Our Technologies

UPLB Technologies

UPLB has developed more than 500 technologies - products and processes -- that both public and private entities can use. Business players, entrepreneurs, researchers, and even organizations such as cooperatives may find this catalog useful in looking for technologies to commercialize and make profit from.

Owing to the development mandates of our organization, most of the technologies developed by the university are in public domain, except for technologies which have been protected under the registration and patenting process.

Owing to the development mandates of our organization, most of the technologies developed by the university are in public domain, except for technologies which have been protected under the registration and patenting process.

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E. coli DAS Kit

E. coli DAS kit is a DNA-based detection kit for E. coli in food, feeds, and water, which was developed through funding from …

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Electrically Heated Hot Water Tank

The hot water tank is used to heat water which would serve as the dip to control anthracnose and stem-end rot– the two …

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Enzyme Biotechnology for Essential Oil Production from Different Plant Sources

This is a technology which uses locally produced pectinase in extracting essential oils from patchouli leaves (Pogostemon …

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Ethylene Adsorbent

Ethylene adsorbent (EA) developed by PHTRC is an efficient alternative to expensive imported adsorbents. The adsorbent …

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Evaporative Cooling Pad for High Humidity Storage of Fruits and Vegetables

Many small farmers and traders require a low-cost storage space for short-term storage of perishable commodities. Evaporative …

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Extended Hot Water Dip (EHWD) as Quarantine Treatment of Mangoes for Export

The extended hot water dip (EHWD) is a less costly quarantine treatment that was developed by the UPLB Postharvest Horticulture …

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