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DOST rolls out 20 R&D outputs, services in 2020

By Allan Mauro V. Marfal, DOST-STII The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) unveiled 20 research and development (R&D) outputs and scientific services that would provide innovative solutions to address some of the country’s existing challenges and limitations in different sectors. In a media conference held 20 February 2020 at…

DOST-RO2 provides more Food Safety interventions to Isabela town

Cabagan town in Isabela has tapped and availed of the technical intervention assistance of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Cagayan Valley Regiona Office (RO-2) in the implementation of Food and Safety Standards under its Food Grading System Ordinance. DOST-RO2 Regional Director Sancho A. Mabborang lauded the Cabagan initiative…

DOST intensifies disaster preparedness through expo

Organized by the Technology Application and Promotion Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-TAPI), the Innovation on Disaster Preparedness and Response Expo will be held on 11-14 March 2020 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila, Pasay City.  With the theme, “Science for the People: Safer, Adaptive and Prepared Filipino Communities toward…

PAPI’s Statement on ABS-CBN’s franchise case

Solicitor General Jose Calida’s quo warranto petition filed recently before the Supreme Court seeking to void ABS-CBN network’s broadcasting franchise, has caused wide scale uproar and protests. The Publishers Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PAPI) shares the concern very seriously since the petition impinges on press freedom dimension. If the petition was…

ISU joins partnership in production of herb supplements

Isabela State University enters the pharmaceutical field as Tripartite Memorandum of Agreement was signed between the Department of Science and Technology- Region II (DOST-R02) and Bauertek Corp., this morning (January 14). Bauertek Corp. is the first Filipino-owned pharmaceutical firm, manufacturing herbal supplements that aid treatment of various diseases. It was…

Filipino Inventor Establishes a Next Generation Pharmaceutical Firm

The renowned Filipino Scientist and Inventor Dr. Richard Nixon Gomez realizes a ten-year endeavor with the establishment of the Bauertek Corporation – a 100% Filipino-owned research, development and production facility for all-natural herbal supplements which are 3 to 4 generations ahead of the norm. The concept of the whole project…

COME TO NATIONAL INVENTORS’ WEEK AT CLSU

ALL systems go now for the celebration of the 26th National Inventors’ Week (NIW) by the Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative (FISPC) in partnership with the Dept. of Science and Technology (DOST) at the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) in Nueva Ecija on Nov. 18-21. Other partners in the celebration…

Children’s book on ag biotech gets displayed at Malacañang of the North

The first and only children’s book on biotech corn titled “ Lina’s Town Rises Again” will be included in the agriculture exhibit of the Malacañang of the North beginning 18 October 2019. Displaying the book will hopefully get the young visitors interested in modern agriculture and encourage them to learn…

FISPC SPEARHEADS COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM

THE Filipino Inventors Society Producer Cooperative (FISPC) in partnership with SagipKagubatan,will jointly spearhead its 4th Community Outreach Program on Aug. 24 in SitioSuha, Norzagaray, Bulacan. This is part of the cooperative’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and with Dumagat tribe as beneficiary. There will be tree-planting, mass feeding, free haircut, parlor…

Biotech success story continues to captivate kids in Davao City

The animated version of the only children’s book in the country which attempts to explain agricultural biotechnology to young kids continues to captivate public elementary school children from Magallanes Elementary School and Bolton Elementary School in Davao City. More than fifty students recently trooped to the Department of Education (DepEd)…