Mister Eduardo S. Tinao, faculty-researcher from the College of Technical- Vocational Training served as one of the lecturers in the Department of Science and Technology Region 2 (DOST-2)-sponsored Science and Technology (S & T) Caravan Phase II held on April 6-13, 2010 in Batanes Island.
Mr. Eduardo S. Tinao shared his experiences in the development and testing of a solar-wind powered Fish Dryer by presenting the results of the CHED funded research on Fish Drying Facility. Such opportunity has given the University a chance to disseminate research results to various stakeholders and strengthen its linkages with government agencies, state colleges and universities as well as private and non-government institutions.
DOST has been moving around the country to conduct S & T training, consultancy, assistance in packaging and laboratory analyses, R & D collaborations, monitoring and evaluation of projects. Part of the S & T training offered by DOST is lecture-demonstrations on various technologies that can be adapted to enhance community development. Experts from different areas were invited to deliver lectures to stakeholders who were invited to join the caravan.