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An ICT-based application that can analyze crop needs from planting to post-harvest while mitigating the effects of climate change was the grand winner in the 3rd AgriHackathon, an application development competition held at PhilRice, March 24-25. Called Crop++, the application was...

The Central Luzon State University placed second (2nd) in the Association of Computing Machineries-International Collegiate Programming Contest – Northern Luzon Multiprovincial Level by a team composed of three senior BSIT students: Mike Cristian Gragasin, Noah Panuyas, and Gengee Vor Madar...