A 5-day workshop suited CTU Danao faculty to gain more knowledge of efficient patent search and drafting this week as one of the university mandates.
Participants submitted 70 utility models, patents, industrial designs, and trademarks for review by the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL).
The campus has sustained the drive for innovation , according to assistant campus director Gamaliel Gonzales in his speech at the event, whose promotion of protecting ideas of academics can be seen in related activities over the years.
Keynote speakers were Eric Paden and Emmanuel Mendoza of IPOPHL Visayas and North Luzon, respectively.
Engr. Ocampo banked on University Director for Innovation and Technology Support Office (ITSO) Leodivino Lawas and ITSO officers Anthony Ilano and Derek Montellana for support. Sarah Jane Colina/ICPA Danao