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The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is Jamaica’s principal public sector agency, responsible for the fostering and coordination of scientific research and the promotion of its application. Most of the Council’s projects support the growth and development of the agro-industrial sector in Jamaica through research, adaptation of available technologies, creation of new and appropriate technologies and the provision of training and technical assistance.


An ‘EPIC’ opportunity for climate change innovators

An ‘EPIC’ opportunity for climate change innovators
7th October, 2016
CLIMATE change innovators in Jamaica and the wider region can access funding to develop their projects through the World Bank’s Entrepreneurship Pro all about it
Castor Oil Market Could Be Worth US$3.4b By 2020

Castor Oil Market Could Be Worth US$3.4b By 2020
7th October, 2016
Shirley Lindo met a man – Ricardo Thompson – with a ‘vision’ in the late 1990s and today the two are leading Jamaican exporter all about it
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Cannabis Extract For Study On Children With Epilepsy
Cannabis Extract For Study On Children With Epilepsy
7th October, 2016
CITIVA, in collaboration with the University of West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently announced the donation of the first cannabis-based medicine extracte all about it
SRC opens science labs in schools
21st September, 2016
The Scientific Research Council (SRC) has, so far, opened science laboratories in four of eight participating primary and secondary schools in its Im all about it

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