by Emilie S. Capellan
The Isabela State University (ISU) Angadanan Campus is the third ISU campus to implement technopreneurship projects under the DOST-Academe Technology-Based Enterprise Development (DATBED) Program.
DATBED Program, one of the programs of the Technology Application and Promotion Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-TAPI), supports entrepreneurial competencies among students through the provision of financial assistance to implement new income-generating, technological projects that have market potential and technical viability when commercialized.
DATBED Program orients the student beneficiaries of ISU-Angadanan
by Jund Rian A. Doringo
Agriculture 4.0, a coined terminology describing the next big trends concerning the industry of agriculture in terms of adopting technological breakthroughs and innovations, has paved the way for smarter, greener, and science and technology (S&T)-based solutions.
Such technological revolution includes innovative techniques to produce food through organic farming, increase efficiency in the food chain, and apply nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, and data analytics, among others.
FertiGroe® nanofertilizer, one of the AANR technologies included in the joint project of DOST-PCAARRD and DOST-TAPI, finds a forever home through technology transfer and adoption (Photo courtesy of DOST-PCAARRD)