Guide to Proper Work Attire for Food Handlers

Food handlers have an important role in keeping food safe. It is imperative that food handlers have proper food safety training and practice. As part of OneExpert’s Training on Food Safety...
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FGDs on various areas aids formulation of new technical consultancy manuals

A series of Focus Group Discussions on Food Safety, Product Development, Manufacturing Productivity, Environmental Management, Quality Management System and Agricultural Productivity were conducted...
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DOST VI conducts orientation and implementation review for consultants

An Orientation and Implementation Review on program and projects of DOST Region VI was held on February 19-20, 2020.  In attendance during the activity were this year’s accredited consultants under...
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Developing Recipes Using Brown Rice

Rice is the staple food of the Filipinos. It is an excellent source of carbohydrates and the best source of energy for the body. The 2008 Food Consumption Survey of the Department of Science and...
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Window of Opportunities for Filipino Ethnic Weavers

The rhythmic beat of the handloom is more than just a sound that breaks the silence of the mornings in Sagada or the solitude of afternoon naps of the T’bolis in Lake Sebu. This sound bears the...
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Extra Bloom for Cut Flowers

Cut flower business in the Philippines can further grow and expand into exports markets, thanks to a locally developed packaging technology that can prolong the flower’s freshness and vase life by up to 600 percent. Yes, that is about six-fold increase from the...

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One-step Lactic Acid Production Technology

Do you know that a bacterium capable of producing lactic acid directly from starch in less than 24 hours was discovered in the Philippines? Around a decade ago, researchers from the University of the Philippines Mindanao led by Dr. Dulce M. Flores discovered and...

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Developing Recipes Using Brown Rice

Rice is the staple food of the Filipinos. It is an excellent source of carbohydrates and the best source of energy for the body. The 2008 Food Consumption Survey of the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) showed...

read more

Window of Opportunities for Filipino Ethnic Weavers

The rhythmic beat of the handloom is more than just a sound that breaks the silence of the mornings in Sagada or the solitude of afternoon naps of the T’bolis in Lake Sebu. This sound bears the secrets and the codes of age-old weave patterns and motifs. The evolving...

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Developing Recipes Using Brown Rice

Rice is the staple food of the Filipinos. It is an excellent source of carbohydrates and the best source of energy for the body. The 2008 Food Consumption Survey of the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) showed...

read more

Window of Opportunities for Filipino Ethnic Weavers

The rhythmic beat of the handloom is more than just a sound that breaks the silence of the mornings in Sagada or the solitude of afternoon naps of the T’bolis in Lake Sebu. This sound bears the secrets and the codes of age-old weave patterns and motifs. The evolving...

read more

Extra Bloom for Cut Flowers

Cut flower business in the Philippines can further grow and expand into exports markets, thanks to a locally developed packaging technology that can prolong the flower’s freshness and vase life by up to 600 percent. Yes, that is about six-fold increase from the...

read more

One-step Lactic Acid Production Technology

Do you know that a bacterium capable of producing lactic acid directly from starch in less than 24 hours was discovered in the Philippines? Around a decade ago, researchers from the University of the Philippines Mindanao led by Dr. Dulce M. Flores discovered and...

read more

This coffee table book named Bridge, designed to link scientific minds to practical people that use the results of R&D. Bridge captures the goals of DOST in making science weave into the lives of people as expressed in DOST’s taglines “Agham na Ramdam” and “Science for the People.”

Developing Recipes Using Brown Rice

Rice is the staple food of the Filipinos. It is an excellent source of carbohydrates and the best source of energy for the body. The 2008 Food Consumption Survey of the Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) showed...

read more

Window of Opportunities for Filipino Ethnic Weavers

The rhythmic beat of the handloom is more than just a sound that breaks the silence of the mornings in Sagada or the solitude of afternoon naps of the T’bolis in Lake Sebu. This sound bears the secrets and the codes of age-old weave patterns and motifs. The evolving...

read more

Extra Bloom for Cut Flowers

Cut flower business in the Philippines can further grow and expand into exports markets, thanks to a locally developed packaging technology that can prolong the flower’s freshness and vase life by up to 600 percent. Yes, that is about six-fold increase from the...

read more

One-step Lactic Acid Production Technology

Do you know that a bacterium capable of producing lactic acid directly from starch in less than 24 hours was discovered in the Philippines? Around a decade ago, researchers from the University of the Philippines Mindanao led by Dr. Dulce M. Flores discovered and...

read more

DOST’s Sewage Treatment Plant

As the national agency tasked to lead all science and technology-related initiatives, the Department of Science and Technology must also serve as a role model to other public and private institutions. It has to comply with all regulatory requirements and implement...

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Removing Arsenic from Water through Nano filters

The use of nanomaterials from low-value agricultural by-products provide clean water for drinking and cooking. It has the potential to enhance the productivity of Filipino farmers and improve his and her quality of like in an affordable manner. Arsenic is considered a...

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Wind Energy: Abundant, Unused

Harnessing energy from oil has damaged the planet, triggering what is feared to be changes in global climate. On the other end, wind is abundant and in “commercial” quality over the land masses and seas of the Philippines. Wind is air that moves around in reaction to...

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Photocatalysis: From Dream to Reality

Dream big, work hard for it and success will follow – this is true in a photocatalysis endeavor I was involved in. Photocatalysis can be defined as a “catalytic reaction involving the production of a catalyst by absorption of light”. Photocatalysts can absorb a photon...

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