Forester Arsenio Ella was awarded as an Outstanding Filipino under the Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development category for his contributions in developing scientific and sustainable techniques in resin-tapping, that have not only prolonged the tree's life, but also helped create livelihood for indigenous communities all over the country. He has been with the Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI), Los Banos, Laguna since the 1970s. He was recognized for his efforts in taking care of the environment, while finding practical solutions to the needs of communities.
Dr. Gilda C. Rivero, Ph.D. is the chancellor of the University of the Philippines, Mindanao. ...Learn More
Dr. Virginia Cuevas is recognized for pioneering research on organic fertilizer that lead to the development ...Learn More
Dr. Marior N. Soriano is recognized of her outstanding contributions in the area of signal and image processin...Learn More
Dr. Maria Paz Mendoza Guazon, is recognized of her important contributions in the field of a medical practitio...Learn More
Dr. Rafael Guerrero III is recognized for his pioneering work on the development of sex reversal and hatchery ...Learn More
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Dr. Linda Posadas is recognized of her researches in physics specifically in the field of semiconductor lasers...Learn More
Dr. William G. Padolina implemented a development agenda that included technological advances in agr...Learn More
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