Partner agencies that have fundedvarious research endeavors of the university and faculty researchers who haveshown great accomplishments in basic and applied research, technology transferand promotion were also recognized during the celebration which started on Dec.9 and ended on Dec. 11.(With a reportPIA/PN) CAPSU president Dr. Editha Alfon saidthe technofest was successful and will be carried out through the RDE unit inthe succeeding years. The unit was spearheaded by Dr. Lucy Beluso. It also aimed at highlighting thedevelopments and achievements of the institution in research, productdevelopment and utility model. The technofest included an exhibit,showcasing the current innovative knowledge, technology and products developedby the university. During his speech on the opening day,Rep. Fredenil Castro of the 2nd District of Capiz, commended the school for theinitiative and the food-centered researches, challenging the university “tocome up with something better, special, more sophisticated, and spectacular.” The technofest was also a venue forthe science community and enthusiasts, particularly the technology developersand investors, including the science and technology service providers andclients, to interact, exchange ideas and pursue potential opportunities intechnology commercialization and linkages. TRANSLATED TO COMMUNITIES. CAPSU vice – president for Research, Development and Extension Dr. Lucy Beluso (on mic) says that the research products in terms of new technologies and basic researches are translated to the communities in view of the schools’ extension services during an interaction with local tri-media practitioners, Dec. 9, at CAPSU Dayao satellite college in Roxas City. Photo by PIA Capiz/A. Lumaque ROXAS City – The Research, Developmentand Extension (RDE) unit of the Capiz State University (CAPSU) conducted athree-day celebration on its breakthroughs in research and technology here.