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Achievements of NSF Research Grant Recipients Reseach Projects completed during 2008 - 2015 can be downloaded from here.


 New_Cover_page.jpg_copyTHE JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (JNSF) Impact Factor for 2016: 0.42, according to Journal citation Reports/Science Edition. MORE


JSS

THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (JSS) This journal has been published since 1978 and issues containing latest social science contributions to the understanding of Sri Lankan society. MORE


Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2014


Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2013.


Programme Schedule of International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) 

Al-Sumait Prize 2018

His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Amir of the State of Kuwait, presented an initiative to the third African Arab Summit hosted by the State of Kuwait in November 2013 in support of the development of African Nations. The initiative establishes an annual award named after the late Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sumait, a Kuwaiti medical doctor who dedicated his life to raising funds to support humanitarian and charity work for health, education and food projects for the less fortunate in African Nations.

 

Young Social Scientists Forum (YSSF) of the NSF

The NSF established the Young Social Scientists Forum (YSSF) on 26th January, 2018 with participation over 180 young social scientists.

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ICGEB - CRP Grants 2018

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Call for Application EoI - "Driving the innovators to develop, assimilate and use technologies for wealth creation"

Technology grant applications are entertained throughout the year. Based on the merit of the Expressions of Interest (EoIs), the applicants will be requested to submit detailed grant applications.
 

International Collaborative Research Programme (ICRP)

INTRODUCTION
Through collaborative research programmes, a synergetic achievement is intended by such means as sharing knowledge and research facilities. This programme is specially designed to develop International Research Collaborations between Sri Lankan and International Research Institutions.
This programme will facilitate active researchers at any stage of their carrier to share and disseminate new and original ideas and/or techniques, initiate and undertake collaborative research/technology development and facilitate interaction and training of scientists, engineers, science and technology policy makers and research personnel. 

 
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STMIS Registration

 
It is an essential requirement to register with STMIS database
If the appliant is not registered his/her Travel Research Grant Application will be rejected without further consideraion.
 

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