• The SCS Oath Taking on December 9, 2015

    Dr. Marilla G. Lucero, Scientist I and Dr. Claro N. Mingala, Scientist II taking their oaths in front of Acd. William G. Padolina, NAST President and Ex-Officio Member of the Scientific Career Council.

  • SCS 9th Scientific Symposium on “Harnessing Scientific Research Innovations towards ASEAN Integration”

    SCS Scientists with STC members NS Dolores A. Ramirez, and Dr. Pag-asa D. Gaspillo, NAST members Acd. Ruben L. Villareal and CM Reynaldo L. Villareal, SCC Executive Secretary Acd. Evelyn Mae Tecson-Mendoza, and Keynote Speaker Acd. Gisela P. Concepcion

  • Scientific Career System Orientation Seminar in General Santos City

    Acd. Ruben L. Villareal, former Chair of STC on Agricultural Sciences giving orientation for participants in General Santos City on November 6, 2015

  • First Science Congress in Caloocan City

    Acd. Ruben L. Villareal, Chair of Students and teachers from various Caloocan High Schools participating in the first Caloocan Science Cingress at STI College, Caloocan City last October 23, 2014

  • Scientific Career System confers scientist rank to 11 gov’t researchers

    The new scientists with Scientist I rank from the Department of Agriculture (DA) include five researchers from the Philippine Carabao Center and the Philippine Rice Research Institute: Dr. Edwin C. Atabay (Animal Reproductive Biotechnology), Dr. Eufrocina P. Atabay (Animal Reproductive Biotechnology), Dr. Arnel N. del Barrio (Ruminant Nutrition), Dr. Rosalina M. Lapitan (Ruminant Nutrition) and Dr. Norvie L. Manigbas (Rice Breeding). The other five scientists also with Scientist I rank are from the University of the Philippines (UP) System. They are Dr. Nelly S. Aggangan (Forest Biotechnology), Dr. Edwin P. Alcantara (Entomology), Ms. Cristina M. Bajet (Pesticide Chemistry), Dr. Susan May Calumpang (Chemical Ecology) from UP Los Baños, and Dr. Erlinda G. Naret (Fish Nutrition) from the UP Visayas

management of high value crop commodities. The industry wide adoption of this recommendation has both economic and technical implications in handling pests and diseases in storage of important crops.
He also undertook research on pesticide resistance with emphasis on biochemical mechanisms, stability and inheritance in major pests in storage. Treatments of pesticides with decreased dosage but with enhanced activity were adopted for grain protection to address resistance problem. These findings form part of the package of technologies for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in stored commodities which is being disseminated by PHILMECH.
Dr. Gibe is truly a loss to SCS and to the scientific community. He will be remembered not only for his accomplishments but also for his willingness to share his time and expertise to colleagues.

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