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An Agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology

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.


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The Official Ceremony for the hand over of a sewage treatment system developed by SRC

The Official Ceremony for the hand over of a sewage treatment system developed by SRC
30th October, 2017
The Official Ceremony for the hand over of a sewage treatment system developed by SRC at Noel Holmes Hospital took place on the hospital premises in
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SRC implementing $9-m agriculture project at Carron Hall High School
23rd October, 2017
KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is close to finalising phase one of a nine million dollar agriculture project at Car
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SRC invites entries for science competitions
18th October, 2017
The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is alerting students that it is now accepting entries for its science-based essay and oratory, performing arts
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SRC in the Community’ Exhibit Goes to Mandeville and Falmouth
6th October, 2017
Members of the public are invited to the Scientific Research Council’s (SRC) ‘SRC in the Community’ exhibition in Manchester and Trelawny on Tue
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