Public Lecture on “Spirituality and Sustainable Development: an Indigenous Knowledge Perspective”

NSF is organizing a Public Lecture on “Spirituality and Sustainable Development: an Indigenous Knowledge Perspective” on 12th October 2018 from 9.30-11.30 at the NSF

This Lecture is conducted by Prof. Rohana Ulluwishewa, who is a renowned expatriate living in New Zealand and currently visiting Sri Lanka. He has authored several award
winning publications related to spirituality and sustainable development which is a main aspect of the Indigenous Knowledge.

We are pleased to invite you for the above lecture.

For confirmation and further details please contact
Ms Upuli Rathnayake

STEM Learning primary magazine – special edition

Don’t miss the special tenth edition of the STEM Learning primary magazine, landing in schools now! We’ve packed it full of inspiring articles and interviews, links to fun and free resources, and an overview of all our CPD for your spring term, available to book now. Have a look at our highlights below or browse the full magazine online today, and keep an eye on our website in the coming weeks as we share the engaging content.
NSF virtual Research Group on Climate Change & Natural Disasters
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has initiated a Thematic Research Programme on Climate Change & Natural Disasters which aims to address the challenges Sri Lanka faces as a result of climate change. Through this exercise, it is expected to create a virtual research group to identify potential research groups to invite to submit research proposals.

In view of your expertise in this area of research, we are pleased to invite you to provide your valuable inputs as per the Questionnaire given in the following link.

Cover Letter Questionnaire


CLIFF-GRADS scholarships for short-term scientific training and research stays on mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from reduced food loss and waste
Call for Food Loss and Waste Proposals
The CLIFF-GRADS fellowship program invites applications from students from developing countries currently enrolled in masters or PhD programs for short-term scientific research to expand the evidence base for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from reduced food loss and waste in priority supply chains in developing countries.

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OWSD Early Career Women Scientists (ECWS) Fellowships

Call for Applications

The Early Career Women Scientists (ECWS) fellowship is a prestigious award of up to USD 50,000 offered to women who have completed their PhDs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and are employed at an academic or scientific research institute in one of the listed Science and Technology Lagging Countries (STLCs). ECWS fellows will be supported to continue their research at an international level while based at their home institutes and to build up research groups that will attract international visitors.

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