Archive for the ‘FILIPINO SCIENTIST, FILIPINO INVENTOR’ Category

Katangi-tanging imbensyon, pinarangalan

Thursday, February 5th, 2015



Pinarangalan ng Technology Application and Promotion Institute ng Kagawaran Agham at Teknolohiya(DOST) ang mga katangi-tanging imbensyon sa bansa kamakailan noong National Invention Contest and Exhibit.

Nagwagi ang grupo mula pa sa Polangui, Albay ng Outstanding Invention o Tuklas Award. Ang grupo ay binubuo nina Arnulfo Malinios, Eleanor Balute, Estrella Calpe, at Herminigildo Lizano para sa kanilang Crop Processing Machine. Pumangalawa ang Rex Compost Tea Brewer (A Novel compost tea brewer) ni James Fos Reamon at sinundan ng mga mananaliksik ng Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) ng DOST para sa kanilang Manufacturing Process ng Hard Carrageenan Capsules. Ang mga nagwagi sa kategoryang ito ay nag-uwi ng premyong salapi na nagkakahalaga sa PhP150, 000, 100,000 at 50,000 ayon sa pagkakasunod.

Samantala, ang Method of Making Engine Oil Additive Mixed with Plant Oils ni Johnny Sy ang nanguna sa kategorya ng Outstanding Utility Model. Pumangalawa ang Production of Medical Bandage from Mushroom Mycelium ni Claro Santiago Jr. at pumangatlo ang Mechanical Process of Producing Starch and Flour from Arrowroot Tubers ng grupo nina Arnulfo Malinis, Christopher Pacardo at Salvador Albia.

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Teodoro Agoncillo – National Scientist

Thursday, June 13th, 2013


 

Teodoro Agoncillo is among the first Filipino historian that is renowned for promoting a nationalistic  view of the Filipino History.

Educational Background:

Ph. D. University of the Philippines , 1934

MA, University of the Philippines, 1935 (more…)

Ruben Villareal

Thursday, June 13th, 2013


Ruben L. Villareal

Educational Attainment:

BS Agriculture UPLB, 1960

MS in Agronomy UPLB, 1964

PhD Horticulture specialization in Plant Breeding , Rutger, New Jersey, 1966

One of his research finding contributed to basic studies in mitochondrial biochemistry and ultrastructure.  It ended the incorporation of “T’ cytoplasm in the US and in local corn inbred lines, which translate to thousand of savings in research funds in relation to such studies. (more…)