DOST-TAPI Celebrates National Technology Transfer Day

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By Estrella Z. Gallardo

 

The Department of Science and Technology through the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (TAPI) celebrated the National Technology Transfer Day on April 4, 2019 at the Reception Hall, Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Pasay City.

Sec. Fortunato de la Peña and Dir. Edgar Garcia of Tapi Dost visited the different technologies funded by DOST during the National Technology Transfer Day 2019 last April 4, 2019.

The DOST is mandated to promote the central direction, leadership and coordination of scientific and technological efforts in the country. In order to ensure that world class scientific, technological and innovative solutions are delivered, the Republic Act 10055 or the “ Philippine Technology Transfer Act of 2009” was enacted and mandated the DOST to adopt appropriate policies innovations available to the public.

Pursuant to this mandate, the TAPI serves as the lead agency of the DOST in technology promotion and commercialization strategies. TAPI spearheads the conduct of activities that gathers key stakeholders in various sectors to ensure the transfer of technologies and innovations, which are designed to empower the local industries and advance the global competitiveness of the Philippine products and services.

Hence, the TAPI is conducting the technology Transfer since 2016. For almost two years, the licensors and end-users funded, various DOST- technologies to negotiate their adoption and commercialization. It is a strategy wherein the licensors such as the technology generators, innovators, and researchers can systematically transfer government-funded technologies to its deserved end-users like the entrepreneurs, investors, government agencies, local government units, and non-government organizations.

Among the 2019 Technology Transfer Day highlights was the Ceremonial Signing of the Amendments to the Implementation Rules and Regulation of the Republic Act No. 1005.

Engr. Edgar I. Garcia is the dedicated TAPI Director and the woman behind the R&D National Conference is Dr. Rowena Cristina L. Guevara, Undersecretary for Research and Development, DOST and Prof. Fortunato T. de la Peña, DOST Secretary is the Father of DOST Technology Transfer.

The event spearheaded by the DOST-TAPI aims to highlight and market the locally produced technologies and promote their readiness for commercialization.

DOST-Science and Technology Information Institute (STII) added 63 new photos to the National Technology Transfer Day album Featured Technologies. Here is the complete list of technologies (in Alphabetical order). 1. Agapay Project 2. Andali Lamp kit for Swine 3. ANEEME 4. AquaSense 5. ARMS (Automated Real time Monitoring System 6. ARRAS (Automated Rapid Reef Assessment System 7. ATR-FTIR Fingerprint Analysis for cancer Diagnosis 8. Automated Fry Counter 9. Axis Knee System 10. CAPSU Botanical Dewormed.

11. Catch All 12. COARE (Computing and Achieving Research Environment) 13. Compact Ultra Impeller Rice Mill 14. Controller Release Sensing and Data Science 17. DNA-Based Indexing Technology 17. DOST tables 19. Effective Microorganism as Bifungicide for rubber 20. E-hatis LGU.

21. E-Jeepney and E-Trike 22. FAR Infrared Dryer 23. Fish1 24. Fruitect (Coatings for fresh fruits) 25. Guitara ni juan 26. Hi-Q CAM 27. HarmoGroe 28. Impact Assessment of Diagnostic tools and Algorithm for multi-Drug Resistant (MDR) and Drug Sensitive Tuberculosis (TB) 29. Itik Pinas 30. Jamp alert Diagnostic kit

31.Juan Algae Microalagae Paste 32. Kidney Bioengineering Research 33. Magnite-Tek 34. Marine Sediment-Derived Actinobacteria 35. Mechanical Peanut Stripper and Sorer 36. Medium Range Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 37. Microbial Rennet Milk coagulant 38. MicroMix Stimulant for plants 39. Nanocoat for glass 40. Native Chicken.

41. Nipa Palm Sweetener 42 Non-distractive Coffee Moisture Meter 43. Organic Red Colorant 44. PEDRO (Philippine Earth Data Resources and Observation Center) 45. Personalized Medicine for Cardiovascular Diseases 46. PECM (Protein Enhanced Copra Meal) 47. Pharmalytecs Dengue Drug 48. Philippine Natural Dyes and Colorants 49. Quixens 50. RAIN (Remate Assessment for Irrigation Networks)

51.Rice Combine Harvester 52. Rice Transplanter 53. Ride-on Precision Seeder for Wet Direct Seeding 54.Semen Extender for Goats 55. SFeed (Sure Feed for Goats) 56. Technological Support for the Upgrading of Local Cacao and Cacao Products 57. Tocky Talk 58. Ulasiman Bato for Hyperuricemia 59. USHER (Universal Structural Health Evaluation and Recording System) 60. Vigormin

61. VISSER (Versatile Instrumentation System for Science Education and Research 62. WAISS (Water Advisory for Irrigation Scheduling System 63. Yerbu Buena Tablet. (MegaManila Science Journalists)

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