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Superkalan Inventor Patents

A Filipino inventor, from Bangar, La Union, is now considered as most awarded for the countless commendations he has received for his inventions.

Narciso Mosuela, 76, has received citations from different categories such as for excellence, entrepreneurship and invention. Filipino Inventor Society Inc.’s national award in 1984, top seller in the Ramot ti Aminanan (Root from the North) Exposition in 2003, the Department of Trade and Industry’s Outstanding MSME (micro, small and medium enterprise) in 2008, and Globe’s top Masigasig Award in 2008 are only some of the awards he has received for his many years of innovating things that could help his people.

But from the many awards he has, he is best known for his invention, superkalan. Superkalan is a stove made of concrete and flattened aluminum using wood instead of petroleum. It has been a fixture in many Filipino homes during the past 20 years.

 
Cordillera Art of Weaving

Since Cordilleran art of weaving has fascinated local and foreign tourists who visit the region, particularly during the hot summer months, DOST (Department of Science and Technology) introduced to the local weaving industry replicated some long-forgotten designs.

The local woven clothes are an instant hit among tourists, who purchase them as souvenir items. The purchase provides supplementary earnings to local weavers of the Cordilleras.

 
Alfredo Anos Sr

Alfredo M. Anos Sr. is recognized as the godfather of Filipino inventors. He has made greater than 44 inventions and innovations that received multi-level recognition. Some inventions of him are Anos Fire Boat, Anos Fire Rescue, Portable Fire Pump, Boring Device, Life-Saving Blood, Plasma Sheller, Anti-Storm, Moderator, and the Variable Color Monolight.

 
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