The National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), Philippines, as the highest recognition body on science and technology in the country is now accepting nominations for the various NAST and DOST awards, namely;
I. NAST AWARDS
(a) Outstanding Young Scientist (OYS) Awards
(b) NAST Environmental Science Award
(c) TWAS Prize for Young Scientist in the Philippines (Mathematics)
(d) NAST Talent Search for Young Scientists
(e) Nast Award for Outstanding Research in Tropical Medicine
(f) Outstanding Scientific Paper Awards
(g) Outstanding Book and / or Monograph Awards
(h) Best Scientific Posters
(i) Dr. Geminiano T. de Ocampo Visionary Award for Medical Research (GTOVAMR)
II. DOST AWARDS
(a) Outstanding Technology Commercialization (Gregorio Y. Zara Medal)
(b) Outstanding Research and Development Award
(b.1) for Basic Research (Eduardo A. Quisumbing Medal)
(b.2) for Applied Research (Julian A. Banzon Medal)
(c) Outstanding Science Administrator Award (Dioscoro L. Umali Medal)
(d) Magsaysay Future Engineers/ Technologists award (MFET)
For Inquiries, you may contact the NAST Secretariat
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, PHILIPPINES
3F Science Heritage Bldg. DOST Cmpd. Bicutan, Taguig City, Metro Manila
Direct Line: 8373170; Trunkline: 8372071 loc 2170
Submission of Entries to Consortia/PSS: January 7, 2015
Submission of Entries to PCHRD-DOST: January 15, 2015
For inquiries, please call Ms. Camille Louise S. Sunglao at (045) 455-1733
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