Promoted and Newly-Hired SRDI Staff Take Oath of Office

Promoted and Newly-Hired SRDI Staff Take Oath of Office   A jam-packed Office of the University President was apparent last April 8, 2013 at exactly 2:00 pm as SRDI staff were ushered  in for a very important event.   Eighteen (18) promoted staff and twelve (12) newly hired staff took their oath of office, officiated continue reading


Dr. Cristeta F. Gapuz OIC Director   July 19, 2011. a day to remember in SRDI’s history.. turn-over ceremony  of SRDI directorship  from Dr. Ricardo C. Briones to Dr. Cristeta F. Gapuz as Officer In-Charge (OIC) of SRDI.   The fateful event was personally attended by the president and witnessed by SRDI staff together with key officials continue reading

MRD Paper Published in the Science Master Journal List of Thomson Reuters (ISI) Zoological Record (Author/Researcher Gets Diamond Award as Asian Best Oral Research Presenter)

Dr. Crestilyn N. Damasco (3rd from left) with two Fellow awardees…   …and with PAIR President, Dr. Genaro V. Japos (left) during the awarding ceremonies.   The paper of the Mulberry Research and Development entitled, “Hybridization and Genetic Improvement of Mulberry Varieties” authored by Dr. Crestilyn N. Damasco, with Ms. Merlita A. Dacayanan, Dr. Minerva continue reading

Short Term Courses / Training 2012

( 5 to 10 day Training  Courses ) Training in General Sericulture Training in Mulberry Production Training in Silkworm Egg/Seed Production Training in Young Age silkworm Production Training in Raw Silk Production Training in Thrown Silk Production Training in Silk Weaving Training in Novelty Items Production  

SRDI Researchers Conquer the World Research Festival 2012

From left: SRDI researchers, Engr. Rubelyn V. Delfin, Dr. Mabel M. Caccam, OIC-Director, Dr. Cristeta F. Gapuz and Ms. Elizabeth H. Madrid taking a pose after the awarding ceremonies of the World Research Festival 2012.   SRDI delegatesled by the OIC-Director, Cristeta F. Gapuz, showed they are world class researchers when they bagged awards including the World’s continue reading

SERICULTURE: A Promising Business

Our country is pushed against social and economic problems. Poverty remains the most serious of them all that trigggered social unrest. The pumping cost of crude oil that greatly increased the prices of prime commodities sometimes beyond reach of poor families, the influx of graduates without ready employment contributed to economic turmoil. Thus, humanity had continue reading