National Science Week (NSW), is an annual event aiming to exhibit and communicate awareness in science. It is an initiative of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), a countrywide celebration of science involving various stakeholders and/or role players conducting science-based activities during the week.
NSW is run across the country simultaneously at multiple site. SAASTA has been appointed by the DST as the implementing agency and plays the role of the National Project Management for the National Science Week.
The NSW 2019 national launch event is planned for Saturday, 27 July 2019 at Mittah Seperepere Convention Centre, Kimberley, Northern Cape.
Each year a different theme is chosen and activities are offered around the theme to the target audiences. The theme for 2019 is “Facing the harsh realities of climate change.”
If you are a grant holder for National Science Week, help yourself to some resources to get people talking about your event through social and traditional media…
Rhodes University National Science Week Open Day
National Science Week launch at University of Mpumalanga
SAASTA Managing Director Jabu Nukeri talks about Science Week