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National Science & Technology Week 2020 Celebration Happening Online This November 23-29, 2020

Updated: Jan 5, 2021

At this point, we still experiencing COVID-19 Pandemic in our country. But that makes none hindrance to celebrate National Science & Technology Week 2020 through virtual presentation. Wherein science community will showcasing its latest innovative products and services that would be useful to all Filipinos.

The National Science & Technology Week 2020 (NSTW) will be from November 23 - 29, 2020. Its programs and activities would facilitated by our Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and celebration in virtual mode for the first time in history.

This year 2020 its theme, “Agham at Teknolohiya: Sandigan ng Kalusugan, Kabuhayan, Kaayusan, at Kinabukasan”, it aims to highlight the efforts and initiatives of DOST and the entire scientific community in the area of research and development; practical technologies; innovation in agriculture, industry, and health; technical services and trainings; and financial assistance to entrepreneurs to help every Filipino adapt to COVID-19 under the new normal.

All technologies and services to be featured by DOST agencies and regional offices, academe, and private sectors in the virtual exhibit will be anchored on the 4Ks referring to the thrust of the Duterte Administration in addressing the pandemic] mentioned in this year’s theme.

Likewise, several webinars and other virtual activities will take the spotlight during the seven-day festivity.

In the previous NSTW celebrations, all techno-exhibits and activities were usually held for five days either at the SMX Convention Center or at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

Moving the annual NSTW celebration from July to November

From 1993 until 2019, the NSTW has been celebrated during every third week of July pursuant to Proclamation 169. However, in August 2019, by virtue of Proclamation 780 signed by President Rodrigo “Roa” Duterte, the NSTW celebration will now be conducted every fourth week of November. The change of date was meant to ensure “maximum participation” of schools, students, stakeholders, and the public during the week-long celebration due to the change in the academic calendar of most universities, schools, and educational institutions.

For more information and updates regarding the 2020 NSTW celebration, please visit the and its Facebook page or send your message at and

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