Generating and communicating future climate projections from multiple models to inform resilience building in the Philippines: a talk by Dr. Joseph Daron (UK Met Office) at Manila Observatory

By Ateneo Physics News “Generating and communicating future climate projections from multiple models to inform resilience building in the Philippines,” by Dr Joseph Daron, Science Manager of the International Climate Services Team, UK Met Office. The talk was held on 5 February 2018,...

Appointment of Dr. Gemma Teresa T. Narisma as new MO Director (1 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2020)

24 October 2017 Memo to: The Manila Observatory Community Re: Appointment of Incoming Executive Director for 2018-2020 Message of Thanks to the Incumbent Executive Director I am pleased to announce that in its meeting last 10 October 2017, after due consultation and discernment,...

Manila Observatory Exhibition: Discoveries (1865-1945)

The first exhibition, Discoveries, showcased the beginnings and rapid growth of the Manila  Observatory from 1865 under the Spanish government, and its reorganization under the American administration from 1901 up until World War II.  From its humble beginnings in an abandoned pigeon house,...

Abstracts – “Scientific Frontiers: Serving the Peripheries in Times of Change”

Here are the abstracts of the talks to be given by Dr. Fredolin Tangang, Dr. George Mount, Mr. Masanobu Tsuji, Dr. Akimasa Yoshikawa, Dr. Keith Groves, and Dr. Renato Solidum for "Scientific Frontiers: Serving the Peripheries in Times of Change."

Senior Jesuits Join Transitions Exhibit Tours

In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Manila Observatory, four senior Jesuits currently taking residence at the JM Lucas Infirmary visited the Transitions exhibit at the Solar Building last August 14. These were Fr. Florencio Cuerquis, Fr. Rafael Borromeo, and Fr. Renato...

Manila Observatory, Ateneo de Manila University Host Laudato Si’ Forum

In celebration of its 150th anniversary, the Manila Observatory, together with the Ateneo de Manila University, hosted a discussion on the Laudato si’ at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater last August 13.