by Jund Rian A. Doringo
Ready-to-eat (RTE) food technologies developed by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will take center stage as they find home for their commercialization at the Technology Transfer Forum on the DOST RTE Food Technologies on 19 July 2021 via online.
These food technologies were developed as an alternative solution to the challenges of providing food during disaster situations including the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Brown Rice Bar, developed by DOST-FNRI, is one of the technologies that is featured on the Technology Transfer Forum on DOST RTE Food Technologies on 19 July 2021 online
by Mikaela Kate L. Mamauag
Recognizing the need to ensure the commercialization and utilization of technologies supported by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) steered the implementation of the DOST 500 Project.
DOST 500 or the "Support to the Commercialization of 500 DOST-Generated Technologies and Strengthening the Country's Intellectual Property (IP) and Technology Portfolios" has boosted the IP protection and technology transfer ecosystems in the country.
Developed through the DOST 500 Project, this model was copyrighted and was assigned to DOST-TAPI by Caezar Angelito E. Arceo