Casmiro del Rosario was a physicist. He was director of the Weather Bureau from 1946
CASMIRO DEL ROSARIO
del Rosario obtained a doctorate in physics in 1932. He taught at the University
of the Philippines and later headed the department of physics.
1946, del Rosario was designated director of the Weather Bureau. He later became
the first vice-chairman of the National Science and Development Board.
Dr del Rosario was known for his research on ultraviolet light of different wavelengths,
the effect of radioactive radiation on Euglena, and high voltage electrical discharges
in a vacuum. He was conferred as a National Scientist in 1982.