PCAARRD recognizes its media partners through the Ulat SIPAG Awards
The Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCAARRD) recently awarded private professional media practitioners through the Ulat SIPAG Awards.
Ulat SIPAG Awards recognizes the effort of private professional media practitioners who popularize science and technology articles in relation to PCAARRD’s Industry Strategic S&T Programs (ISPs).
Ulat SIPAG Awards, print category
PCAARRD recognizes researches on potential immunostimulant for giant tiger shrimp and tool for determining the impacts of climate change in fisheries
Two researches on the potential immunostimulant for giant tiger shrimp and a tool to determine the impacts of climate change in fisheries claimed the top prize in the Dr. Elvira O. Tan Awards, aquatic science and natural resources and environment categories.
The research titled, “A Probiotic Bacillus Strain Containing Amorphous Poly-beta Hydroxybutyrate (PHB) Stimulates the Innate Immune Response of Penaeus monodon Postlarvae” won the top prize and a cash prize of P100,000 in the Dr. Elvira O. Tan Awards, aquatic science category.
NSAARRD recognizes study on the use of indigenous plants as biopesticides
A study on the use of indigenous plants as biopesticides for vegetable diseases was recognized recently in the National Symposium on Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (NSAARRD).
The study titled, “Screening indigenous plants as biopesticides and product development for vegetable diseases” received 1st place and a cash prize of ₱150,000 in the Best R&D Paper Awards, Research Category. The study was implemented by Victor B. Amoroso, Florfe M. Acma, Cecilia V. Bautista, Chris Rey M. Lituanas, Rainear A. Mendez, Iris R. Pescadero, and Annabelle P. Villalobos.
NSAARRD recognizes project on ZamPen native chicken for sustainable livelihood
A joint project of the Western Mindanao State University (WMSU) and San Ramon Prison and Penal Farm (SRPPF) titled, “Evaluation of the Sustainability and Profitability of ZAMPEN Native Chicken Production as a Source of Livelihood in Rural Communities” won 1st place and a cash prize of ₱150,000 for topping the Best R&D Paper Awards, Development Category during the National Symposium on Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (NSAARRD). The project is led by Dr. Teresita A. Narvaez, Consortium Director of the Western Mindanao Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development Consortium (WESMAARRDEC).