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URIBE, LADY CHRISNHET P.

Assignment # 3

Picture Indigenous Science Function


Fuel Muyong Muyongs , Ifugao Indigenous
Wood Knowledge, were generally described
by the key informants as a traditional
land-use zoning system that is usually
placed along mountain peaks down to
mid-slopes. These woodlots are also
sources of their fuel wood, wood for
house construction and various edible
fruits such as the areca nut (Areca
catechu).

Toothache Red ant Fry and pulverize then put inside the
Medicine (angiyaw aching tooth.
an)

Antibiotics Coconut For wounds or for those who are


shell newly circumcised. Pulverized the
dried coconut shell then apply to the
wounds.

Herbal Cogon for kidney problems


Drink grass
roots

Odor Charcoal Used to eradicate bad odor in in


Eradicator refrigerators

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21513732.2015.1124453
http://www.benguet.gov.ph/index.php/municipalities/municipality-of-tublay/indigenous-knowledge
URIBE, LADY CHRISNHET P.
President Legacy to Science and Technology
Corazon Aquino  In 1986, during Corazon Aquino's presidency, the National Science and Technology
Authority was replaced by the Department of Science and Technology, giving science and
technology a representation in the cabinet.
 On August 8, 1988, Corazon Aquino created the Presidential Task Force for Science and
Technology which came up with the first Science and Technology Master Plan or STMP.
The goal of STMP was for the Philippines to achieve newly industrialized country status by
the year 2000
 President Corazon Aquino’s term and the reorganization of Philippine bureaucracy that
Executive Order No.128 abolished R.A. No. 3859, also known as the “Philippine Inventors
Incentive Act.” This Philippine Inventors Commission was under the Science Development
board. It gave assistance to Filipino inventors through giving financial aid, patent
application assistance, legal assistance, and to help inventors market their products
domestically and abroad
 R.A. 6655 or the Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988 opened doors to free
education up to the secondary level, implemented in the education system together with
this was the “Science for the Masses Program” which aimed at scientific and technological
literacy among Filipinos.
 Funding for the science and technology sector was tripled from 464 million in 1986 to 1.7
billion in 1992
 The grants for the research and development programs was included in the Omnibus
Investment Law
Fidel V. Ramos  At 1998, the Philippines was estimated to have around 3,000 competent scientists and
engineers.
 Adding to the increase of scientists would be the result of the two newly built Philippine
Science High Schools in Visayas and Mindanao which promotes further development of
young kids through advance S&T curriculum.
 The government provided 3,500 scholarships for students who were taking up professions
related to S&T. Schools were becoming more modernized and updated with the addition
of high-tech equipment for student improvement and teachers were getting training
programs to benefit themselves and their students.
 Health care services were promoted through local programs such as "Doctors to the
Barrio Program."
 The health care programs were innovative and effective as shown by the change in life
expectancy from 67.5 years in 1992 to 69.1 years in 1995.
 Priority for S&T personnel increased when Magna Carta for Science and Technology
Personnel (Republic Act No. 8439) was established.
 The award was published in order to give incentives and rewards for people who have
been influential in the field of S&T.
 Education was one of the primary story-lines wherein programs such as National Program
for Gifted Filipino Children in Science and Technology and enactment of a law creating a
nationwide system of high schools specializing in the field of science and engineering
 In 1993, Science and Technology Agenda for National Development (STAND) was
established Among its priorities were: (1) exporting winners identified by the DTI; (2)
domestic needs identified by the President's Council for Countryside Development; (3)
support industries and (4) coconut industry development
 Magna Carta for Science and Technology Personnel (Republic Act No. 8439)
 Science and Technology Scholarship Law of 1994 (Republic Act No. 7687)
 Inventors and Inventions Incentives Act (Republic Act No. 7459).
 The Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines (Republic Act No. 8293) was enacted
during Ramos' term.
URIBE, LADY CHRISNHET P.
Joseph Estrada  Clean Air Act of 1999 (Republic Act No. 8749[33]) which was designed to protect and
preserve the environment and ensure the sustainable development of its natural
resources,
 Electronic Commerce Act of 2000 (Republic Act No. 8792)[34] which outlaws computer
hacking and provides opportunities for new businesses emerging from the Internet-driven
New Economy
 launched a full-scale program based on cost-effective irrigation technologies .
 He also announced that Dole-outs are out, which meant basic health care, basic nutrition,
and useful education for those who want, but cannot afford it advancement of industries
and schools into the Internet age, as well as the announcement of the passage of the e-
Commerce Act.
Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo  The science and technology sector of the Philippines was dubbed as the "golden age" of
science and technology
 The STI was developed further by strengthening the schools and education system such as
the Philippine Science High School (PSHS), which focuses in science, technology and
mathematics in their curriculum.
 R.A. 9367 or the "Biofuels" act. This act promotes the development and usage of biofuels
throughout the country
 drought-free rice was also highly encouraged to by used during her term
 Republic Act 10601 which improves the Agriculture and Fisheries Sector through
Mechanization (AFMech). RA 10601 covers research, development, and extension (RDE),
promotion, distribution, supply, assembling, manufacturing, regulation, use, operation,
maintenance and project implementation of agricultural and fisheries machinery and
equipment
Benigno Simeon Aquino III  President Aquino conferred four new National Scientist for their contribution in the
Scientific field,
 Trono's contribution helped a lot of families in the coastal populations through the
extensives studies he made on seaweed species.
 Alcala served as the pioneer scientist and advocate of coral reefs aside from his
contribution in the fields of systematics, secology and herpetology.
 Barba's contribution changes the seasonal supply of fresh fruits to an all year round
availability of mangoes through his studies on the induction of flowering of mango and
micropropagation of important crop species.

 Gomez steered the national-scale assessment of damage coral reefs which led a national
conservation.

Rodrigo Roa Duterte  This was established in the big increase in the budget of the Department of Science and
Technology (DOST) this year, he said the DOST’s budget has quadrupled in the last seven
years “from P5 billion in 2010 to P20.8 billion in 2017.”
 Philippine Space Technology Program.
 Fleet of 21 premium Mercedes Benz buses launched to bring passengers from NAIA to
Makati and Roxas Boulevard.

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