The DOST-UP Enterprise Center for Technopreneurship is assisting state universities and colleges (SUCs) in the country to establish their own technology business incubators (TBIs) through Project:Outreach. A typical TBI is managed through partnerships between technology-oriented or knowledge-intensive industries and academic institutions. This setup ensures a proper transition for innovations, through mentoring and networking, from the laboratory to the market. The goal of Project: Outreach is to help set up the support ecosystem, including establishing TBIs, to technology ventures in the areas of the participating schools.
“There is a need to cultivate a culture of technological innovation in the country especially through our higher education institutions. The presence of TBIs in schools will serve as a springboard for new technology-based products and services that can be made available to the public,” said Dr. Luis Sison, program leader of the Enterprise Center.
BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) thru its Extension Services Office taught residents of Gawad Kalinga Village in Orion town to assemble antenna.
A team from the University’s College of Engineering and Architecture conducted series of trainings to teach 30 Gawad Kalinga residents in Barangay Daan Pare in Orion to make Yagi-Uda antenna. According to Engr. Christopher Maglanque, project leader, the project turned out successful since the residents truly learned the skill.
BALANGA, Bataan – The Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) has a dynamic Extension Services Office registering 62 completed and on-going extension projects for year 2015. In the 2-day yearend review of the university extension projects last month, 30 projects were assessed on the first day and 32 the next day.
Two Day Training and Farmers Forum: ICM on Mango Production in Zoocobia Theme Park, Mabalacat, Pampanga
The training on Integrated Crop Management (ICM) on Mango Production held at Zoocobia Theme Park last September 3-4, 2015 is part of the technology transfer activity of the STMF for the mango growers in Pampanga. The Science and Technology Based Farm (STMF) is a collaborative project among the agency providers and private sector, include; DOST-PCAARRD, BPSU, LGU Mabalacat City, PSAU and Zoocobia Theme Park as the project cooperator.
BPSU CONDUCTS 3RD ANNUAL SOLIDARITY ROADSHOW
Almost 2,000 students attend VAWC, Human Rights and World AIDS Day activities
For the third straight year, the University the BPSU Solidarity Roadshow, a trademark activity GFPS-CHRE in support of the Violence Against Women Campaign, World AIDS Day, and the Human Rights Day. The Roadshow is conducted annually from November 25 until December 12 to cover the set schedules of all three international events and celebrations.