Carmen de Luna

Remembering the legacy of Carmen de Luna In most histories in the Philippines, men are tediously studied and mentioned with their illustrious lives gracing the pages of many a history book. However, many Filipinas were able to equate or even prove themselves better than men, in the course of their lives. One of them is … Read more

Dr. Ramon Gustilo

Dr. Ramon Gustilo is a well-known academic and orthopedic surgeon. He was a pioneer in musculoskeletal infection research and treatment recommendations. His extensive orthopedic research prepared the basis for his successful work as an innovative surgeon. He created surgical instruments, fracture fixation devices, and implants for the benefit of the Filipinos. In 1992, Dr. Ramon … Read more

Ronnie S. Concepcion II

Ronnie S. Concepcion IIPh.D. Electronics and Communications EngineeringDe La Salle University Dr. Ronnie S. Concepcion II is recognized for his contributions to sophisticated computational intelligence models for precision and sustainable agriculture and decision-support systems, which result in high fertilizer use efficiency and lower chemical waste discharges. He was instrumental in developing clean food production technologies, … Read more

Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos

Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos is recognized for his remarkable contributions to wildlife ecology and environmental research, notably systematic biology, ecology, and conservation of Philippine biodiversity. His research and publications on diverse disciplines, including species descriptions, taxonomic revisions, evolutionary biology, biogeography, invasion biology, species status assessments, and natural history, have helped shape national efforts to manage … Read more

Salinta Monon

Salinta Monon ± (December 12, 1920 – June 4, 2009)Textile Weaver: Bagobo InabalBagobo TagabawaBansalan, Davao del Sur Salinta Monon was a Bagobo Tagabawa textile weaver from Davao del Sur. She fully demonstrated the creative and expressive aspects of the Bagobo abaca-ikat weaving called ‘Inabal’ at a time when the art was threatened with extinction. Read … Read more