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Release time:2020-01-07

Association of Engineers, Architects and Graduates in Technological Sciences in Israel (AEAI)

Established in 1921, the Association of Engineers, Architects and Graduates in Technological Sciences in Israel (AEAI) is the professional representative body of these sectors in Israel. Main goals of AEAI are:

• To represent and promote all those involved in technology and to assist in their professional development as innovative entrepreneurs, movers and leaders throughout their professional lives and according to the economy's changing needs.

• To promote the entire range of engineering, architectural and technological professions in both academic and industrial fields and wherever they intersect.

• To unite all those involved in technological development under one roof, as one, innovative community that initiates, cooperates, develops, contributes and grows.

Over the years, the Association has established many technological institutions including: the Israeli Standards Institute, the Institute of Productivity, the National Building Research Institute and others. The Association is represented on the boards of these organizations. It is also represented in the Engineering and Architectural Council, institutes of higher educations, Knesset committees, committees of the Engineers Registrar as well as local and regional planning committees. This allows the Association to directly influence developments in the economy and to promote the profession's standing in Israel.

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  • International Centre of Scientific Collaborations, Kazakhstan (ICSC)

    The International Centre of Scientific Collaborations (ICSC) was founded in September 2018 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

    The mission of ICSC is to promote science by expansion of principles of scientific education and scientific literacy not only among adults but also among children and young people. ICSC’s mission also includes the assistance in the creation of cooperation in the scientific and innovative spheres, the development of scientific tourism, the training of scientific skills and their practical application as well as interaction between academic communities of the countries of near and far abroad.

    In order to realize its mission, ICSC facilitates the exchange of scientific experience of Kazakh and foreign scientists, including in the implementation of joint scientific projects and programs, the organization of scientific internships at partner universities, through international cooperation with various universities and scientific centers, as well as international organizations engaged in science, innovation and technology. ICSC cooperates with educational, scientific and technological organizations, scientific museums, professional associations, including organizations, which are involved in the development of children’s scientific skills. ICSC also focuses on providing legal assistance to scientists and scientific organizations in protection of their rights to intellectual property objects and representation of their interests in state bodies and court.

    Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM)

    The Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM) is a body established by the government by an Act of Parliament. ASM’s main function is to be the nation’s Thought Leader for matters related to science, engineering, technology and innovation. ASM also pursues excellence in these fields for the benefit of mankind.

    ASM provides the advisory input and expert opinion by harnessing the expertise, knowledge, wisdom and network of its Fellows that are elected among the nation’s eminent scientists, engineers, and technologists. Currently, ASM Fellowship stands at 351 Fellows which includes 27 Senior Fellows.

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  • Myanmar Engineering Council (MEngC)

    In Myanmar, the Myanmar Engineering Council (MEngC), is the sole regulatory and statutory body for engineering professional registration, licensing and accreditation of engineering education, established in 2013. Its main purpose is "to hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public" in implementing the obligations; upholding and upgrading the dignity, ethics and quality of Myanmar citizen engineers, technicians and technologists, exploring using engineering technology and information technology combined the good methods, research and development activities by which the natural resources and human resources of the State may be beneficially applied with least impact on environment, carrying out guidance and supervision, and taking necessary actions for fulfillment of the requirements of stipulated technical standard, proper method, keeping ethic and safety, and being dutiful in the fields of engineering and technology education, researches and services; serving engineering and technology related functions and duties beneficial for the State assigned by the relevant Ministries and relevant organizations. These are carried out by the performance of eight working committees. In order to raise the engineering education level, Myanmar Engineering Council has been conducted by the communication and cooperation with international and regional organizations to achieve the full signatory status in Washington Accord and also the member of International Professional Engineers Agreement. Engineering Education Accreditation System of MEngC has been recently accepted in compliance with standards and best practices in FEIAP Guidelines. Myanmar has been approved of provisional status in Washington Accord at International Engineering Alliance Meetings 2019.
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  • Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST)

    Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST) is amongst one of the oldest institutions of Ministry of Science and Technology established to provide advice to the government on science and technology policy issues. For performance of its duties the Council collects national S&T data through scientific surveys and maintains a databank of national S&T/R&D organizations, their budget, manpower and output. PCST is also the designated secretariat of the National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) - the highest S&T Policy forum headed by the Prime Minister. PCST prepares agenda for the meetings of NCST and its Executive Committee (ECNCST) in consultation with federal ministries, provincial departments and all other major stakeholders of S&T. The major functions of PCST amongst others also include Advise to the Federal Government on all matters relating to the development of science and technology in Pakistan., policy research, organize study groups or task forces, formulating policy proposals, monitoring & evaluation of STI policy, Identifying priority areas for R&D keeping in view futuristic developments of science and technology.
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  • Pakistan Science Club

    Pakistan Science Club is a not-for-profit science society established on 8th of August 2008 by Abdul Rauf. Pakistan Science Club inspires a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative programs.

    Promoting Science and Technology by organizing different science activities i.e. summer science camps, science fairs and competition at school, college or university levels that aims to Search Science Talent all over the Pakistan and these science passionate students are nurture at our platform and Research Center "C-189LAB" where they can work on their ideas and research in solving problems of our country and common people by innovation and development of new technologies by scientific means using local resources. PSC recognizes the importance of science as a crucial factor required for the progress of Pakistan and its citizens, particularly students of science and the urgent need to create a vision of science rather than a mere presentation of science. PSC feels a necessity to work for the need for simultaneous support from all parts of the country and abroad for a better repositioning of human and material resources. For the cause, Pakistan Science Club has been working with various government and international organizations and also involve in policymaking and educational advocacy for educational reforms throughout the country and internationally.

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  • National Science Foundation, Sri Lanka (NSF)

    The National Science Foundation (NSF), under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Research (MoTR) was established in 1998 by the Science and Technology Development Act No. 11 of 1994 as the successor to the Natural Resources Energy & Science Authority of Sri Lanka (NARESA). NARESA was established in 1981 as the successor to the National Science Council (NSC) set up in 1968. In 2018, NSF celebrated its 50 years of dedicated services rendered for advancement of Science, Technology and Innovation in Sri Lanka. With its vision to be the nation’s premier driving force in prompting science, technology and innovation for social and economic prosperity of Sri Lanka, the NSF has gained great reputation among scientists, engineers, technologists as an invaluable institution in developing and extending their expertise in building a science literate nation and in contributing to knowledge economy. The NSF is humbly proud to celebrate the reach it has achieved in many directions in capacity building, research and development, knowledge acquisition & dissemination, technology transfer, popularisation of science, bilateral/multilateral scientific cooperation, international research collaborations, maintaining data repositories, gateway to scientific information and providing pioneering initiatives in establishing strategic key institutions to harness science and technology for wealth creation. NSF being a learning organization, it will continue the journey towards serving to the nation addressing the demand and changing environment for upliftment of social and economic prosperity of Sri Lanka while enhancing global presence of Sri Lanka’s STI landscape.
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  • Council of Science and Technology Association of Thailand (COSTAT)

    In 1985, with the broad vision of Prof. Dr. Sanga Sabsi the then minister of Ministry of Science and Technology the Council of Science and Technology Associations of Thailand (COSTAT) was found comprising of 12 associations of science and technology and engineering. Today there are 37 members association ranging from basic science associations . The value of COSTAT is NISTO where N = National Important, I = International Recognition, S = Social Responsibility, T = Transparency, O = Organization-based Collaboration. Its vision is to be a Think Tank entity in utilization of science, technology, and innovation for sustainable social development. COSTAT has 4 important missions namely-a) as a Think Tank unit providing policy on S&T to the government, b) providing service on S&T and innovation for private and public organization, c) support and initiate cooperation amongst the member associations, and d) construct a social science community.

