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The Department of Science and Technology Region V (DOST V) will lead the 2019 Regional Science and Technology Week (RSTW) on 08-10 October 2019 together with S&T networks/ consortia namely the Bicol Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research & Development (BCAARRD), Bicol Consortium for Health Research & Development (BCHRD) and Bicol Consortium for Industry, Energy & Emerging Technologies Research & Development (BCIEERD), and DOST institutes/councils [Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI), Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus (DOST-PSHS BRC), Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS), and Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (DOST-PAGASA)], and the Bicol State College of Applied Science and Technology (BISCAST) as host/venue.

This year’s RSTW will feature the S&T Exhibit, Forum, Opening/Closing Programs, Awarding Ceremonies (Plaque of Ownership to Graduated SETUP Customers, Best SETUP Adoptor and Best CEST Community; Project Launch/Signing (Bicol Science Centrum Rehabilitation and Refurbishment, Lot Donation of CNSC to PSTC-Camarines Norte, Pili NICER at BUCAF, Engineering Innovation Center at BISCAST, Modernization of Albay Dairy Plant to Province of Albay and FoodSAFE: Food Safety Assurance for Every Juan) and others. To participate in the various activities are officials/representatives from government and private institutions, academe, media and local government units (LGUs).

Another main S&T event simultaneous with the 2019 RSTW Celebration is the 2019 Bicol Regional Invention Contests and Exhibits (BRICE) where inventors, makers, designers and professional/student researchers will convene and compete for six (6) BRICE awards such as the Outstanding Invention (Tuklas Award), Outstanding Utility Model (UM), Outstanding Industrial Design (ID), Outstanding Creative Research (Likha Award), and Outstanding Student Creative Research (Sibol Award) for High School and College Students. Bicolano regional champions will represent the region and vie for the national awards in the National Invention Contests and Exhibits (NICE) during the National Inventors Week (NIW) in November 2020.

Following the theme for 2019 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW), “Science for the People: Enabling Technologies for Sustainable Development” is also the theme for the 2019 RSTW and BRICE. For Bicol, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) group/cluster includes Resilience and Innovation; Equity and Growth in the Countryside; Food Security, Energy and Environment; and S&T Human Resource Development.

To all our S&T partners, you are cordially invited to celebrate with us and take an active part in the 2019 RSTW and BRICE. (Dr. P.O. Lucena, DOST V)

The Department of Science and Technology Region V (DOST V) in partnership with the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) and S&T networks/consortia in the region will conduct the 2019 Bicol Regional Invention Contests and Exhibits (BRICE) on 08-10 October 2019 in Naga City, back-to-back with the Regional Science and Technology Week (RSTW) Celebration.

BRICE is conducted every other year, alternately with the National Invention Contests and Exhibits (NICE) pursuant to Section 4 of Republic Act No. 7459, also known as “Inventors and Invention Incentives Act of the Philippines”. As a regional competition, BRICE recognizes outstanding inventive and creative works in five (5) categories namely: Outstanding Invention (Tuklas Award); Outstanding Utility Model (UM); Outstanding Industrial Design (ID); Outstanding Creative Research (Likha Award) in two (2) sub-categories: government-funded and private-funded; and
Outstanding Student Creative Research (Sibol Award) for High School and College Students. Also, BRICE serves as qualifying round and the regional champions compete during NICE in November of the following year. Qualified inventors, individual designers, makers and professional/student researchers are required to submit their BRICE entries together with the following
documents, completely filled-up, signed by contestant/s and notarized entry forms (one copy each) to DOST V, Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City on or before 06 September 2019, 5:00 p.m. Note: Pre-Screening of Entries is set on 09 September 2019. Only the owners of qualified entries shall be notified for their participation in BRICE (final evaluation by the Board of Judges).

