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  1. Science in the Park and Career Expo

    November 27 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  2. The Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Jamaica in collaboration with The Pesticide Research Laboratory and The Jamaica Organic Agriculture Movement

    December 11 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


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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.


Science expo at Emancipation Park this Thursday

Science expo at Emancipation Park this Thursday
26th November, 2014
THE Scientific Research Council (SRC), in association with the National Commission on Science and Technology (NCST), will this Thursday host the secon all about it
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Plant pepper
26th November, 2014
RAMBLE, Hanover – JUST over three months ago, Orville McFarlane, 23, left the Montego Bay Community College in St James with a bachelor’s all about it
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Use it or lose it!
Use it or lose it!
26th November, 2014
MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Mining Minister Phillip Paulwell says Russian aluminum conglomerate UC Rusal must set about reopening the mothballed Alpart all about it
Medical marijuana licence for tourists proposed
Medical marijuana licence for tourists proposed
25th November, 2014
An American marijuana tester believes Jamaica could earn US$10 million (J$1.1 billion) annually from charging tourists a licence to consume medical ga all about it

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