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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY SOCIETIES


National Academy of Science & Technology (NAST) - the NAST was created in 1976 under Presidential Decree 1003 and is mandated to recognize outstanding achievements in science and technology and to serve as a reservoir of competent scientific and technological manpower for the country.   In 1982, through Executive Order 818, the Academy was also formally charged with the function of advisory body to the President of the Republic of the Philippines and the Cabinet on policies concerning science and technology in the country.

National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) - was created on December 8, 1933 by virtue of Act No. 4120 of the Ninth Philippine Legislature.It was established to promote the advancement of science through researches that will build up a body of Filipino men and women devoted to scientific research.

Geological Society of the Philippines - (excerpt from the website) The Geological Society of the Philippines was organized on VJ Day, September 2, 1945, amidst the ruins of the newly liberated City of Manila when a group of geologists (mostly Americans) attached to the office of the Chief Engineer, GHQ AFPSC, met with a group of Filipino geologists and mining engineers under the chairmanship of Lt. Col. H. G. Scherick.  Credit for the initiation of the movement which led to the founding of the Society goes to Major Robert N. Williams and to Dr. Jose M. Feliciano.  Of the 62 original or charter members, 39 were Americans, one Australian, and the rest Filipinos.

Mathematical Society of the Philippines the MSP was established in 1973 to promote mathematics education and research and currently has 9 chapters around the country.

Philippine Engineers & Scientists Organization (PESO) - Established in 1973 in Illinois, USA, PESO is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt scientific, technical and engineering organization.

Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies an umbrella organization for the five chemistry societies in the Philippines:


Philippine Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology formerly known as the Philippine Biochemistry Society (PBS), the PBS was established in August 1973 by a group of biochemistry educators to foster the development of biochemistry in the Philippines.

Samahang Pisika ng Visayas at Mindanao - based in Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology, the SPVM was founded in 1995 with the vision of a scientific-community bound by a common desire to advance physics in all fields and to make physics education and research a potent tool for development in the southern Philippines.