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Food Safety Tool for Home-based/Online Food Sellers

FSSAT is a web app where home-based and online food sellers can ensure basic food hygiene is established from their kitchens up to customers. FSSAT Webinar for Home-based/Online Food Sellers Last November 27 2020, DOST-CALABARZON hosted a Facebook live webinar ...
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DOST Courseware offers accessible STEM resources to public

DOST Courseware is a locally-produced, interactive, and highly educational multimedia resource package that offers wide selection to STEM resources. Resilience amidst the pandemic In support of the celebration for the 2020 National Science and Technology week (NSTW), DOST-CALABARZON held the ...
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DOSTv is for Every Juan in the Filipino Household

DOSTv is for every Juan in the Filipino household. “Why?“, you may ask. It is because its programs matter to everyone in the homes of the Filipinos. Read until the end to find out. What is DOSTv? First, let us ...
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Design Assessment Activities for Learning with STARBOOKS

In the past few months, we have faced many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many public establishments have shut down their operations. As a result, schools have also stopped face-to-face classes. This leaves them with no other choice ...
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Balikbayan OFWs Turned Technopreneurs

Balikbayan OFWs turned technopreneurs were the highlight of DOST Report Episode 20 last September 11, 2020. DOST Report is an online weekly show of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). It is aired over DOSTv every Friday at 4:00pm. ...
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Pandan Queen and the benefits of Pandan

Pandan (also known as screwpine) is a common but usually overlooked plant here in the Philippines. Normally, said plant is added to rice because of its fragrance. But did you know that the Pandan plant has more uses than that? ...
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Using STARBOOKS in Remote STEM Education Teaching

In the past few months, we have faced many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many public establishments have shut down their operations. As a result, schools have also stopped face-to-face classes. This leaves them with no other choice ...