Three (3) inventors recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Technology Application Promotion Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-TAPI), formalizing the provision of assistance for pilot production and market testing of Green Eco-Toilet System and Cylinder Masonry Breaker, and for production cost in satisfying the unmet demand of MYKL Kiti-Kitix on 28 June 2017 at the DOST-TAPI Conference Room.
The inventions which deemed to be technically and commercially viable were granted financial assistance under the Industry-Based Enterprise Development (IBED) Program, one of the leading programs of DOST-TAPI for inventors.
The IBED Program supports the development of an invention through funds assistance for pilot production, in becoming a business enterprise by making the invention available to the consumers.
DOST Secretary Fortunato T. de la Peña gives his welcome remarks during the 2017 NSTW Opening Ceremonies on 11 July 2017 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) through the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) celebrated the 2017 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) on 11-15 July 2017 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.
Bannered by the theme, “Science for the People,” the 2017 NSTW Celebration was dedicated in carrying science and technology closer to the people through the latest innovation technologies and available programs and services of the DOST.
Exhibits, technology fora, demonstrations, interactive activities, and special events were lined-up for the event.
Mr. Daniel A. Camacho, CEO of Greenway Toilet Solutions explains the Green Eco-Toilet System to the participants
The recently concluded 2017 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) Celebration organized by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) through the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) highlighted some of the most ground-breaking Filipino inventions on 11-15 July 2017 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.
In the pursuit of bringing “Science for the People”, inventors exhibited their products and technologies in agriculture, health, and environment, to name a few.
The event became a venue in soliciting potential networking and camaraderie between the inventors and the science community.
Seventy (70) fifth and sixth graders of Project 6 Elementary School participates in the IS Program’s Pilot-testing of Modules for Elementary on 16 June 2017 in Project 6, Quezon City
The Invent School Program of the Technology Application and Promotion Institute of the Department of Technology (DOST-TAPI) broke new ground when it was pilot-tested in two (2) special science classes of Project 6 Elementary School in Quezon City on 16 June 2017.
Of the twelve (12) modules that were developed for elementary pupils, two (2) were tested to seventy (70) pupils in Grades 5 and 6.
The Program which is offered to high school and college students for the past nine (9) years, creates awareness on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), prototype development, and commercialization of inventions, among a few.