Who are filipinos and foreign scientist?

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Who are filipinos and foreign scientist? I just need the top ten filipino scientists.

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  1. The Education Expert

    Following is the list of Pilipino foreign scientists:
    • Benjamin Almeda
    Benjamin Almeda designed a food-processing machine.
    • Julian Banzon
    Julian Banzon researched methods of producing alternative fuels.
    • Ramon Barba
    Ramon Barba invented practical flower induction treatments.
    • Benjamin Cabrera
    Doctor Benjamin Cabrera has developed innovations in drug treatments against diseases caused by mosquitoes and agricultural soil.
    • Paulo Campos
    Paulo Campos built the first radioisotope laboratory in the Philippines.
    • Magdalena Cantoria
    Magdalena Cantoria is a noted Filipino botanist.
    • Josefino Comiso - Filipino Physicist
    Filipino Physicist Josefino Comiso has been warning the world about global warming.

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    Dr. Joventino D. Soriano is a Geneticist recognized for his studies on Plant Cytogenetics and Mutations Research most of which found publication in international journals such as the Scientific American. By using radiations and chemical mutagens, Dr. Soriano contributed much to the eludication of the Mutation Process.

    He has been awarded numerous international research grants from UNESCO and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) from 1970 thru 1990.

    Among the honors and achievement awards received by Dr. Soriano are SEATO Research award, 1963; International Atomic Energy Agency Fellowship, 1962; Professorial Chair Botany at the University of the Philippines, 1974-76; Director, University of the Philippines Research and Development Council, 1977-1984; and UNESCO associations in Genetics such as the Genetics Society of America, American Genetics Association and the Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding.

    Dr. Joventino D. Soriano was the founder of the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), an elite scientific organization that has been mandated to recognize outstanding achievements in science and technology and to serve as an intellectual reservoir of highly competent scientific and technological specialists in the country.

    • B.S.A., University of the Philippines, 1944 • M.S., University of the Philippines, 1952 • Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1957 • Post-Ph.D., Washington State University, 1963


