RESEARCH PROPONENTS – Faculty and staff researchers whose research proposals were granted substantial funding by various government institutions were recognized by the university through certificates of commendation.
The three groups of researchers who are shown here with President Abella and the four vice presidents, the title of their respective researches, and their corresponding fundings are as follows:
Title of Research: “Formulation and Assessment of the Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA), Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) for the Rapid Detection of Important Pathogens in Organic Farming”.
Researchers: Rubigilda Paraguison-Alili, Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, Fe. L. Porciuncula, Lani Lou Mar A. Lopez, Ellen S. Romero, Celynne O. Padilla and Aileen M. Elegado
Amount of Research and Development (R&D) Fund: P6,355,489.00
Granting Institution: Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
Title of Research: “Industry-Focused Technologies, Innovations and Knowledge for Livelihood, Income and Food Supply Enhancement (ITIK for LIFE) Program for Sustainability of the Philippine Duck Industry”
Researchers: Ramon Cesar D. Salas, Jamal James D. Manlapig, Joice V. San Andres, Vanessa S. Viterbo, Eddie J. Rafael and Oliver F. Celestino
Amount of Research and Development (R&D) Fund: P4,980,810.00
Granting Institution: Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (DOST-PCAARRD)
Title of Research: “Research and Development Project to Rehabilitate and Enhance Productivity in Lahar and Ash-Laden Areas in Central Luzon”
Researchers: Maria Excelsis M. Orden, Nenita E. dela Cruz and Nestor D. Pagaduan
Amount of Research and Development (R&D) Fund: P1,266,034.00
Granting Institution: Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD)
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Central Luzon State University emerged overall champion of the 2017 Culture and Arts Festival of State Universities and Colleges, Region III (CAASUC III) held at the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy last October 26-28.
It bested 12 other participating institutions.
CLSU won the ...