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CNU launches five new research institutes

03 July 2017 | News

The five institutes are for Innovative Instructional Delivery, Computational Mathematics and Physics, Ageing and Health, Public Governance, and Tropical Biology and Pharmacological Biotechnology.

Courtesy- Wikipedia

Courtesy- Wikipedia

Staying true to its vision as a leading multidisciplinary research university of education, the Cebu Normal University (CNU) launched its five research institutes.

The creation of these research institutes is in line with the Philippine Development Plan for 2017-2022 and with the Commission on Higher Education’s Strategic Plan and Public Higher Education Reform Agenda of 2014.

The five institutes are for Innovative Instructional Delivery, Computational Mathematics and Physics, Ageing and Health, Public Governance, and Tropical Biology and Pharmacological Biotechnology.

The Research Institute for Ageing and Health (RIAH) serves as knowledge producer and innovator in the field of gerontology and public health to promote the ability of the aging population to cope with and adapt to a dynamically changing environment. Its allied aim is to be a resource center for gerontology and health care innovations in the country.

The Research Institute for Tropical Biology and Pharmacological Biotechnology (RITBPB) is designed to spearhead cutting-edge researches, develop home-grown technologies and provide educational training services/continuing professional education in tropical biology and pharmacological biotechnology. Further, this institute utilizes their technical expertise by providing analytical services to niche industries.

These research institutes therefore perform expansive functions as they also serve as training facilities and resource centers enabling a clear link between the institutes’ expertise and the public utilization of knowledge.

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