Advocating National Industrialization

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There's little to do for scientists locally without national industries, says AGHAM
 

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Accelerated sale of energy assets would make power rates spiral upward

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Scientists from the activist group AGHAM, or the Samahan ng Nagtataguyod ng Agham at Teknolohiya para sa Sambayanan, raised their concern that the transfer of Environment Secretary Angelo Reyes to the Department of Energy (DOE) will result to the faster privatization of our energy resources and trigger runaway electricity prices.
 

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Tells Arroyo to stop legacy of foreign dependence and develop Filipino industries
 

Activist scientists group AGHAM or the Samahan ng Nagtataguyod ng Agham at Teknolohiya para sa Sambayanan spoke at the assembly of people's organizations for the march to the Batasan in time of the annual state of the nation address (SONA). Here is the text of the short speech that Dr. Giovanni Tapang, AGHAM national chairperson, delivered along Commonwealth Avenue in anticipation of the SONA speech of Gloria Arroyo.

Scientists highlight need for a genuine national information network not a network for corruption

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Introduction
 

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As biofuels have grown in importance in discussions about energy and climate change, the extent to which biofuels can play a beneficial role in replacing fossil fuels and reducing carbon emissions is still hotly debated.
 

The Science and Technology Scholarship Act or R.A. 7687 was enacted in 1994 for the purpose of “strengthening the country’s science and technology manpower by creating a pool of scientists, engineers and technicians who shall fill the needs of industrialization.” According to R. A.

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