DOST PIES IN INTERVENTION TO PRLEC’S COLLECTIVE MEASURE

The PRLEC is a cluster under the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC) which aims to build self-reliant, productive, resilient, and sustainable communities through harmonized and culturally-responsive development programs.  It converges designated government agencies into a singular force to carry out such aforementioned mandate as per Executive Order No. 70, s. continue reading : DOST PIES IN INTERVENTION TO PRLEC’S COLLECTIVE MEASURE

DOST Goes Lepidopteristic: Rescues a Home for Butterflies

For two years, the Covid-19 outbreak held up the operation of a butterfly sanctuary manned by Dante P. Jumapit of Sitio Cabilao, Cangomantong, Lazi, Siquijor.  No foreign tourists.  No local tourists.  No income. Mr. Jumapit, however, would not give up for its recovery.  Butterflies have become his passion.  He was not yet intent to turn continue reading : DOST Goes Lepidopteristic: Rescues a Home for Butterflies

DOST’S BUNDLE TO CCSI: A BRAWNY AID TO A CARMELITE EDUCATION

DOST VII through DOST SIQUIJOR PSTC has recently awarded the Carmelite College of Siquijor, Inc. this 2022 a project nominated as “Science and Technology Support for e-Learning and Community S&T Education to Carmelite College of Siquijor, Inc.” It is a package of interventions which includes primarily the provision of the Science & Technology Academic and continue reading : DOST’S BUNDLE TO CCSI: A BRAWNY AID TO A CARMELITE EDUCATION

36 NegOr studes qualify for DOST-SEI Junior Level Science Scholarships

March 1, Dumaguete City – A total of 36 students enrolled in the different higher education institutions in Negros Oriental qualified to be this year’s recipients of the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute’s Junior Level Science Scholarships (DOST-SEI’s JLSS). Foundation University has 1 qualifier, Silliman University has 13 qualifiers while Negros continue reading : 36 NegOr studes qualify for DOST-SEI Junior Level Science Scholarships

DOST’s P2.3million grant aims to upgrade bamboo processing in Dauin, NegOr

Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, February 21 – The Department of Science and Technology here in the Negros Oriental granted P2.3million to Kawayan Collective, a bamboo processing facility located in Dauin, Negros Oriental. The funds will be used to build an eco-dryer designed by the Forest Products Research and Development Institute of DOST (DOST-FPRDI). The project continue reading : DOST’s P2.3million grant aims to upgrade bamboo processing in Dauin, NegOr