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Vidya Newsletter Volume 20 No 01, May 2018 



Awareness Seminar on Potential Applications of Infrared (IR) Detectors for Pre-Screening and Diagnosing Ulcerative Colitis and Tumorigenesis

Date: 18th December 2018
Time: 02.30 p.m. to 03.30 p.m.
Venue: Auditorium, National Science Foundation


International Conference on ‘Social and Cultural Nexus of Science and Technology Development

altThe National Science Foundation (NSF) of Sri Lanka is planning an International Conference on ‘Social and Cultural Nexus of Science and Technology Development (SCST)’ to be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on  27-29 March 2019.


NSF Awards 2017


The annual awards ceremony, NSF Awards 2017 was held on 25 July 2018 at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH). The Hon. Minister of Science, Technology, Research, Skills Development & Vocational Training and Kandyan Heritage, Dr Sarath Amunugama graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and Dr Sanjiva Weerawarana, Founder, Chairman and Chief Architect of WSO2 delivered the keynote address.


Call for Applications of 2018 TWAS Fellowships

The 2018 TWAS Fellowships call for applications is now open for PhD and PDoc programmes that are offered in the natural and engineering sciences to students and researchers from developing countries to gain postgraduate education and research experience at top global science institutions in the South.


NSF Statement of Principles for Scientific Merit Review

Statement of Principles for Scientific Merit Review
National Science Foundation, Sri Lanka

• Expert Assessment
Each application is pre-screened for conformity with the NSF guidelines. Incomplete, inaccurate and non-compliant applications will be excluded.
Then, for each application two independent reviewers are nominated considering their expertise in the relevant field by the relevant Working Committee appointed by the NSF Board of Management. Each Working Committee consists of 08-10 members with appropriate knowledge & expertise in various aspects of that field.

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If the appliant is not registered his/her Travel Research Grant Application will be rejected without further consideraion.

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