Asia’s Rising Scientists: Andreia Carrillo

Fascinated by our galaxy’s 13 billion-year history, Dr Andreia Carrillo is using stars as fossils to understand the Milky Way while helping foster a growing community of Filipino astrophysicists.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Ian Vega

By investigating the gravitational phenomena governing the Universe, Professor Ian Vega and his team are expanding the horizons of physics research in the Philippines.

Galactic Collisions Starve Black Holes, Simulations Show

Supercomputer models suggest that head-on galactic collisions can suppress even a black hole’s ravenous appetite.

FAST Sheds Light On Extragalatic Dark Matter

FAST, the world's largest telescope, has detected neutral hydrogen emission from extragalactic galaxies for the first time.

A Peak Into The Origin Of Supermassive Black Holes

The supercomputer ATERUI II has helped scientists develop a new theory about the origin of supermassive black holes.

Watching A Baby Star Grow Up

Scientists in Japan observed that massive baby stars grow in the same way as their smaller counterparts.

Blazar Identified As Source Of High-Energy Neutrino

An international team of scientists has found the origin of a ultra-high energy neutrino that was first detected in September 2017.

Philippine Senator Moves To Commend Scientists On 2018 AS100 List

Senator Leila de Lima is asking the Philippine senate to give due distinction and support to Filipino academicians, scientists, researchers and inventors.

Uncovering The Secrets Of The Northern Lights

Using special sensors aboard the Asare spacecraft, scientists have directly observed how auroras are produced in the Earth's upper atmosphere.

The Origins Of Gravitational Wave-Inducing Black Holes

Using supercomputer-aided simulations, scientists in Japan have examined how binary black holes responsible for gravitational waves may have originated.