Committed to the promotion of science and technology for improved quality of life in Zambia
Winners of various Science,Technology and Innovation awards pose for a picture with Minister of Higher Education Prof. Nkandu Luo.
A Pupil from Fatima Girls Secondary School explains her experiment to the Minister of Higher Education Hon. Prof. Nkandu Luo during the 2016 Science, Technology and Innovation Exhibition held at NORTEC in Ndola
The 2016 Agriculture and Commercial Show
Zambia Science Conference 2016
Welcome to National Science and Technology Council
The National Science and Technology Council is a statutory body through which the Government of the republic of Zambia directs policy on the development and application of science and technology in the country. It was established by the Science and Technology Act No. 26 of 1997.
Science and Technology in Zambia is guided by the National Policy on Science & Technology.
The broad objective of NSTC, as stipulated in the S&T Act No. 26 of 1997 is to promote science and technology so as to improve the quality of life in Zambia.
The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) in collaboration with the Southern Africa Research and Innovation Management Association (SARIMA) have organised a Forum on Research and Innovation management on 16th and 17th March, 2017.
This Forum will target research and innovation(R&I) managers and senior academics at universities and other research institutions in the country. The Forum programme will cover the local context of R&I, challenges of research management as well as current trends in the research environment. In addition topics dealing with research policy and strategy development and facilitating research, including human resource development, research funding, processes and procedures and developing a research culture will be covered.
For any information or inquiries contact NSTC on +260 211 255854 or email firstname.lastname@example.org