    The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)

    The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) is the leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey. It was established in 1963 with a mission to advance science and technology, conduct research and support Turkish researchers. The Council is an autonomous institution and is governed by a Scientific Board whose members are selected from prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions.TÜBİTAK acts as an advisory agency to the Turkish Government on science and research issues, and is the secretariat of the Supreme Council for Science and Technology (SCST), the highest S&T policy making body in Turkey.Setting its vision as to be an innovative, guiding, participating and cooperating institution in the fields of science and technology, which serves for improvement of the life standards of our society and sustainable development of our country, TÜBİTAK not only supports innovation, academic and industrial R&D studies but also in line with national priorities develops scientific and technological policies and manages R&D institutes, carrying on research, technology and development studies.
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  • Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA)

    The Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA) is the national organization of the Vietnamese science and technology intellectuals. It is the biggest nation-wide network of science and technology organizations with 86 national professional associations, 63 provincial branches and nearly 500 affiliated institutions working in diversified fields of natural science, social science, technology and engineering.The precursory body of VUSTA was the Vietnam Association for Science and Technology Popularization found in May 18th, 1963 to respond to the urgent need of advancing science and technology to serve the reconstruction and development of Vietnam, in which the core mission of the Association at that time was to enhance people’s science literacy.

    VUSTA is national members of many international and regional science, technology and engineering organizations, such as the ICSU and AFEO.

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  • The Association for Promotion of Science and Technology of Macau

    The Association for Promotion of Science and Technology of Macau (MAPST) is founded in October, 1997. On September 11st, MAPST is organized by the researchers from medical sector, the engineering sector, and from the University of Macau’s Institute of Science and Technology, and was registered with the City Council of the Island Municipality. On October 16th, MAPST will register with the Identification Department of the Macau Government. Formally became a legitimate organization in Macau.

    MAPST's members are professional in science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, and other disciplines, involving professors, doctors, physicians, senior engineers, landscape architects and other different identities. MAPST, composed of a group of scientific and technical professionals, aims to: carry out academic exchanges, popularize scientific knowledge, promote the application of advanced technologies, encourage and organize science educational activities, and improve the scientific and cultural literacy of all citizens, continuously follow up international technological trends, and improve Macau’s science and technology professionalism; strive to promote the integration of science, technology and economy, give play to the role of the first productive forces of science and technology, promote the development of Macau's economy; create conditions for Macau's scientific and technical personnel to display their special events, and safeguard and strive for their legitimate rights and interests. MAPST gives play to the Role of Macau as a Bridge between Chinese and Western Cultures in Macau. The role is to strengthen scientific and technological cooperation and exchanges between Macau and the European Community countries, the Portuguese-speaking countries and the rest of the world.

    Over the years, MAPST have firmly established in the concept of "serving Macau." After years of hard work, MAPST has established a number of brand-name activities, including "Distinguished Chinese Scientists Lecture Series" and "Macau Youth Science Books Reading Awarding Activities", to guide the public, especially the young generation, into the vast expanse of science and promote the public’s scientific interest. For the younger generation, MAPST actively organize various kinds of popular science education activities such as the Youth University Science Camp, the “Macau Youth Comprehensive Robotics Campaign Selection Competition," and the "World Wetlands Day Series". In these activities, young generation can learn the scientific knowledge of different categories, the spirit of learning science, and reinforce the scientific thinking. MAPST contributes to the cultivation of scientific and technical personnel in Macau.

    MAPST has focused on cooperation with various scientific and technological organizations in Macau and other countries for many years, especially with the China Association for Science and Technology, and the associations of Science and Technology of many provinces, cities and autonomous regions. In recent years, MAPST is commissioned by the Chinese Association for Science and Technology to organize a delegation from the Macau scientific and technological community to attend the "Annual Meeting of the China Association of Science and Technology". In 2015 ,2017 and 2019, MAPST also coordinated the "Macau Forum for Collaborative Innovative" , "Cross Straits, Hong Kong and Macau Collaborative Innovation Forum (Macau)",and "China Science and Technology Summit", which are organized by the Government of the Macao Special Administrative Region and the China Association for Science and Technology.

    In addition, MAPST also visits, exchanges, and learns with other scientific and technological societies to promote closer scientific and technological cooperation.

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