  3. Guest20268247
    i only know one scientist inventor his name is galileo galilie he invent a telescope
  4. Guest20038096
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    who are the foreign scientist?
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    Dr. Joventino D. Soriano (Cytogeneticist) was the one who set-up and formed the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST). It was his brainchild. Turning down professorial chair offers from several prestigious universities in the United States, University of Chicago, to name a few, he chose to return to the Philippines and invest his life in the progress of science and technology through this elite group of scientists honored as 'Academicians'. Dr. Joventino Soriano likewise inspired many young Filipinos to grow in science and technology and aim high as he genuinely believed that science brings forth, all truth about the universe and our existence. His unrelenting commitment to the advancement of science, not only in the Philippines but all over the world, had however, prevented him to share more time with his children. Nevertheless, as a good family man, he was likewise successful in nurturing his children to become the best in their own endeavours.
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    what is science
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    Filipinos have long been known for their resourcefulness and inventiveness – from the creation by Amado Flores of the now -ubiquitous fluorescent bulb to the invention of the popular board game Salpakan or Games of the Generals by Sofronio Pasola. The creativity and resourcefulness of the Filipino inventor knows no bounds. Here are some living Filipino inventors and their contributions to the march of science and technology in the Philippines and globally. Here are five of the many Filipino scientists and inventors affiliated with the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) who have put the Philippines on the scientific world map. Gregorio Y. Zara, D.Sc. Physics — His important achievements include: the invention of the two-way television telephone, the discovery of electrical kinetic resistance known as the Zara effect, the invention of an airplane engine that runs on alcohol instead of aviation fuel and methods by which solar energy can be harnessed. Zara’s airplane engine was successfully tested in a test flight conducted at the Manila International Airport (now the Ninoy Aquino International Airport) on Sept. 30, 1954. For having completed over 40 research papers and making 20 outstanding contributions to science, Zara received many awards, including the Presidential Diploma of Merit. He was conferred the Distinguished Service Medal in 1959 for his pioneering works ands achievements in solar energy research, aeronautics and television. Zara was also given the Presidential Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor for Science and research in 1966; the Cultural Heritage Award for Science Education and Aero Engineering in 1966. Magdalena C. Cantoria, Ph.D., Botany — With an extensive education in the fields of pharmacy and botany and degrees in these same fields gathered both here and in the United States, Cantoria focused her research efforts on the morphology, physiology and biochemistry of drug plants. She has done basic studies on the pharmacognosy of agar, rauwolfia, datura, mint and Piper species. For her research paper on the morphology and anatomy of rauwolfia vomitoria Afz., Cantoria received the Edwin Leigh Newcomb Award in pharmacognosy given by the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education in 1954. She again received this award in 1962 for her research work on the growth and development of Daturia strasmodium L. She is also the recipient of the Phi Sigma awards for marked distinction in biology in in 1951 and was proclaimed the Most Outstanding Phi Sigman in 1977. Paulo C. Campos, MD is noted for his work in nuclear medicine. As a health scientist, Campos authored and co-authored 75 scientific publications, some of which have won awards. Three of his works, titled Observation of Some Parameter of Insulin Action, Cr-51 Tagged Red Cell Studies and The Genetic Factor in Endemic Goiter, have won the first prize in Research Award. For his achievements in the field of medical research, Campos was named conferred the Gregorio Y Zara award as an outstanding scientist by the Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science (PAAS). He was credited for establishing the first known radioisotope laboratory in the country and the first research laboratory of the University of the Philippines Medicine Department. He also established the Thyroid Clinic of the UP-PGH. Pedro B. Escuro, Ph.D. Genetics and Plant Breeding — As a scientist Escuro has made significant contributions to rice breeding as plant breeder Professor extension worker and consultant in agricultural projects. He provided leadership in the development, isolation and release of nine Seed Board rice varieties: Milpal 4, HBD-2, Azmil 26 and C-22 (upland) and C-18, C4-63, C4-137, C-168 and C-12 (lowland). Escuro has 18 honors and awards to his name, including two Presidential awards – the Presidential Plaque of Merit for outstanding accomplishments in rice improvement (1967) and the Rizal Pro Patria award for his outstanding contribution to rice breeding and genetics. He also received the University of the Philippines Distinguished Professorial award in agriculture (1973) and D. Sc. honoris causa in 1974, and the 1974 Ayala award in agricultural science. Jose N. Rodriguez, MD Leprology — He is a renowned Filipino leprologist and researcher who has devoted 53 years of his life to the control of leprosy in the country. As one of the few pioneers in the early fight against leprosy worldwide, Rodriguez proposed a leprosy control program which was adopted by the Philippines and other Asian countries. He has written many scientific articles on leprosy which have been published in various medical journals all over the world and which are considered classic texts in leprosy research. In recognition of his untiring struggle to control and eradicate leprosy in the Philippines, he is the recipient of many honors and awards, including the 1974 Damien Dutton Award.
