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The Caribbean Academy of Sciences

21st General Meeting and Conference

Mona Visitors’ Lodge and Conference Centre, Kingston, Jamaica

27-30 November 2018

INITIAL CALL FOR PAPER AND POSTER TITLES (now closed)


The 21st General Meeting and Conference of The Caribbean Academy Sciences (CAS) will be hosted by the Caribbean Academy Sciences, Jamaica (CASJ) and held in collaboration with The University of the West Indies, Mona, during the period November 27-30, 2018 as part of the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of The UWI and the 30th anniversary of CAS.

The theme of the conference is “Science, Technology and Innovation – Vehicles for a Knowledge Based Economy”. This conference will be the premiere forum to foster cross-pollination among different research fields, and to expose and discuss innovative theories, frameworks, methodologies, tools, and applications which may be of use in enhancing the quality of human life and contribute effectively to sustainable economic development. The programme will feature distinguished plenary speakers, oral and poster presentations from participants including graduate and undergraduate students arranged thematically under the following broad headings: Medical, Natural or Social Science, including: Agriculture, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Energy, Food Science, Geography, Computing, Physics, Engineering, Education, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science and Management Science, Economics and Health Economics. These are likely to be grouped under the following themes: (i) Science, Technology and Innovation; (ii) Modeling and IT (iii) Energy, innovation and development (iv) Agriculture, Food and Agro processing Food Security (v) Environmental sustainability (vi) Materials Synthesis (vi) Natural Hazards and Disasters (viii) Health Sciences (ix) STEM education for economic growth.

The 3rd Announcement is now available and includes information on
Registration and a variety of local hotels as well as accommodation on campus.
The Registration form can be completed and emailed to The Conference Secretariat
c/o Dr. Novelette Sadler-McKnight, novelette.mcknight@gmail.com

Over 120 Abstracts for the CAS Conference have been received.
A draft Schedule is available from the CASJ web site.

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