Nepal Academy of Science and Technology | Wikipedia audio article
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00:00:51 2 Molecular Biotechnology Unit Laboratory
00:02:55 3 Environment Research Laboratory
00:05:35 4 Physical Science Laboratory
00:08:47 5 Nepal flora project
00:09:52 6 Solar Energy
00:10:47 7 Material science and nanotechnology
00:12:26 8 Bio Energy Unit
00:13:19 9 Wind Energy
00:13:35 10 Small hydro power
00:15:11 10.1 Other hydro activities
00:15:53 10.2 Other hydro research
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Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), previously RONAST, is an autonomous apex body established in 1982 to promote science and technology in Nepal. With the implementation of federal structure by the government of Nepal, it has opened its first provincial office at Mahendranagar.