Reforming Philippine science
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This book discusses the importance of science as the foundation of technological development and economic progress. It also describes the past and current situation of scientific research in the Philippines. The book also illustrates the usefulness of a properly published scientific research to the entire country.
Suarez, R. K., & Lacanilao, F. (2010). Reforming Philippine science. Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines: Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
- Science and the essentials of development
- Doing research for development
- Straight talk to Filipino scientists
- 50 years of DOST, 30 annual meetings of NAST
- Nonscientists run Philippine science academy
- Celebrating the UP centennial
- Research as the principal criterion for faculty recruitment
- Problems preventing academic reforms
- Adapting to climate change through research and education
- Philippine science as world science: the case of milkfish reproduction
- Food for thought: feast or famine in Philippine science?
- Asking good questions
- Airing laundry: the value of critical evaluation in science
- Myths in Philippine science
- Realities in Philippine science
- What good is science education?
- Happy birthday Darwin: lamentations on science and religion
- Philippine deforestation: a national Spoliarium
- Why science alone cannot save the Philippines
xi, 94 p. : ill.
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