The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) through the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (DOST-TAPI) is currently conducting the third leg of Intellectual Property (IP) Road Show at the Lime & Zest Kitchen, Butuan City.
The “IP Road Show” is a series of nationwide event being organized by the DOST-TAPI under the project entitled “Support to the Commercialization of 500 DOST Generated Technologies & Strengthening the Country’s Intellectual Property & Technology Portfolios.” The topics being discussed are the Basic Intellectual Property (IP) Rights, amended IRR of RA 10055 and the TAPI’s IP Rights Assistance Program (IPRAP).
The participants from various state universities and colleges (SUCs) and staff from DOST CARAGA.
Invention Development Division (IDD) Senior Science Research Specialist (SRS) Engr. Elizabeth I. Garcia as she discusses the significance of Basic Intellectual Property.
Glenda C. Rima, IDD SRS II, presenting the Institute’s IP Rights Assistance Program and the revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Republic Act 10055 known as the “Philippine Technology Transfer Act of 2009.”