For Invention, UM, ID, and Creative Research (Likha Award) categories:
○ RIC Form No. 1 (Entry Form)/Annex 1
○ RIC Form No. 2 (Waiver Form)/Annex 3
○ Copy of letters patent or UM/ID registration (as applicable)
○ One (1) Page Abstract, description/drawings, pictures and certificates


For Student Creative Research (Sibol Award)
○ RIC Form No. 3 (Entry Form)/Annex 2
○ RIC Form No. 4 (Waiver Form)/Annex 4
○ One (1) Page Abstract, description/drawings, pictures and certificates

Postal Address: Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City, 4500, Philippines
Website: http://region5.dost.gov.ph

Tel No. (052) 742-091

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Additional Requirements for Creative Research Category (Likha Award) and Student Creative Research Category (Sibol Award)
- Notarized Certification that their work is their own, new and original
o RIC Form No. 5 (Certification for Likha Award)/Annex 5
o RIC Form No. 6 (Certification for Sibol Award)/Annex 6

BRICE Rules, Criteria and Required Forms are available at DOST V website: http://region5.dost.gov.ph. For further details, please advise concerned office personnel and customers to visit/contact DOST V, Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City, tel. no. (052) 742-0911 and the Provincial Science and Technology
Center (PSTC) nearest them. (Dr. P.O. Lucena, DOST V)

The Department of Science and Technology Regional Office V conducted an Orientation-Workshop on Maximizing Use of Elsevier's Tools for Research and Publication last May 29, 2019, at Kanzol Hall and Restaurant, Peñaranda St., Legazpi City.


This activity was sponsored by the Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD), one of the sectoral council of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).


PCIEERD subscribed to Elsevier's Science Direct and Scopus Database to provide access for the State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and other R&D partner institutions which are anticipated to help scientific publications from the RDIs and academe in the region.

The Health Policy Development and Planning Bureau, Department of Health and the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development, Department of Science and Technology is scheduled to conduct a one day joint meeting to formally launch the new health policy and systems research priorities for 2019 under the Advancing Health through Evidence-Assisted Decisions with Health Policy and Systems Research (AHEAD-HPSR) Program of the Department of Health on January 30, 2019 at  Hotel Jen, Roxas Blvd. Manila.

The AHEAD-HPSR Program has been developed to operationalize the FOURmula ONE for Health (F1) Plus Framework’s commitment to instill a culture of research, strengthen internal analytic capacity in the DOH, and build health policy systems research capacity within the sector.  The objectives of this meeting are as follows:

  • To present the FOURmula ONE for Health (F1) Plus Framework of the DOH;
  • To present the latest updates on the AHEAD-HPSR Program of the DOH (topics and timeliens;
  • To provide a platform for levelling-off among key stakeholders on research contracting and management processes in the DOH and PCHRD;
  • To orient on the Grants-in-Aid Guidelines of the DOST; and
  • To present the Single Joint Research Ethics Review Process in the DOH.

 

Masagca, Clores and Aguilar attends Training of Trainers in the BRM

LEGAZPI CITY - The Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) through the Symmetrix Research Consultancy conducted a 3-day training for the Regional Health Research and Development Consortia (RHRDCs) entitled Training of Trainers in the Basic Research Method held last December 3-6, 2018 at the second floor, Carlota-Paz Function Room, Hotel Jen, Pasay City.

Symmetrix Research Consultancy Co. was contracted by PCHRD to lead in developing a standardized training module for the Basic Research Methods Course. This activity aims to produce the first batch of trainers capacitated to deliver the BRM training using the standardized manual that will be produced.

By the end of the course, the participants would be able to:

  1. Identify the topics under each sub-module which serves as the minimum requirements for the topics to be covered in the Basic Research Methods Course conducted by the RHRDCs;
  1. Discuss the important topics covered in each sub-module; and
  2. Give a lecture on the various topics covered by the sub-modules

A total of 32 participants attended the said training including the trainees from Bicol Region namely, Dr. Jimmy Masagaca (CSU), Dr. Vincent Aguilar (BRTTH), Dr. Michael Clores (AdNU), and Kevin Capoles (BCHRD). (KBC/BCHRD)