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The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) launched today, January 15, the ISU Livestock Technology Business Incubation (TBI) project.

This initiative was proposed and approved by DOST - Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) to formalize offering of technology business incubation activity in the University.

Dr. William R. Eustaquio, Executive Officer of ISU-Echague, said the project will be able to generate innovations in the University. “Through the ISU Livestock TBI, we will be able to promote innovation and sustainable business ventures towards our common goal,” he said.

Dr. Jonathan N. Nayga, director of Cagayan Valley Small Ruminants Research Center (CVSRRC) and project leader said the TBI in ISU is intended for the promotion of knowledge-based livestock production and post-production activities, technology transfer and commercialization.

On the other hand, Dr. Ricmar P. Aquino, University President hoped that through TBI, ISU products will be commercialized in the department stores in the future. “This project will close the gap between generation of technologies and production, and that of commercialization,” he added.

In a message delivered by Engr. Sancho A. Mabborang, DOST Regional Director, he challenged the researchers of the University to engage in the industry sector and come up with researches beneficial to the community and the industry. “Responsibilities of researchers do not end after publishing the research outputs, these should be commercialized to generate income from them,” he added.

Before Engr. Mabborang ended his message, he encouraged the University to strengthen income generating projects through intellectual assets and move the researches forward towards commercialization.

The mission of the project is to nurture innovation, entrepreneurship and enterprise for societal benefit through provision of supportive environment that will empower entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams.

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E-mail Address: president@isu.edu.ph
Tel. No: (078) 305-9013
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Telephone No.:  (078) 323-1428

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