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  • SyenSaya Wonderama 2015 once again offered exciting activities for the kids and proved that learning can be fun! This year's theme was SyenSaya at Kabataan: #WOWTLG! TLG stands for "Technology Leads to Globalization."

  • Our online catalog of short courses and training programs for 2015 is now available. Click on photo to check the courses.

  • 2015 is the International Year of Soils. Click here to know more.

  • The UPLB Museum of Natural History Director Dr. Juan Carlos T. Gonzales, with the other curators of the museum, Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Dr. Susan May F. Calumpang, and family members of Dr. Dioscoro Rabor.

  • The UPLB Museum of Natural History, a supervised unit of the OVCRE, is on a roll as they continuously discover new species. (Photo by Pol Veluz, SESAM)

  • "In recognition of the importance of bees and the potential of the bee industry, the University of the Philippines established the UPLB Bee Program in 1989 to further establish all bee related research and programs in the University." -Photo by Romar Jan C. Edosma (1st Place, Capturing UPLB's Research Heritage Photocontest)

  • OVCRE's Extension Section holds the UPLB Public Service Forum. Speakers were Dr. Ma. Victoria Espaldon, Dr. Rogelio Cuyno, and Dr. Emil Q. Javier.

  • The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension holds the first UPLB Public Service Forum at the BIOTECH Seminar Room.

  • Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Rex B. Demafelis with the speakers during the first UPLB Public Service Forum. (From left to right: Dr. Rita P. Laude, Dr. Virginia R. Cardenas, Dr. Enrico P. Supangco, VC Rex B. Demafelis, Prof. Maria Teresa DV Arejola, and Dr. Ma. Virginia B. Camarinta, OVCRE Extension Section Head)

  • OVCRE collaborates with UP REPSS Inc. to hold the 2nd UPLB REPS Conference. This was the most attended REPS Conference with over 300 participants.

  • Young biotechnology researchers find teamwork essential in looking for answers to man's scientific queries.

  • Professor Emeritus Macrina T. Zafaralla in-situ analyzing a water sample, one of her many research activities aimed to characterize our several freshwater lakes.

  • Agricultural engineers hold test drives of developed mini-tractors and other farm machinery for the appreciation of farmers around Laguna.

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The National Academy of Science and Technology Philippines (NAST Philippines), in partnership with the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD), UPLB Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension (OVCRE-UPLB), and the Institute of Plant Breeding (IPB-UPLB) of UPLB’s College of Agriculture held a Science and Technology (S&T) Policy Forum themed “From Monocrops to Systems: What is an Appropriate Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment (RDDD) Approach” at the IPB Seminar Room on 07 April, 2016.

 

Academician Ruben L. Villareal, who served as the forum’s moderator and master of ceremonies, delivered NAST Vice President Academician Fabian M. Dayrit’s welcome remarks. UPLB Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Rex B. Demafelis also gave a short opening message for the forum.

 

Before the speakers began their respective presentations, Academician Eufemio T. Rasco Jr., Chair of the Agricultural Sciences Division of NAST Philippines, explained the forum’s objectives. He emphasized the need to transition from doing monoculture to developing and utilizing multi-cropping farming systems to increase productivity and feed the world’s ever-increasing population.

 

Dr. Eduardo Jimmy P. Quilang, Deputy Director for Development at the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) discussed “Rural Transformation through Community Rice-Based Farming Systems” which showcased the various projects of PhilRice throughout the country.

 

Dr. Artemio M. Salazar, Research Professor from IPB-UPLB talked about the country’s corn industry during his presentation entitled “From Monocrop to Cropping System: Appropriate RDDD Approach… The Case for Corn.”

 

Mr. Ramon L. Rivera, Deputy Administrator of the Research, Development, and Extension Branch of the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) shared the different farming systems being used and explored by the PCA in his talk “Coconut-based Farming Systems: The PCA Experience.”

