DOST Secretary Fortunato dela Peña delivered a message.
CONGRATULATIONS DOST-PCAARRD! sa ika- 5th anniversary celebration nitong nakaraang July 28, 2016, “ Juan Science One Nation: S&T Innovations for Empowered and Progressive Regions” at sa matagumpay na isinagawang pagdiriwang ng 2016 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) SyenSaya, na katatapos- tapos lang isagawa nitong nakaraang July 25-29, 2016.(Greetings From: noonbreakbalita.com Family) (Click picture below to enlarge)
Dr. Mari-Ann Acedera, MRRD Director and Dr. Melvin Carlos, TTPD Director hosted the event.
DOST-PCAARRD Acting Executive Director Dr. Reynaldo Ebora delivered the ED’s report.
Signing of the memorandum of understanding between PCAARRD and private corporations for the technology transfer for environmental services and commercialization.
DOST-PCAARRD Deputy Executive Director for Administration, Resource Management and Support Services Dr. Danilo Cardenas delivered the welcome remarks.
Best research Paper Award. Best Development Paper Award (Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources)
The study, Distinct Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) Stocks Detected in Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO) Using DNA
Microsatellites won the Elvira O. Tan award. Roselyn D. Aguila, Sweedy Kay L. Perez, Billy Joel N. Catacutan, Grace V. Lopez, Noel C. Barut, and Mudjekeewis D. Santos worked on the research.
2016 NSAARRD third place for the research category went to Management of Cassava Phytoplasma Disease: Survey, Diagnosis, Characterization, and Control, implemented by the Visayas State University and lead by Dr. Erlinda A. Vasquez.
2016 NSAARRD second place for the research category went to the study, Lamp Assay and Test Kit: The New Diagnostic Platform for Swine Diarrheal Disease. In the photo is Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo of the Central Luzon State University.
First place for the 2016 NSAARRD was awarded to the study, Validation of Varietal Integrity of Promising Rubber Clones through DNA Fingerprinting. In the photo is Dr. Emma K. Sales of the University of Southern Mindanao.
Third place for the development category was awarded to the study, STCBF on Mango Production in Bataan. In the Photo is Dr. Hermogenes M. Paguia of the Bataan Peninsula State University.
Second place for the development category was awarded to the study, Development of Supplemental Feeds for Free-range Native Chicken. In the photo is Dr. Jaime Cabarles of the Central Philippine University.
First place of the development category was awarded to the study, CBSTCBF Coco Sap Production and Technomart Projects: Propelling Coco Sugar Industry Development in Davao del Sur. Receiving the award is Dr. Augie E. Fuentes of the Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine School of Technology.