National Science Complex

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Coordinates: 14°38′59″N 121°4′18″E / 14.64972°N 121.07167°E / 14.64972; 121.07167 The National Science Complex (NSC), located on a 21.9–hectare lot in the University of the Philippines Diliman, is envisioned to serve as the Philippines' national hub for the generation and application of new scientific knowledge in the natural and applied sciences and mathematics.[1]

National Science Complex Amphitheater (UP Diliman).

The National Science Complex was created by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo through an executive order (EO 583). The University of the Philippines College of Science operates the NSC.



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