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THE JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (JNSF) has increased its Impact Factor from 0.134 in 2010 to 0.232 in 2011, according to Journal citation Reports/Science Edition. MORE


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

YLS_LOGOYoung Leaders of Science Programme was launched officially by Hon. Patali Champika Ranawaka, Minister of Technology & Research on on 30 April 2014 at the NSF Auditorium. MORE


National Science Foundation is calling for applications for technology grants under two schemes

Harnessing technology for value creation !

National Science Foundation is calling for applications for grants under two schemes

  1. Support for Technology Development
  2. Support for Start up businesses based on novel technologies

Grants are open to all and are considered under three categories

Category 1 (Universities and R & D institutions)
Category 2 (Companies)
Category 3 (Individuals)


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Bioinformatics Workshop - "Eukaryotic Pathogen Database Usage"

8-10 September 2015, Faculty of Medical Sciences,  University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka has organized and will be hosting a distance learning, non-residential workshop conducted by Eukaryotic Pathogen Database (EuPathDB), Bioinformatics Resource Center staff and leading scientists in the world together with local instructors. The lectures will be conducted and online training will be provided by international experts using virtual presentation software.

The 2016 Tang Prize

In 2012 Dr. Samuel Yin from Taiwan set up the Tang Prize as an international scholarly award to recognize and encourage transformative research in various fields, with the hope that the Tang Prize will contribute to create another golden age for humankind. It is a concrete action to encourage and support global research and development.
The Tang Prize will be awarded on a biennial basis, with four cash prizes of more than USD 1.36 million. Should two or more candidates receive an award in the same category, the cash prize will be shared. Research projects proposed by the award winners will also receive a grant of no more than NT $ 10 million (around USD 0.32 million), to be used within five years.

Inter School Science Society Competition 2015: Write up on “Light and Light Based Technologies”

Since 2015 is the International year of light, it is a good time to consider the role of light in our lives and in modern technologies. A short summary of the current situation and historical perspective is offered in the following paragraphs.
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