The Engineering Sciences and Technology Division (ESTD) of the National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines (NAST PHL) launched its webinar series on Digital Transformations and Digital Ecosystems on 11 January 2021 via Zoom and Facebook Live.
NAST PHL president, Academician (Acd.) Rhodora V. Azanza officially opened the event by enumerating the big role of digital technologies in our lives, specifically during the time of pandemic. She hoped that by the end of the webinar, participants would gain knowledge on the benefits of digital transformations in the economic and socio-cultural status of our country.
The event was moderated by Ms. Gel M. Miranda, host of DOSTv, run and managed by the DOST Science and Technology Information Institute (STII). Six (6) members of the ESTD discussed the role of digital transformation and digital ecosystems in their respective domains.
NUEVA ECIJA – After launching its pilot episode in CARAGA, the National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines (NAST PHL), in partnership with Department of Science and Technology Region III, will conduct the second episode of ScienTeach: A Virtual Symposium for the Youth on November 16, 2020 at 9:00 AM with a live broadcast on the NAST PHL and DOST Regional Office III social media accounts. The virtual symposium is open for all junior and senior high school students from the region
The National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines (NAST PHL), in collaboration with OCEANA, conducted a Science Policy and Information Forum (SPIF) on “Marine Spatial Planning and Coastal Reclamation: A Focus on Manila Bay Area” on 7 October 2020 via Zoom webinar.
NAST PHL Academician (Acd.) and President Rhodora V. Azanza officially opened the forum by highlighting the need for archipelagic countries such as the Philippines to devote on studies and make development plans based not only on land spatial planning but also on marine spatial planning. She expressed hope that the webinar would provide scientific information and guidance on matters concerning the country’s coastal and marine areas relevant to the sustainable management of these ecosystems which provide valuable goods and services. Acd. Mudjekeewis D. Santos, member of the Agricultural Sciences Division of NAST PHL, moderated the forum.