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This year's theme, "Science for the People: Enabling Technologies for Sustainable Development," underpins the event's showcase on the latest innovations in technologies, products, and research that can help achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

      Cluster 1: Food Security, Energy and Environment
      Cluster 2: Aging Society, Health, and Medical Care
      Cluster 3: S&T Human Resource Development
      Cluster 4: Equity and Growth in the Countryside
      Cluster 5: Biodiversity and Sustainable Use of Biological Resources
      Cluster 6: Sustainable Cities and Communities
      Cluster 7: Resilience and Innovation
      Cluster 8: International Linkages
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2019 NSTW focuses on S&T's role in attaining sustainable dev't goals

2019 NSTW
This year's theme, "Science for the People: Enabling Technologies for Sustainable Development," underpins the event's showcase on the latest innovations in technologies, products, and research that can help achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Read More

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Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte at NSTW Mindanao


Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte in his keynote message during the Opening Ceremony of the National Science and Technology Week celebration in Mindanao held at the SMX Convention Center in Lanang, Davao City on 06 July 2018.

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The NSTW highlights the significant contributions of science and technology to national development and has become a platform for heralding S&T advocacy in the country.

In the 1950's, the National Science Development Board (forerunner of DOST) spearheaded the Philippine National Science Week celebration on the third week of November. It became a backdrop for conferring recognition and appreciation to outstanding scientists, researchers, inventors, and institutions.

The NSTW was institutionalized in 1982 through Proclamation No. 2214 signed by President Ferdinand E. Marcos, which designated the second week of July each year for its observance.

The Science and Technology Master Plan (STMP) was launched by the administration of former Pres. Corazon C. Aquino during the 32nd NSTW celebration in 1990 to establish the desired direction of S&T development in the country. The S&T Fair was included in the line-up of important activities of the NSTW during the same year. It became the banner activity throughout the 1990s.

In 1993, the NSTW celebration was moved to the third week of July through Proclamation No. 169 under the administration of former Pres. Fidel V. Ramos.

Other important activities of the NSTW include the various awards for basic and applied research, technology transfer, technology commercialization and S&T promotion; scientific meetings, technical and investment forums, technology demonstrations, and technical tours.

2019 NSTW #ScienceForThePeople

2019 NSTW


Once again, the Department of Science and Technology will be in the forefront of showcasing the country's best S&T researches and services, interactive exhibits, and technology-aided entrepreneurship this coming National Science and Technology Week (NSTW). To be held July 17 to 21 at World Trade Center in Pasay City, the NSTW aims to give the public a unique experience on how S&T work for a better life. #ScienceForThePeople

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