About us

The Sri Lankan Scientist aims to become the premier life science information sharing magazine in Sri Lanka covering and integrating the disciplines of biological, medical, agricultural and indigenous medicinal sciences and both vertical and horizontal knowledge levels in the country. This will be a quarterly publication on recent researches published or to be published, talks of local scientists, research abstracts, articles, news articles, technology introductions, scientific short stories, classified ads of relevant areas and selected industry advertisements, and etc which go with the policy & guidelines of the magazine.

The target audience will be anyone thirst for life science knowledge, This segment includes scientists in all academic, research and applied research labs, graduates of BSc, BVSc, BPharm, MBBS, MSc, MPhil, MD, PhD, and Post Docs, undergraduates, AL students of Science stream and at last the social activists like environmentalists, sociologists and media personnel.

The Sri Lankan Scientist will have a scientific editorial board of sufficient knowledge and experience for the relevant discipline for scientific articles, research abstracts and research articles and they highly reviewed for consistent quality of the information and presentation.

 

The SL Scientist magazine

Vision – be the premier life science magazine in Sri Lanka


Mission – providing an attractive Sri Lankan platform for scientific knowledge to flow into due audience

Objectives –

1. Become the premier quality life science magazine for all science loving individuals

2. Provide a platform to Integrate life science knowledge among different disciplines which benefit collectively for knowledge & technology seeking community of Sri Lanka

3. Develop mostly engaged scientific website in Sri Lanka

4. Offer a research scholarships, travel grants for each discipline by 2016

 

 

Contact us

e mail - editor@srilankascientist.com
Telephone - 0716855379 - Sisira / 0715454369 - Dilip

9 thoughts on “About us

  • September 15, 2017 at 8:00 pm
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    I am a close follower of Yatharupa program and I saw your representation in one of the recent programs. I am very appreciative of your views. I am an engineer from Sri Lanka graduated from Peradeniya Engineering faculty in 1972 and now I live in USA, retired.

    I have published many books on philosophy and sci-fi. All these are focused on showing the rational way of looking at things.

    I have published my books with http://www.smashedword.com and Amazon.com.
    The links are attached.
    https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/Buddha
    https://www.amazon.com/Shelton-Ranasinghe/e/B003JPF99K

    Please read them as you may find them very interesting.

    If you need I can send the electronic versions free of change to publish extracts or entire books in your magazine for the good course that you have started for the coming generation.

    Good luck with your efforts in publishing your magazine.

    • September 18, 2017 at 4:45 am
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      Dear Sir,

      Thank you very much for your encouragements on this effort of ours to take knowledge in science to the general public in Sri Lanka. And it is really nice to see people like you behind us so that we always can put that extra bit of effort on this.
      And yes Please send the e version of your book(e mail – admin@srilankanscientist.com) and we’ll see if we can grab few articles for the magazine or for the website.

      Again thank you very much and please keep in touch, and give your feedback so that we can improve ourselves to deliver the best.

      Sisira, (Editor News and Web)

  • May 14, 2017 at 6:15 pm
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    Greetings

    I am a Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine , I currently work at the National Hospital of SL.
    This year the Sri Lanka Medical Association ( SLMA) plans an public awareness walk on the 4th of June (Sunday) 6.30 am starting from the BMICH.
    I happened to brows the web for information on air quality ( both indoor and out door ) when I came across your web site.
    Thank you for the information provided and your commitment to create awareness on air quality in SL.
    I as a Respiratory Physician and my Professional College and the SLMA would like to join hands with you in bring this topic into the domain of public discussion and evolve stratrgies to ” save our air”

    I would also like to share with you and your readers a web site on asthma developed by me and my colleagues.
    It is named http://www.asthmapodiththo.com

    Best regards
    Dr Amitha Fernando
    MD, FRCP(London) FCCP
    Consultant Chest Physician

    • May 22, 2017 at 6:05 am
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      Dear Sir,
      It’s really great to see a feed back from some one like you. And we as Sri Lankan Scientist Magazine are always willing to partner any science related organization or an event that are aimed at the betterment of Sri Lankan People. Please feel free to send us any information or articles that you have so that we can share them among our readers.

      Our email address is – editor@srilankanscientist.com

      Thanks,

      Sisira ( Editor News and Web)

  • September 18, 2016 at 12:42 am
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    Hi Nipuni,
    Dr Jude Jayamaha, Consultant Virologist yesterday told about this web site. Awesome… This is great . A admire the team behind this national requirement.

    Dear Guys I want a big help soon. I want to get the contact number of Doctor Bandula Wijerathna Who comes from US to attend STCF. Hope You owe his contacts.

    Wishing you every success in your endevour to popular science in general public and providing platform to the young researches in the country.
    Bharata Gunathilaka

    • September 30, 2016 at 5:15 pm
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      Dear Bharata, Thanks for your valuable comments and encouragement. We wish we will have your experience for further development of the magazine. Please continue your dialog with Mr Sisira on Dr Bandula’s communication
      Best regards
      Dilip

  • July 1, 2016 at 11:55 am
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    greetings from TIIKM, Sri Lanka,

    We are from the International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) Sri Lanka, and we are professional conference organizing body in the country which organizes International Conferences addressing dynamic fields. Among your categories of interest, we have conferences addressing agriculture, nano science & Nano technology, Aquaculture, Bio Technology, Public health and Hospital Management.

    We would be really appreciate it if you could be a media partner for any/ all these conferences, and help us promote these conferences specially among your member network. in return, we would also support you with promotions by including your logo on all our promotional materials including our websites.

    hope this would be a win win offer to both parties. you may contact me on my e mail address.
    Thank you.

    • July 4, 2016 at 7:03 am
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      Hi Nipuni,

      We also thought about it a while back and had identified your institute as a possible co-partner to be in getting future conference updates directly to our site. We are to discuss this in our next meeting and we’ll get back to you on how to move forward with a possible partnership.

      Thanks,

      Srilankan Scientist team

  • July 1, 2016 at 11:53 am
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    greetings from TIIKM, Sri Lanka,

    We are from the International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM) Sri Lanka, and we are professional conference organizing body in the country which organizes International Conferences addressing dynamic fields. Among your categories of interest, we have conferences addressing agriculture, nano science & Nano technology, Aquaculture, Bio Technology, Public health and Hospital Management.

    We would be really appreciate it if you could be a media partner for any/ all these conferences, and help us promote these conferences specially among your member network. in return, we would also support you with promotions by including your logo on all our

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