Overview

National Science Week (NSW), an initiative of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) is a countrywide celebration of science involving various stakeholders and/or role players conducting science-based activities during the week.

National Science Week is run in all nine provinces simultaneously at multiple sites per province. SAASTA has been appointed by the DST as the implementing agency and play the role of the National Project Manager for the National Science Week.

Each year a different theme is chosen and activities are offered around the theme to the target audiences. The theme for 2016 was “Science for Sustainable Development and Improved Quality of Life”. The 2016 NSW took place from 8 – 13 August.

Service Providers

Please click on the flag in your province to see which activities you can attend and which service provider is offering them.