by Karen Rojas
In celebration of the technologies generated by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), a three-part book compilation, “Onward: A Decade of DOST Technologies,” chronicles DOST technology for commercialization, public good, and extension.
Spearheaded by the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI), the book highlighted 250 technologies, including their inventors and researchers, that were funded by DOST in the last decade.
The three-part book compilation, “Onward: A Decade of DOST Technologies,” chronicles the DOST technologies for commercialization, public good, and extension in the last 10 years
by Teresita R. Alarcon
The Technology Application and Promotion Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-TAPI) launched the System for Intellectual Property (IP) Applications and Grants (SIPAG), an IP Warehouse (IPware) that aims to file and prosecute IP applications.
SIPAG is an in-house, proprietary offline tool for managing, evaluating, and monitoring thousands of IP granted or filed.
The landing page of iSIPAG at www.isipag.techntrans.gov.ph that enables inventors to monitor their requests for IP protection