Research Centers

Attesting to UPLB’s excellence in research are the centers of excellence in research as proclaimed by Presidential Decrees:

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Implements R&D for basic and applied researches on molecular biology and biotechnology addressing needs related to agriculture, forestry, environment, energy,?and industry.?BIOTECH is certified for quality management under ISO 9001:2015 while its Central Analytical Services Laboratory and Philippine National Collection of Microorganisms earned the ISO 17025:2005 certificates in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

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The country’s crop biotechnology research and breeding for all improved crops, except rice, is carried out here. It also hosts the National Plant Genetic Resources Laboratory or the Philippines’ germplasm bank of economically important plants in Asia and in Southeast Asia.

  • +63 49 536 5287

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A center of excellence in instruction, research, and extension in entomology, plant pathology, weed science, and pest management. It develops environmentally sound, sustainable, and cost-effective pest management programs and technologies to address the crop protection concerns of the national research agenda and of small farm holders.

  • +63 49 536 1315 +63 49 536 3534
  • cpc.uplb@up.edu.ph

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Pursues R&D strategies to improve individual and community-based systems in various agro-ecosystems. It offers technical assistance conceptualizes and develops projects to help address distressed agricultural production systems, conducts trainings, and produces relevant information materials.

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IFST implements instruction, research, and extension in food science and technology covering cost-effective utilization, processing, or conversion of raw agricultural and fishery commodities into safe, quality, and affordable food and food products.

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IAS was established as a part of the initial core of a nationwide effort to respond to issues of food and agriculture for the country’s short- and long-term needs through instruction, research, and extension in animal production.

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Mandated by the Philippine government to assist in the development of the local dairy industry through research, instruction and extension, DTRI conducts researches relevant to the needs of all sectors at all levels of the dairy and related industries. This includes genetics evaluation, reproductive biotechnology, forage evaluation, and milk product development.

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It conducts laboratory and field tests to verify machine specifications, performance quality of manufacturers, and the suitability of the machines to local farming conditions.

  • +63 49 536 2527
  • amtec.uplb@up.edu.ph

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A 288-hectare facility for crop and livestock research, training, and production programs especially for sustainable agriculture located in La Granja, La Carlota in Negros City.

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It is the first research center in the Philippines to focus on the science and importance of mountains, especially Mt. Makiling.

  • +63 49 536 3572 +63 49 536 2577
  • mcme@uplb.edu.ph

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A training/extension unit that packages and implements training courses in sustainable tropical resources and ecosystems management for the Asia-Pacific region.

  • +63 49 536 2736
  • trees@uplb.edu.ph

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ICOPED provides a strong focus on the development of cooperatives as viable economic and social business enterprises through instruction, research, extension and training, networking, and policy advocacy programs.

  • +63 49 536 3266
  • icoped@uplb.edu.ph

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TTBDO integrates programs, policies, and activities towards the protection, promotion, and successful disposition of the University’s technologies through licensing and technology business incubation to both the private and public sectors. It provides technical support for small and medium-scale enterprises in the country and the Asia-Pacific Region.

  • +63 49 536 4224 +63 49 501 4756
  • ctte.uplb@up.edu.ph

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BIOMECH addresses the need for mechanization towards efficient farming and fisheries processing operations in the country. Its contributions are guided by its main goal of helping achieve food security through agriculture mechanization and green energy production.

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MNH houses preserved biological and zoological specimens, wood samples; by-products of microorganism, and thousands of living plants/trees maintained in a separate location. It is a reference for science and a center for documentation, research, and information. It has a collection of more than 200,000 preserved Philippine animals, plants, cultures of living microorganisms, and other biota that showcase the country’s rich biodiversity.

  • +63 49 536 3669
  • mnh.uplb@up.edu.ph

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Found at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), the museum exhibits terrestrial and aquatic animals at various stages of development, while the parasite collection houses parasites from domesticated and wild animals.

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