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Learn more about PTRI's textile innovations through a 3-day exhibit at this year's Negosyo Fair.
Don't miss out on these opportunities you can use to explore, develop, and improve products and human-resource capabilities for your textile and industry-related businesses.
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PTRI brings investors and industry adaptors its textile innovations at the 2017 Negosyo Fair
The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), the lead textile research and development arm of the Department of Science and Technology, will showcase its completed researches and technologies at the 2017 Negosyo Fair.
Organized by the Department of Trade and Industry, the trade fair runs from June 21 to 22, 2017 where investors and industry adaptors can see the textile innovations brought by PTRI and interact with the Institute’s representatives for possible partnerships.
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HOME BUDDY Host (DZME 1530kHz), Ms. Jaemie Quinto interviewed through phone, DOST-PTRI Director Celia B. Elumba regarding portable therapeutic handlooms. Facebook Live on 31 May 2017 / 1:16PM.
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PTRI-designed portable therapeutic handlooms turned over to St. Francis School-VSA Arts for special needs studentsby Lorraine M. Cueva (Technology Transfer, Information and Promotions Staff)
QUEZON CITY, Metro Manila — The Philippine Textile Research Institute (DOST-PTRI), in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology-National Capital Region (DOST-NCR), officially turned over ten (10) portable therapeutic handlooms to St. Francis School-VSA Arts Philippines for special needs students. The ceremony was held at VSA Arts, Quezon City last May 4, 2017.
Father Hozo Sato, together with the VIP guests, officiated the ribbon cutting ceremonies of the event
As part of its mandate to undertake transfer of completed researches and technologies to end-users, PTRI designed and developed a handloom that allows differently-abled individuals, especially paraplegics, to engage in urban handloom weaving as a means of developing their physical, mental, and social abilities.
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EMPOWERING THE LOCAL WEAVING COMMUNITIESby Lanquin Seyer R. Gacusan (Technology Transfer, Information and Promotions Staff)
Ms. Stephanie Anne Cuevas from Rags2Riches teaching Basic Product Costing to the participating weaving communities
MANDALUYONG CITY, Metro Manila — There is no doubt that the Philippines is a country rich in creativity on arts and crafts embedded in our history and culture. This includes handloom weaving, a traditional craft, that emanated from Philippine ancestral tribes passed on to the current generations.