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Team Biñan City grabs 1st Runner-up in Pilipinas Shell’s TBIC 2018

Biñan Integrated National High School’s (BINHS) Team Equipment for the Rain’s Mechanical and Chemical Conversion (ERMACC) placed as 1st runner-up in Pilipinas Shell’s The Bright Ideas Challenge (TBIC) 2018 held at Mind Museum, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig on February 24-25.

Team ERMACC brought home the Php 70,000 cash prize for the school and an equal prize for the team members composed of Grade 12 STEM students’ Jepril John Carlo Peña, Adrian Mance, Jose Marie Ortega, and Rexelle Jean Ompad, and mentor, Freedom A. Carbonell.

10 scientific research project proposals passed in the first phase of the research competition out of 26 teams that submitted entries on how to sustainably power future cities. The 10 chosen finalists were student groups from Meridian Learning International Experience, St. Theresa’s College, CCF Life Academy, Dumaguete Science High School, Philippine Science High School Cagayan Valley, CEU Senior High School, and Biñan Integrated National High School.

ERMACC emerged as one of the winners with their research on utilizing rain as a source of energy using mechanical and chemical properties. Philippine Science High School- Cagayan Valley Campus was declared champion with their prototype invention called “Pipe-to Manalo-to”. They will represent Philippines in the Make the Future Festival to be held in Singapore this March. Meanwhile, Centro Escolar University – Senior High School bagged the second runner-up while the two entries from Meridian Learning International Experience claimed merit awards.

Vice President for External and Government Relations of Shell Companies in the Philippines, Ramon Del Rosario cited that they hope to inspire a generation of innovative Filipino scientists, thinkers, mentors, city planners, and decision-makers through the TBIC during the opening program of the research exhibit. He also noted that the ideas exhibited by the students can be used in communities which do not have access to energy and water. TBIC aims to spark students’ curiosity in tackling real world problems through energy efficiency and other innovative ways to make future cities vibrant and healthy.

Team ERMACC’s endeavor in completing their invention and documentation was fully supported by the school principal, Julie Ann D. Natividad and the Division of Biñan City. (Freedom A. Carbonell, STEM Coordinator-BINHS/Ronaldo P. Bago, EPS-Science/Marilyn E. Macababbad, PDO II-LRMDS)

 

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