Written by Talia ArañaEdited by Anna DivinagraciaGraphics by Trasy Ipapo “Listen to the scientists.” It’s a phrase we hear often — too often, in fact. Why? “The Philippines ought to invest in research. We should realize that science-based solutions are more reliable and effective, especially in global threats such as a pandemic,” said J-Ann Marie Lego, a Science Research Specialist from the National Institute for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University… Read More
Written by Victoria Albitos Edited by Lauren Fajardo More than 150 years ago, a star was born; or rather, a girl who would grow up to watch the stars. On December 11, 1863, Annie Jump Cannon was born in Dover, Delaware to Wilson Cannon, a shipbuilder and statesman, and his second wife Mary Jump. As a child, her mother taught her constellations and home economics. She also encouraged her to pursue studying… Read More
Chiara Ledesma is a prime example of a woman who found her passion in CS, and continues to overcome all obstacles to pursue her dreams. And with the support of family, friends, and peers, she ultimately knew that a career in tech was truly her calling even though it was not the expected path for women like her.
Written by: Bea Alexa Rondon