Cebu Technological University academics took oath during the annual scientific conference and 86th general membership assembly earlier this month at the Philippine International Convention Center.
Joining the league of national researchers, CTU Vice-president for Research and Development Adrian Ybañez and 41 newly affirmed NRCP associate members had immersed themselves into the dialogues on “Humanizing the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” as the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) saw it befitting the country’s think-tank.
To date, CTU has 48 associate members, who blatantly go by the rules of economic prosperity through researches in various fields.
More is expected by research enthusiasts given NRCP’s record of fostering linkages with local and international scientific organizations in the interest of Philippine higher education institutions (HEIs) and state universities and colleges (SUCs). Ann Myril Chua