DOST NegOr brings together stakeholders, clients of enhanced nutribun thru Kapihan

Dumaguete City, February 16- The Department of Science and Technology here in Negros Oriental, in partnership with the local Philippine Information Agency, brought together potential clients and stakeholders in the enhanced nutribun production thru Kapihan. Atty. Gilbert R. Arbon, Provincial Science and Technology Director of DOST Negros Oriental, sat down with PIA NegOr InfoCen Manager continue reading : DOST NegOr brings together stakeholders, clients of enhanced nutribun thru Kapihan

Lab at first site

Launching of the first-ever Smart Food Value Chain Facility and Manufacturing Village featuring Cebu Province’s first on-site and mobile Food Microbiology Laboratory. The Lamac Multipurpose Cooperative (Lamac MPC) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Regional Office 7 launched its pioneering Smart Food Value Chain Facility and Manufacturing Village in Barangay Colonia, Municipality of continue reading : Lab at first site

DOST 7 heightened the skills of WMEs and SETUP clients on GAD Responsive Programming

To foster Gender and Development (GAD) Responsive Programming in the workplace, the Department of Science and Technology Region VII (DOST 7) conducted a four-hour training  on GAD Responsive Programming to Women Micro-Entrepreneurs (WMEs enrolled in the GREAT Women Project 2) and to Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) clients of DOST VII on January 26, continue reading : DOST 7 heightened the skills of WMEs and SETUP clients on GAD Responsive Programming

PTRI’s invaluable contributions to textile economy cited

Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Secretary Fortunato Dela Peña has cited the Philippine Textile Research Institute’s  (PTRI) “invaluable” contributions to the country’s textile economy. “I commend the Institute’s invaluable work in textile research, development and innovation and the services it provides to the industry and to the Philippine textile economy as a whole,” he continue reading : PTRI’s invaluable contributions to textile economy cited