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GUSA REGIONAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL AND MSU STUDES ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE REGIONAL INVENTION CONTEST PDF Print E-mail
Written by Teresita S. Baluyos   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 09:37

The study on the herbal potential of madre de cacao leaf stalk by a team of students from Gusa Regional Science High School capped the top prize in the recently-concluded Regional Invention Contest.  The team  capped the Sibol Award (Student Creative Research Category, High School Level) with an attached P10,000 cash prize.  The team is composed of Geila Mae de los Angeles, Patricia Nyn Heruela and Renerio Gentallan, Jr.

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Geila Mae de los Angeles (extreme left), Patricia Nyn Heruela (center) and Renerio Gentallan, Jr. (not in photo) grabbed the championship for the Sibol Award (Student Creative Research Category, High School Level) during the Regional Invention Contest for their study on the herbal potential of madre de cacao leaf stalk.  At extreme right is their science project adviser, Mrs. Erma Dapin.

 

 

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Emil Keith Antonio (center) of Mindanao State Univeristy Main Campus, Marawi City,  receives his P10K cash award as the champion of the Sibol Award (Student Creative Research Category, College Level) during the recently-concluded Regional Invention Contest sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology Regional Office No. X (DOST-X) and the Technology Application and Promotion Institute (TAPI).  With Antonio is DOST-X Regional Director Alfonso Alamban (left) and TAPI Director Edgar Garcia (right).  Antonio's research is about the Novel Eco-Friendly Citrullus Products.  He also grabbed the top prize for the Likha Award (Creative Research Category) for his research on RECYCLING WASTES FROM PROCESSING SEA CUCUMBERS:  GREEN TECHNOLOGY IN LOCAL FORMULATION/PRODUCTION OF BIO-SAFE AND INDIGENOUS PRODUCTS.”  Along with the champion-students from Gusa Regional Science High School, Antonio  will represent Region X in the National Invention Contest and Exhibit.

 

Emil Keith Antonio of Mindanao State University-Main Campus, Marawi City grabbed the top prizes of the other two categories:  Sibol Award (Student Research Category, College Level) and the Likha Award (Creative Research) of which a P10,000 cash prize each was also awarded.  Antonio’s research studies delve on the Recycling of wastes from processing sea cucumbers and the eco-friendly citrullus products.

 

Runners-up for the  Sibol Award, High School Level are also from the Gusa Regional Science High School.  Cheri Ann Ansale, Ace Irish Talibong won P2,500 cash prize for their research on  “THE EFFECT OF BIO-N IN DIFFERENT MEDIA ON THE GERMINATION AND VEGETATIVE GROWTH OF RICE.” Dave Exequiel Suico, Meara Pearlnille Suico and Bea Marisse Daayata also got P2,500 cash prize for their study on the potential-tocopherol content in oil extracted from ornamental gourd seeds.

 

For the Sibol Award, College level, the runners-up include the team from Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology for their study entitled, “ONE MAN’S PEST IS OTHER MAN’S TREASURE!  CEASING UNWANTED MICROBES WITH THE ARTIFICIAL ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY MIMICKING BEHAVIOR OF SNAIL MUCOUS:  A NOVEL DISCOVERY AGAINST ANTI-MICROBIAL RESISTIVITY.” The team, composed of Michael Lou Lapasaran, Rheabezy Bendoy, Malaya Negad and Anthon Mark Jay Rivas won P2,500 cash prize.  Another runner up is the team from Mindanao University of Science and Technology.  They are Peter John Estillore, Andrew Aparicio, Dahren Gay Compra, Jan Hamilton Leonar and Ruvel Cuasito.  Their invention,  “DEVELOPMENT OF A LOCALIZED COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL LATHE MACHINE” won for them a P2,500 cash prize.

 

The other runners-up for the Likha Award (Creative Research) include  the invention  of Dr. Elmer Sayre of Initao, Misamis Oriental  which is a single-chamber urine-diverting, dehydration toilets for poor communities with little or no sanitation won for him the P2,500 cash prize.  Another runner-up in this category is the study on the “THERMAL INSULTATION OF RICE HULLS AND WASTE POLYSTYRENE FOAM AS COMPOSITE MATERIAL” by Dr. Franco Flores of Capitol University which has a P2,500 cash prize.

 

The Regional Invention Contest was one of the many activities of the regional celebration of the National Science and Technology Week the theme, “Nasa Siyensiya ang Pag-asa.”  # (Tess Superioridad Baluyos, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 09277559972)

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