Papua New Guinea - Science and technology





The Papua New Guinea Scientific Society, founded in 1949 at Boroko, promotes the sciences, exchanges scientific information, preserves scientific collections, and establishes museums. The University of Papua New Guinea, founded in 1965 at Waigani, and the Papua New Guinea University of Technology, founded in 1965 at Lae, provide scientific and technical training. The Lowlands Agricultural Experiment Station, founded in 1928, is in Kerevat. The Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research was founded in 1968. In 1987–97, science and engineering students accounted for 10% of college enrollments.

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MESULAM BEN
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Oct 23, 2012 @ 8:20 pm
PAPUA NEW GUINEA IS STILL WAY BEHIND WITH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY,,,CAN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DAY PUT MORE EFFORT INTO THESER SECTION..WER NEED HIGHLY QUALIFIED PEOLPLE OF THIS NATION IF WE NEED TO SEE REAL CHANGES AND COPE UP WITH THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY

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