronze

Precious International School of Davao Kent Vincent Gale

2015 Challenge for Future Mathematicians (Philippines, 2015) - Bronze

International Mathematics Competition (Singapore, 2015) - Bronze

Precious International School of Davao Janna Michaella Oliva

2015 China Primary Math Olympiad (China, 2015) - Silver

Philippine Science High School – Southern Mindanao Campus Faith D. Villahermosa

2015 International Mathematics Wizard Challenge (Hong Kong, 2015) - Bronze

Philippine Science High School – Southern Mindanao Campus Rianna Gabrielle P. Gamboa 2015 International Mathematics Wizard Challenge (Hong Kong, 2015) - Bronze

 

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DOST XI and HELP Davao Network through the technical and financial support of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) jointly launched the Sustainability Science Project through a Stakeholders’ Consultation, February 3 - 4, 2016 at Grand Regal Hotel, Davao City.

Davao City being selected as the pilot site of the multi-stakeholder project dubbed as Demonstration Site on “Enhancing Resilience to Disasters of Urban Water Systems of Mindanao” in the Philippines aims to demonstrate and enhance the resiliency to disaster on urban water systems of the communities in the city.

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TARA NA, TELA NA! is a nationwide contest aimed at assisting the local textile industry through the development of tools and equipment that will promote consistency and sustainability of the supply chain.

Left to Right: Dr. Anthony C. Sales, DOST XI; Prof. Sultan Salik D. Makakena, USM, Ms. Lynette Marco S. Abarro, Office of Sen. Cynthia Villar, Dr. Rafael T. Mercado, DA XI; Hon. Luwalhati R. Antonino, MinDA; and Dr. Francisco Gil Garcia, USM

The Department of Science and Technology XI co-hosted the BIMP-EAGA International Halal Congress with the theme “Integrating HEIs in the Halal Value Chain” on March 1-3, 2016 at the Apo View Hotel, Davao City.  The event is done in partnership with Mindanao Development Authority, University of Southern Mindanao and the Department of Agriculture Regional Offices XI and XII.