 

Academician Rafael D. Guerrero III, a member of the Agricultural Sciences Division of NAST Philippines, discussed the “Research and Development Needs for Aqua-based Farming Systems.”

 

The speakers entertained questions and insights from the audience, which included National Scientist Teodulo M. Topacio Jr., National Scientist Ricardo M. Lantican, Academician Evelyn Mae Tecson-Mendoza, Academician Emil Q. Javier, Academician Libertado C. Cruz, and Corresponding Member Reynaldo L. Villareal, during the open forum.

 

2012 Outstanding Young Scientist Dr. Marcos B. Valdez Jr., Professor and Research Fellow at the Far Eastern University (FEU) Manila, delivered the forum’s summary and synthesis.

 

To formally close the event, National Scientist Dolores A. Ramirez delivered her closing remarks.

This is an official call for proposals for CY 2016-2017 funding opportunity of the Technology Innovation for Commercialization (TECHNICOM) Program, one of the Department of Science and Technology's (DOST) flagship programs being implemented by Technology Application and Promotion Institute (TAPI).

TECHNICOM Program provides assistance to commercially-viable breakthroughs that are on its pre-commercialization phase. For your reference see attached document highlighting the scope of assistance and submission process.

For inquiries, you may get in touch with Engr. Marvin Eric O. Dela Cruz and/or Ms. Irene Vee O. Esteban of TECHNICOM Program Unit at (02) 837-2071 loc. 2157/2167, 0927-398-5336 or telefax (02) 838-1127 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

UPLB partnered with Manila Bulletin to showcase some of its most popular technologies in the recently concluded Urban Agriculture 2016 held last 27-28 February 2016 at the activity center of Trinoma Mall in Quezon City.

Through the UPLB booth, visitors learned about some of UPLB’s technologies which include Edible Landscaping, SNAP Hydroponics, IPB Var6 Corn Grits, and BIOTECH’s line of biofertilizers among others. UPLB products were also sold during the exhibit cum trade show. Visitors were able to take home UPLB’s top quality seeds, biofertilizers, and corn grits. Representatives from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension (OVCRE), the Institute of Plant Breeding (IPB), the National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (BIOTECH), and the UPLB Center for Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship (UPLB CTTE), manned the booth and entertained questions from visitors.

A lecture on Hibiscus Breeding was also given by Mr. Alangelico O. San Pascual, research assistant from IPB, in behalf of Dr. Pablito M. Magdalita who could not grace the event due to prior commitments. The lecture sparked the interest of visitors in trying to make their own Hibiscus varieties through the presented breeding methods.

Hosted by Manila Bulletin’s Agriculture Magazine, the event aimed to become a gateway of opportunities for farm hobbyists and enthusiasts who live in the metro. It is a trade show which included exhibits, seminars, workshops, and special demos. 


Memorandum No. 11
Series of 2016

29 February 2016

 

TO:                           College Deans, Institute Directors, Department Chairs, and Unit Heads

SUBJECT:               Schedule of Short Courses and Trainings for 2016


FROM:                     REX B. DEMAFELIS
                                 Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension

 

        We are now in the process of consolidating information on short courses and training programs to be offered this summer of 2016. We will we putting the schedules in the UPLB RDE Portal at http://ovcre.uplb.edu.ph.

        If you have any offering you wish to include, please provide us an electric copy and send it thru email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the following information or or before 18 March 2016.

  1. Title of training course
  2. Short description
  3. Date (duration) and time schedule
  4. Venue, course fee and other requirements
  5. Full name of course coordinator/Full name of coordinator of specific training (module)
  6. Email addresses of course coordinator and/or specific training (module) coordinator
  7. Updated contact telephone/telefax numbers
  8. Minimum number of participants required

      Hard copies will not be accepted.

      For those units reoffering short courses done last year, please inform Ms. Regina Mae C. Ongkiko by phone (536-2354) about this or any adjustments in details (i.e. date, course fee, phone number, others).

     Your prompt compliance will be highly appreciated. 

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