Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC) is a pioneer in nano and advanced technology research in Sri Lanka. Our research is primarily focused on; Energy Storage, Nano/Advanced Materials and Minerals, Printable Electronic and Sensors, Natural Products and Nutraceuticals, Sustainable and Functional Textiles, Advanced Agricultural Technology, Graphite/Graphene Initiatives. SLINTEC is the first public-private research institute in Sri Lanka, and we’re proud to have made significant progress in being a change catalyst in the field of science for over a decade.
We’ve focused all our resources to create technologies that will solve many pressing problems in emerging nations such as Sri Lanka. These problems may include, but aren’t limited to, affordable food security, affordable and clean energy, safe drinking water, sustainable economic development, and, more recently, detection and prevention of COVID-19 infections. In aligning with our founding mission, we’ve dedicated all our resources to find innovative and internationally competing solutions to these issues.
It is our aim to build a futuristic nanotechnology and science park with advanced facilities to support all interested stakeholders to pursue their research & development. We will provide all our clients with experienced and competent research personnel along with the right tools to help design and develop something of great value.
With expertise, we wish to embark on new areas of research that are relevant to the development of the industrial base in Sri Lanka within an internationally competitive landscape.
We want to play our part in the advancement of nanotechnology research and development. We hope to bring great minds and great technologies together in our pursuit to discover and develop products that change the way we live.
Build a world-class research and development center specialising in nanotechnology and advanced technology.
Build a nanotechnology and science park for research, development, and commercialization.
As the world population is nearing 8 billion, increasing demand for basic services rise and the need for a higher standard of living is ever more prevalent.
The water, energy and food security nexus is linked to the vital resources that are needed for the upgrade of standard of living. Water-food-energy connections lie at the heart of sustainable, economic and environmental development and protection.
We at SLINTEC understand the inter linkage and the effect on each resource and improved water, energy, and food security on a global level can be achieved through an approach that integrates management and governance. SLINTEC has positioned itself as an organization for taking on the challenges in this aspect both at in the local context and global.
Setting up temporary laboratories and starting research activities
3 Patents filed
5 Patents filed; Concept design for the Park
First commercialization journey; patented transferred to an international partner
3 Patents filed
Opening of SLINTEC at the Park & first royalty
Construction of the Technology Incubation Center (TIC)
2 Patents filed; First pilot plant operations; purchased second set of Lab equipment
2 Patents filed; transfer of second patent to a local partner; First tenant to the TIC; Granted license to now TeeJay
1 Patents filed; Design for the second phase of the laboratories; First tenant to the park (Pharmaceutical);
Opening of the Greenhouse
SLINTEC takes initiative to mitigate the 2020 coronavirus outbreak in Sri Lanka by installing air sterilization units inside CMB BIA airport
Launch of nanotech-based DNA extraction kit co-developed with MagGenome
Mass production of the world’s first graphene-enhanced lead-acid battery in Sri Lanka by Ceylon Graphene Technologies
Development of COVID-19 related home-grown technologies including SLINTEC Swabs® and SLINTEC LAMP™
Launch of Sri Lanka’s first ever antibacterial stationery collection co-developed with Atlas
Launch of soil supplement product in association with Thuru brand
JAT, Vibhava as Park Tenants in Phase 2B
“invesTech Forum” business and investor connect forum held