NATIONAL MEDAL FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NOMINATION

See forms below:

National Medal Criteria

National Medal Nomination Form 2018

 

 

STEM AND GENDER ADVANCEMENT

SURVEY ON DRIVERS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING CAREERS

 

To better understand the issues affecting transition and mobility of S&E students and professionals respectively, the STEM and Gender Advancement (SAGA) Survey of Drivers and Barriers to Careers in Science and Engineering will be administered in Jamaica. Additionally a more comprehensive assessment of the current national policy framework related to Gender and ST&I will be done to understand Jamaica’s strategic vision for gender equality.

Click the link below to participate:

SAGA STUDENT SURVEY

 


 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                        CannaTech 2017

CannaTech will be hosting its annual cannabis innovation summit on March 20-22, 2017 in Israel. Click link https://www.canna-tech.co/ for more information and registration..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 NATIONAL INNOVATION AWARDS 2016!!!!!

 

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Award Categories and Specific Criteria for entry _ Innovation Awards 2016

 

 Download Form Here:

National Innovation Application Form 2016 

 

 

 

 

 

The Scientific Research Council will be hosting its 4th Biennial Conference and Innovation Award, November 14-16 2016 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. Persons are being invited to participate in the oral and poster presentation competition. Please submit presentations by Monday June 27, 2016.

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NCST’s Vision

The NCST has developed a 2015 Vision for S & T that is consistent with, and supports the national vision.

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Strategic Objective

As a co-ordinating organization, NCST’s success is measured by the collective performance of the S&T sector.

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NCST’s Mission

The Mission of the NCST is to improve the quality of life of all Jamaicans through the application of S&T.

The National Commission on Science and Technology (NCST) was established in 1993 and is a broad-based, cross-sectorial national advisory body to the government on policies and strategies relating to science and technology (S&T). It was reconstituted in 2014 after being inoperative for a few years. Since its resurgence, it has been directly involved in coordinating several strategic iniatives to push the application of science, technology and innovation to the forefront of Jamaica’s development. Regardless of the stringencies of the fiscal space, the Commission will employ prudent fiscal management to effect its mandates.

The Commission is chaired by the Most Honourable Prime Minister of Jamaica and comprises of representatives from public and private sector institutions and academia. The decisions of the NCST are implemented through its Advisory Committee, Secretariat and various sub-committees, which constitute stakeholders and others from the wider society with an interest in the particular subject area. All programmes are in keeping with its mandate to utilize S&T to drive national social and economic development.

Through its various programmes and activities and by fostering dialogue and collaboration, the NCST aims to galvanize action in areas which are pertinent to national development.

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