Research

Dr. Nileeka Malavige – Dengue Research Center
Dengue is the world’s most common mosquito borne viral infection which is transmitted by several species of mosquito within the genus Aedes, principally A. aegypti. It’s so common that it makes headlines on newspapers everyday. Annually there are about 390 million infections all around the world and it causes a significant problem for Sri Lanka...
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Prof Kennedy D Gunawardana
Advancement in science and technology is a continual process and it sets tends in the world. A current trend in the world of business and economy is this rapid advancement of science and technology which has helped and strengthened the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises to bring themselves to a state of becoming the engines...
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Prof.-Sumio-Iijima-Polymer-symposium-lanka
Prof. Sumio Iijima is a Japanese physicist, often cited as the inventor of carbon nanotubes. For his great discovery and his related work in the field of nanotechnology he was awarded, the inaugural Kavli Prize  (on par in nanotech to Nobel) for nanoscience in 2008. He was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics in 2002, “for the discovery and elucidation of...
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Sri Lanka Journal of Human Resource Management 2015
Vol 5, No 1 (2015) of Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management has been published on 7 February 2015. Follow these links to read or download papers. The Effect of Human Resource Management High Performance Work Practices on Organisational Outcomes: A Sri Lankan Perspective BJH Arachchige, A Robertson – Sri Lankan Journal of Human...
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Prof. HHDNP Opatha
Human resource management is one of the most important functional fields of business administration. It addresses about the human side of the business administration. Prof. HHDNP Opatha of University of Sri Jayewardenepura speaks about Human Resource Management and his current research. Prof. Opatha developed and published a definition of Human Resource Management in 1995 as “the...
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JIMS Journal cover
The Faculty of Graduate Studies – University of Sri Jayewardenepura published the second issue of volume 1 of the International Journal of multidisciplinary Studies (IJMS) in December 2014. This First issue of this Journal was launched at the inauguration of the International Conference on Multidiciplinary Approaches organized by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Sri...
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Prof M M Pathmalal Dept of Zoology
Water is the most important substance for all living organisms in the world. It is the main constituent of all living things. Without water it is impossible for any creature to live in this planet. Prof. M.M. Pathmalal, Head, Department of Zoology, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, speaks about water pollution and how to control some pollutants in...
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The symptoms of Dengue occur due to the increased leaking of fluid from capillaries, which if severe can lead to shock. The researchers at the Centre for Dengue Research (CDR) have identified a potential mediator that causes such vascular leakage and are currently in the process of conducting a clinical trial to determine the efficacy...
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Buddha Buddisht studies
By Ven. Prof. Kotapitiye Rahula B.A. Hons. (Peredeniya), M.A. (Peradeniya), PhD (Peradeniya) Director, Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies, University of Kelaniya, Anunāyaka, Supreme Sangha Council of the Kotte Chapter of Siyam Mahā Nikaya, Sri Lanka KeyNote Address Presented at 10th International Conference on Buddhist Studies 2015 INTRODUCTION Is Buddhist Studies a discipline, or...
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Dr. Tony Sahama, of Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia visited University of Sri Jayewardenepura on 16th December 2014. As the coordinator of Joint/split PhD program between QUT, Australia and Sri Lanka, Dr. Sahama had discussions with Prof. Sampath Amaratunge, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Dr....
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