Knowledge products (KPs) refer to the output of a process, team, or organization in the form of a document which enables effective action. With the number of technologies generated, numerous KPs were also produced and distributed, these include the following:
CLSU IJST and CLSU IJEDS
- The CLSU International Journal of Science and Technology and the CLSU International Journal of Education and Development Studies are internationally peer-reviewed journals published by the International Affairs Office. Both journals seek solutions to the problems of S&T in a developing world.
Books / Magazines
CLAARRDEC: Technology Transfer and Commercialization Initiatives
- A book composed of consolidated documentation of the CLAARRDEC member institutions (CMIs) in conducting their own technology transfer and commercialization activities. It may also serve as reference guide for other CMIs for the conduct of their own technology transfer and commercialization activities.
Bēya: Agriculture, Fisheries, and Natural Resources Management of Indigenous Peoples in Central Luzon
- A book consisting of indigenous knowledge systems and practices of Alta-Dumagat and Ilongots of Aurora, Kalanguya of Nueva Ecija, and Ayta Magbukon of Bataan on agriculture, fisheries, and natural resources management.
AGRICHAMPS: Championing Agriculture through CLSU Technologies
- A coffeetable book, published by the OVPRE, which yearns to inform, inspire, and instigate technology adoption as it features success stories of eight individuals who proudly professed their experiences and best practices using agricultural technologies that were extended to them.
Philippine Agribusiness Investment Opportunities
- A book on generating more investments in agribusiness to achieve inclusive growth in the countryside. It is the 6th volume of the Philippine Agribusiness Investment published by the University Research Center in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture -Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Services.
SoyaSarap: Healthy Delights
- A magazine-type publication featuring eight soya-based products developed by the Soybean Utilization and Product Development Team. This KP intends to entice enterprising individuals or groups to venture into commercializing soya-based products.
Binnovation: Harnessing Business Innovation with CLSU-AFTBI
- A coffeetable book demonstrating the CLSU-Agriculture and Fisheries Technology Business Incubation’s commitment to introduce and offer new processes, business innovation models, and services and products that will positively affect client’s business.