BPSU holds research and invention exhibit

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  • Butch G.
  • 7 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The Bataan Peninsula State University held a two-day research and invention exhibit in its main campus here in line with the university’s 10th year anniversary celebration.

Researches and inventions of the university that are registered utility models at the Intellectual Property Office were exhibited at the 2nd floor of the administration building.

Exhibited were mushroom spawn (Process of Producing Pure Culture of Mushroom), Biomass Cook stove, Farm Pest Repulser Using Ultrasonic Frequency, Solar Water Purifier and Desalinator, Nebulizer, Two-wheel Plant Seeder, Biomass Gasifier, Two-stroke Motorcycle Exhaust Particle Filter, Coin saver, Manual Operated Handle Type Transplanter, Apparatus for Drying Fish, Medical Apparatus for Isolating Plasma from Human Blood, and Pedal Power Electric Generator, among others.

BPSU Director of Research Development Office Dr. Hermogenes Paguia told university faculty and student researchers the need to further improve their inventions. “We are challenging all of you to come out with functional inventions, which could be possibly adopted for commercialization”, he said.     

“As researchers and inventors, we have to collaborate and our researches must be aligned with the government thrust both in regional and national levels for possible access to funding”, he further challenged. “Let us strive that our researches be published in international papers”, he also said.

“Aside from funding from national agencies, BPSU will also provide funds to some inventions next year for validation and pilot testing”, he announced.

For his part, BPSU Vice President for Research, Extension and Training Services Dr. Rudy Flores said, “The World Intellectual Property Office has shown enthusiasm in our researches and inventions. This should inspire us to work harder”.  He said in fact WIPO representatives arrived at the BPSU a few days before the exhibit.

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