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Two technologies from Cavite State University were featured in the technologies pitched in during the virtual culminating activity for DOST’S Strategy to Accelerate and Revitalize Technology Transfer (StARTT) in CALABARZON region, also known as the Technology Transfer Day held on 7 May 2021.
From the 25 initially evaluated technologies, two from CvSU made it to the final 12 technologies, namely, “ASMA Low-Cost Smoking Technology” by Engr. Vennus Florence Vicedo and Engr. Gee Jay C. Bartolome (CvSU-Rosario Campus) and “Specialty Coffee Blends” by Dr. Ruel M. Mojica, Engr. Rosalie A. Pelle and Engr. Aeron R. Mojica (CvSU-Main Campus).
According to DOST CALABARZON, the culminating activity aims to assist the technology generators, researchers, and innovators of Research and Development Institutes (RDIs) and academe in the region to showcase and commercialize their homegrown technologies for the benefit of the society and local industries.
The event also recognized six technologies from two RDIs and two State Universities and Colleges in CALABARZON with commercialized technologies that passed thru the evaluation of the Fairness Opinion Board. Cavite State University was acknowledged for having been issued a Certificate of Fairness Opinion on the proposed transaction to license the technology “Production of Kaong Brown Sugar” of CvSU as Licensor to Magallanes Women’s Club Multi-purpose Cooperative (MAWCO) as Producer and Distributor/Licensee. The other recognized institutions were University of the Philippines Los Baños, DOST – Forest Products Research and Development Institute, and DOST – Industrial Technology Development Institute.