Student Interns

Glenn Mingi, Rexie Martizano (UE Interns)

Photo Bio Reactor for Spirolina Growth

Rexie Martizano, Glenn Mingi, Ralph Guiao, Melvin Pagurayan (UE Interns)

Transplanting of Germinated Okra Seeds in AIC Aquaponics System 

Replacing the Busted Relay of the Automated Water Sprinkler System

Installation of Automated Lighting System in AIC Green House

Crash Course on Solar Panel Installation

John Paul Sarmiento, Gilbert Terenz Oribiana, Ronnel Pangyarihan, John Mari Udarbe, and Robert Bryan P. Gavino

Jan Harold Gonzales, John Mari Udarbe, Robert Bryan Gavino, John Paul Sarmiento, and John Danniel Sarmiento

Alvin R. Tribdino(BSIT), George P. Guerrero(BSIT) and Jesus Mari B. Garcia(BSIT) interns from University of the East under the good supervision of Sir Paul Cabacungan - 3 July 2015

Mr. Jeric Lim (1 MS EcE), Mr. Nestor Gramata (1 MS EcE), Mr. Ivan Tan (4 BS COE), and Mr. Hadrian Lim (4 BS COE, not in the picture) installed the power system for the Clean Water 2.0 research - 9 July 2014


Mr. Harry Bolingot, AIC intern, installed a photo-sensor for the three LED lights in the new Sustainable Outdoor laboratory.

No Trace : (student business)
Nestor Valera Ph.D - Chem Dept Chair | Abigail Chen - 2 BS MAC | Merridith Gaw -  2 BS Mgt | Terese Tuballa - 2 BS Mg

No Trace Screen Cleaner is a uniquely formulated product of the Ateneo Innovation Center that is proven, in laboratory and real life experiments, to effectively clean and remove unwanted particles from LCD’s or Glass screens without damaging or leaving residues on the surfaces. Made only with biodegradable materials, it is designed to be eco-friendly and non-toxic. In fact, No Trace is the first ever screen cleaner that’s safe enough to drink in case of emergency.

No Trace safely cleans LCD’s and glass surfaces of dirt, dust and even fingerprints leaving surfaces fresh and shiny. This fresh scented screen cleaner only includes biodegradable and eco-friendly materials as compared to traditional sprays and aerosols. When applied to glass surfaces, No Trace cleans and breaks down unwanted particles and resists electrostatic charges which builds up dust and dirt leaving no trace. No Trace also comes with a microfiber cloth that breaks down oil and grease particles upon contact, and traps these particles within. 


Molinillo :

Byron Raymundo 3 BS Management with Applied Chemistry | Marion Tan 2 BS Computer Engineering | Dawn Corpuz 2 BS CoE | Enzo Pepito 2 BS LM | Aaron Macaren 2 BS CoE |
Sofia Dasmariñas 1 BFA Information Design


Molinillo is a chocolate brand established by undergraduate students from Chemistry, Information Design, Engineering and Management. The goal of the project is to serve as an educational tool to introduce to the market the regional delicacies in the the country by pairing them in a chocolate bar. By sourcing directly from local cacao farmers, Molinillo stays true to the rich profile of the Philippine cacao.

Flavors such as pili nut, quezo de bola, candied ginger, wild honey, dried mango, corn puff, and spicy dilis are some of the products from continuous measurable innovation. Philippines has one of the best cacao, it’s time to showcase chocolates we can call our own.

Viva, Laguna

The Philippines, our beloved country, is what people would call "The Pearl of the Orient Sea," but with what is happening to our environment, people might have a second thought. Our lakes are dying, and the worst part is people don't care. While some don't care, others wouldn't bother learning how to help our lakes. That's where Viva Laguna comes in.

Viva Laguna is a Simulation and RPG game that teaches people how to save a lake. In it, you are a student who forms a multi-disciplinary team who uses each others expertise to eventually bring back a dying lake. This game will not only teach people HOW to save a lake, but also TO save our lakes, because only in collective effort can our country's environment be saved.


AIC @ Sci 10 Plenary


AIC @ Sci 10 Plenary


Thesis Students Learning How to Power the Pumps from a Battery



Thesis Students Learning How to Power the Pumps from a Battery


SolaRain- AIC Aerator Sysyem