USec Guevara visits CLSU R and D projects
PAO | 10/17/2019 03:17:25 pm

Dr. Cristina Rowena Guevara (center-seated) is joined in photo by (L-R) Dr. Edgar A. Orden (in pink polo), Dr. Tereso A. Abella, CLSU President; Dr. Julius Ceasar V. Sicat, Region III Director, Department of Science and Technology; Dr. Pablo J. Rafael Jr, Director, Commercial and Business Development Office (standing behind Dr. Sicat); and by CLSU incubatees and AFTBI staff.

Dr. Rowena Cristina L. Guevara, Undersecretary for Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) visited CLSU particularly its research and development (R&D) centers/projects last October 4. The Undersecretary was toured to the Agriculture and Food Technology Incubator (AFTBI), Nanotechnology Research Facility, and Small Ruminants Center

USec Guevara looks at some research specimen at the Nanotechnology Research Facility headed by Dr. Juvy J. Monsarate (4th from left). She is joined in photo by (L-R) President Abella; Dr. Orden, Dr. Sicat; and staff from DOST-CLSU and Nanotechnology Research Facility.

USec Guevara is joined by other CLSU officials/faculty members, after their luncheon meeting at Thyme Street, a restaurant cum shop where products of CLSU-AFTBI incubatees are showcased and sold.

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