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    Jose Cruz Born on September 17, 1932. In recognition of his scientific and technological contributions to electrical engineering through the development of several methods for the sensitivity analysis of dynamic systems with respect to parameters variations; establishment of the concept comparison sensitivity matrix that captures the effect of feedback on al... Emerita de Guzman An outstanding contribution of Dr. de Guzman is her series of work on the growth and development in vitro of the makapuno coconut embryo. As a result of this effort, she has revolutionized the old ratio of the makapuno-bearing nuts in the tropics which produce only 3-5 makapuno nuts in every receme bearing 14-19 nuts. Dr. de Guzman produced 100 per... Ceferino Follosco Born on February 3, 1931. Ph. D. (honoris causa) Mechanical, Electrical and Agricultural Engineering. Academician Ceferino L. Follosco is recognized for his outstanding works and accomplishments in the field of engineering (agricultural mechanization and automotive), technology innovation, public sector governance embracing a wild field of creative... Francisco Fronda Having devoted over 6 decades of his life to teaching, research and extension services, Dr. Fronda contributed immensely to the development of poultry industry not only in the Philippines but in Asia region as well. In recognition of his pioneering contributions, he was cited as the Father of Poultry Science in the Philippines by the Philippine a*s... Angel L. Lazaro III Dr. Angel L. Lazaro III is a registered Civil Engineer and Environmental Planner with more than 35 years experience in various civil engineering projects including buildings, highways, bridges, water systems, port works and industrial estates. Dr. Lazaro is the recipient of Certificates of Recognition as Structural Engineer and Civil Engineering E... Juan Salcedo As scientist, Dr. Salcedo contributed immensely to the areas of biochemistry, nutrition, physiology. As science administrator to science policy development, science promotion and scientific manpower development, he has published 265 works and researches in Philippine and foreign science journals. Gregorio Velasquez Elected as Academician on 1978 and conferred as National Scientist on 1982. Dr. Velasquez pioneered in Philippine phycology. He made the first intensive study of the local Myxophyceae or the bluegreen algae and devoted at least 30 years of productive work in the study of Philippine algae from which he received local and international recognition. Benito Vergara Born on June 23, 1934. Elected as Academician on 1987 and conferred as National Scientist on 2001. National Scientist Vergara obtained his bachelor's degree from the University of the Philippines, his master's degree from University of Hawaii, and his doctoral degree from the University of Chicago majoring in Plant Sciences. He worked full time on ... Teodulo M. Topacio, Jr. In recognition of his significant original contributions to knowledge in the area of leptospiral disease of domistecated animals which may serve as the basis for the institutional control measures for these diseases. Joventino D. Soriano Dr. Soriano is recognized for his studies on plant cytogenetics and mutations research some of which found publication in international journals. by using radiations and chemical mutagens. Dr. Soriano contributed to the eradication of the mutation process.
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    Angel Alcala- is behind the invention of artifical coral reefs used for fisheries in Southeast Asia. Arturo Alcaraz- is a volcanologist specializing in geothermal energy development
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    Baldomero Olivera, Jr. In recognition of his significant studies and accomplishments in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology, specifically the discoveries of numerous Conus peptides which are now in various phases of clinical trials as highly specific drugs for pain, epilepsy, and other disorders of the nervous system. His researches on marine gastropods and his keen sense of observation have led to the elucidation of the mechanism of action, functions, and classification of the neuroactive Conus peptides into families and superfamilies. Dr. Olivera serves as an inspiration to Filipino biochemists and other scientists, as he, since the early stages of his career, has contributed significantly to the growth of molecular biology and biotechnology with his isolation and characterization of the key enzymes such as DNA ligase and the DNA polymerase. He has been very generous in sharing his expertise with students, research assistants and faculty members of various universities; he has helped obtain fellowships for their training here and abroad, and has maintained a partnership and collaboration with the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute in the country for more than three decades. Year elected as Academician (Corresponding Member): 2003 Asuncion Raymundo Born on August 15, 1946. Dr. Raymundo is a Professor and currently Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB). Previously, she was the Director of the Institute of Biological Sciences, UPLB for 7 years. She completed her BS degree (*** laude) at the UP College of Agriculture, majoring in Soil Microbiology. She received her MS at the University of Hawaii, and her PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Later, she took post-doctoral studies in microbial/molecular genetics at IRRI and had research stints at Monash University, Osaka University and Kansas State University. She is a member of several honor and professional societies, including both the Philippine Society for Microbiology which she served as President and the American Society for Microbiology. A pioneer in microbial genetics and and the use of biotechnology in agriculture in the Philippines, Dr. Raymundo is an assiduous researcher, who has implemented numerous research projects or studies, including some funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, UNIDO and the Australian Centre for International Agriculture. She is a prolific author, having published over a hundred technical articles in refereed journals and proceedings, both local and international, in her field. As Professor, Dr. Raymundo has instituted and taught several courses in microbiology and plant pathology, written a number of laboratory manuals in various courses, and supervised over a hundred undergraduate, masteral and doctoral students. She developed the field of microbial genetics locally. She is active in extension, having served as organizer, coordinator or lecturer in various training courses, workshops, and seminars. In recognition of her work in microbiology, microbial genetics and biotechnology, Dr. Raymundo has received numerous awards, including the National Research Council of the Philippines Distinguished Award in Biology, UPLB Outstanding Teacher and also as Researcher, PCARRD Pantas Outstanding Researcher Award, and the Crop Science of the Philippine Achievement Award in Research, Outstanding Microbiologist Award given by the Philippine Society for Microbiology, Republica Award given by the Commission of Higher Education and the 2007 UP Outstanding Professional Award in Natural Sciences biology (microbiology). In 2002, she was conferred the status of Academician of the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), a select group of eminent Filipino scientists who constitute an advisory group to the Office of the President in matters of science and technology. She currently heads the NAST Bioremediation Task Force and is the NAST focal person in charge of biology education. Year elected as Academician: 2002
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