3 estudyanteng sakay ng motorsiklo, patay matapos sumalpok sa 10-wheeler truck

Written by Paul Jaysent Fos | Romblon News
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Photo Courtesy of Michelle Mella, 97.5 JamFM BansudPhoto Courtesy of Michelle Mella, 97.5 JamFM Bansud

Tatlong estudyante na papasok na ng Alcadesma National High School ang patay matapos na sumalpok ang kanilang sinasakyang motorsiklo sa kasalubong na 10-wheeler truck sa kahabaan ng Philippine Nautical Highway System sa Barangay Salcedo, Bansudo, Oriental Mindoro.

Nangyari ang aksidente pasado alas-7 kaninang umaga.

Ayon kay PSINSP MARFREDO B. DULATRE ng Bansud Municipal Police Station, matulin umano ang paandar ng motorsiklong minamaneho ng isang estudyante.

Nag-overtake umano ito sa isang motor at hindi siguro napansin na kasalubong na pala ang 10-wheeler truck na may kargang bato at buhangin na patungo sanang bayan ng Bongabong.

Dahil sa lakas ng pagkakasalpok ng...

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DOST-MIMAROPA launches the mimaropaventures.ph Mobile App

Written by Patricia O. Calora, DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Office | John Ian Ace Diocadez, DOST-PSTC Romblon
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Dr. Abilay as she briefs the press on DOST- MIMAROPA’s new and existing programs and servicesDr. Abilay as she briefs the press on DOST- MIMAROPA’s new and existing programs and services

Now consumers can shop for quality government-assisted MIMAROPA products through their smartphones!

The e-commerce website for MIMAROPA’s government-assisted micro enterprises (http://mimaropaventures.ph) has now gone mobile. DOST-MIMAROPA unveiled the mobile app during its celebration of the 2016 Science and Technology Week, dubbed “Changing Lives through Science.”

According to DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Director, Dr. Ma. Josefina P. Abilay, the app will complement the agency’s efforts to widen the markets of the region’s government- assisted micro enterprises. Through the app, their products will become more accessible to the millions of smartphone users in the country, which, Statistica: The Statistics Portal, forecasts to be 33.3...

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Rural Health Units And Secondary Schools in Mimaropa to Receive Solar Energy Systems this 2017

Written by Athena Colline Verdey, DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Office | Eleazar Manaog, PSTC-Marinduque
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(From left to right) Mara Sanico, DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Director Dr. Ma Josefina P. Abilay, Provincial Science and Technology Director Bernie Caringal, and Kagawad Ronaldo Rodil visits a house installed with solar energy system in Brgy. Yook Buenavista (Marinduque CEST Area)(From left to right) Mara Sanico, DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Director Dr. Ma Josefina P. Abilay, Provincial Science and Technology Director Bernie Caringal, and Kagawad Ronaldo Rodil visits a house installed with solar energy system in Brgy. Yook Buenavista (Marinduque CEST Area)

Renewable energy from the sun is an infinite, sustainable, and ubiquitous resource. This resource, despite its greatest potential of providing reliable and cost-effective electricity, remains largely untapped.

Island- provinces comprising the MIMAROPA Region— Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan— are not connected to the main power grid in Luzon adversely affecting access to electricity, especially in far flung areas to few hours a day. As a result, power disruptions that interrupt operations in critical community facilities in the region such as rural health centers, schools, and emergency shelters, among others, frequently occur. Due to this, many locals have...

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Transforming Research and Development into Business through Technopreneurship Training for Local Researchers in Mimaropa

Written by Athena Colline L. Verdey, Jury C. Tabarangao - DOST-MIMAROPA Regional Office
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Dr. Luis G. Sison (Center), Dr. Ma. Josefina P. Abilay (Left), and Representative of Sen. Bam Aquino as PSU Board Member Eddie Nuque (Right), together with the MIMAROPA SUC Presidents, VPs for Research, panelists, and the participants of the Technopreneurship Training ProgramDr. Luis G. Sison (Center), Dr. Ma. Josefina P. Abilay (Left), and Representative of Sen. Bam Aquino as PSU Board Member Eddie Nuque (Right), together with the MIMAROPA SUC Presidents, VPs for Research, panelists, and the participants of the Technopreneurship Training Program

Local researchers in MIMAROPA were upskilled through trainings and mentorship, both online and offline, to develop entrepreneurial ability to identify and exploit market opportunities for their new technology ventures via a Technoprenuership Training Program initiated by the Department of Science and Technology-MIMAROPA Region (DOST-MIMAROPA).

The Technopreneurship Training Program, organized by DOST-MIMAROPA, with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), University of the Philippines National Engineering Center (UP NEC), UP Enterprise, and the five MIMAROPA State Colleges and Universities (SUCs)— Palawan State University (PSU), Marinduque State College (MSC), Occidental Mindoro State College (OMSC), Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology (MinSCAT), and...

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