Calling all FORM 6IXERS!!! The ONE and ONLY Caribbean Youth Science Forum (CYSF) is BACK!!!

This August, get ready for an immersive learning experience, fun packed, action filled, week of social and cultural activities all centred on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Your schedule will consist of hands on workshops, industry tours, dynamic lectures, interaction with special guests and highly sought after and renowned home grown scientists. You don’t want to miss the top annual “summer holiday destination” event for our Caribbean and Latin American students. Read More

NIHERST World Environment & Oceans Day Science Week 2019

Sit with Sanianitos

NIHERST IP Clinic

Trinidad Students aim for the Stars with NIHERST’s NASA I2 Programme

Five (5) Trinidadian students will represent Trinidad and Tobago at the NASA International Internship (NASA I2) summer 2019 term, held at the NASA Ames Research Center, in Mountain View, California. Read More

Explore the World's Oceanic and Environmental Wonders

The National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST) will host a Science Week centred on the celebrations of World Environment and Oceans Days. This event will take place at the National Science Centre from 3rd to 8th June, 2019. Read More

NYSC Scholarships

One student from the Port of Spain educational district and one student from the Victoria educational district were successful in their applications to attend the National Youth Science Camp, West Virginia in July 2019. The two delegates to attend the camp this year are Mr. Teveer Balraj of Naparima College and Ms. Sarah Berment of Holy Name Convent. Read More

Palo Seco's Musk-A-Teers All Set to Represent T&T in Detroit!

For the last three years, NIHERST working in partnership with its social investment partner SHELL Trinidad and Tobago Ltd., has had the exciting pleasure of coordinating the FIRST® LEGO® League National Championship in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2019, the Best Robot Performance Award was given to Musk-A-Teers from Palo Seco Secondary School. Read More