National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines

The country's premier recognition and advisory body on Science and Technology

Tree Planting in Commemoration of National Scientists
NAST PHL held a tree planting in Commemoration of the National Scientists last November 15, as part of the year-long celebration of its 40th Anniversary with the theme “40 Years in Pursuit of Excellence”
National Scientist Bienvenido Nebres, S.J. met Pope Francis during the Jesuits’ 36th General Congregation held in Rome on October 24, 2016
InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) for Health Workshop on Addressing Inequities in Health: Fostering Action on Social Determinants on October 3-4, 2016 at The Manila Hotel
The organizing committee of the workshop: (L-R) Dr. Carlo Irwin A. Panelo, Dr. Mario C. Villaverde, Dr. Fely Marilyn E. Lorenzo, National Scientist Ernesto O. Domingo, Academician Carmencita D. Padilla, and Dr. Don Eliseo Lucero-Prisno III
InterAcademy Partnership (IAPdres) for Health Workshop on Adsing Inequities in Health: Fostering Action on Social Determinants on October 3-4, 2016 at The Manila Hotel
Representatives from the academe, medical institutions, government, and national academies of science and medicine in the ASEAN region participated in the two-day workshop.
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
Opening of Poster Session and Exhibits with AASSA Vice President Prof. Dr. M. Shamsher Ali and NAST PHL Acting President Fabian Dayrit
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
Opening Message from AASSA Vice President Prof. Dr. Shamsher Ali
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
Keynote Address from the Director of JAMSTEC and Emeritus Professor of University of Tokyo Toshio Yamagata titled “Prediction of Climate Variation and its Rich Application to Societies for Sustainable Development"
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
Plenary Session 1: International Programs and Initiatives for Sustainable Development: (L-R)Acd. Virginia Cuevas served as moderator, Prof. Dr. M. Shamsher Ali, vice president of AASSA and member of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, discussed “When can Sustainable Development become a Reality and not merely a Slogan?”, Dr. Moneef Zou’bi, director general of the Islamic-World Academy of Sciences, discussed about “Academies of Sciences’ Take on the SDGs” and Engr. Melito Baccay, OYS 2009, served as rapporteur
AASSA-NAST PHL Workshop on the Role of Science Academies on Sustainable Development
Plenary Session 2: National Academies’ Programs and Initiative on Sustainable Development: (L-R)Prof. Dr. A. Nuri Yurdusev served as moderator, Prof. Hyun-Ku Rhee, Fellow Emeritus of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology, discussed about the “Role of KAST for Sustainable Development”, Prof. Uyeda Ichiro, Executive Vice President of Hokkaido University and Science Council of Japan, discussed about “Crop Disease Management in Sustainable Agriculture in Japan”, Dr. Rakhamnbek Toichuev from the South Branch of National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic discussed about the “Scientific Developments and Research Trends on Sustainable Development and Economic Security of the Kyrgyz Republic by Example of the Institute of Medical Problems, South Branch of the Kyrgyz National Academy of Sciences” and Dr. Arnold Hallare, OYS 2007, served as rapporteur
NAST PHL members and awardees were among the top ranking scientists in Philippine Institutions based on their Google Scholar Citations public profiles as reported by Webometrics, the largest academic ranking of higher education institutions.
 
During the second week of June 2016, Cybermetrics Lab collected data from the public profiles of researchers working in Philippine institutions as reflected through the Google Scholar Citations database. Among the top 453 profiles listed in the third edition of the ranking, National Scientist (NS) Lourdes J. Cruz and Academician (Acd.) Jurgenne H. Primavera ranked second and third, respectively. The academicians who made it to the top 20 were Acd. Antonio L. Dans (rank 7), Acd. Rodel D. Lasco (rank 13), Acd. Arsenio M. Balisacan (rank 14), Acd. Gisela P. Concepcion (rank 16), Acd. Allan B. Bernardo (rank 18), and Fernando P. Siringan (rank 19).
 
Outstanding Young Scientist awardees also secured spots in the list namely, Arnel Salvador (rank 4), Raymond Tan (rank 5), Arvin C. Diesmos (rank 9), Porfirio Alino (rank 12), Ernesto Pernia (rank 15), and Mary Ann Lansang (rank 17) while NS Gavino C. Trono Jr. landed on the 20th spot.
 
Webometrics publish a unique ranking of universities in every edition – a result of a careful investigation of a combination of indicators. Its data is generated by Cybermetrics Lab, which has been developing quantitative studies on the academic web since the mid 90s.
 
The ranking aims to promote academic web presence by supporting Open Access initiatives, electronic access to scientific publications and other academic materials. It also uses web indicators as proxies in the correct, comprehensive, deep evaluation of the university global performance, taking into account its activities, outputs, and their relevance and impact.Google Scholar (GS) is a free bibliographic database while Google Scholar Citations is a tool for setting up author profiles of individuals and their publications as covered by GS.
 
To view the full list, visit http://www.webometrics.info/en/node/148.