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  January 16, 2018
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Victorias, Neg.Occ. 6119
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A proposal for strategnic cooperation and investment with Universities & colleges in the Negros Island region of the Philippine Islands with outside investors involving technology projects for technology transfer for advancement, and increase relevance and extend reach of Science & Technology, making them societably achievable.

We encourage financially sound investment in partnership with Universities & colleges as leading Universities in the Philippines have recently declared and established.

Projects Portfolios Under Our Arm:

1) ICE (Immersion Cold Energy) Arctic & Alpine MicroGeneration.

2) MicroSynthese of VitD-As from Plant Lanosterol.

3) Unbuffering Quality Silage with MicroZymogen Technology.

4) MicroConsortia Used for CH4 Generation with Feedstock.

5) MicroUrealysis with Express UreoZymogen Technology.

6) Micro-[His]Protect Technology for Silage with Organic Beef and Dairy. 

In all these projects, for example, metabolomics, proteomics and genomics with computational bioinformatics will require skills of: mathematicians, physicians, biochemists, microbiologists, agronomists and computer engineers to solve multi-disciplinary problems with the probability of finding great commercial success. 



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Last update of this entry: November 28, 2017

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