CLSU embarks on a 5-year international collaborative project on Banana and Cacao

The Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) selected the project “Development and Adoption of Ecofriendly High-Performance Disease Control Technology for Banana and Cacao through Agrobiodiversity Management System” for the Fiscal Year 2020 Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS) program. The 5-year collaborative project of Central Luzon State University and Tamagawa University in Japan was among the ten selected projects out of 95 proposals submitted for SATREPS funding. Under the Bioresources category, three including the CLSU and Tamagawa University project were chosen from 30 submitted proposals.

OVPAA, OAd organize revisiting curricular program offerings workshop

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CLSU Maestro Singers, Minister of the Korea Forest Service Award Winner

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