Rayon Gayle, a student of the College of Agriculture, Science, and Education (CASE) in Portland displayed his Semi-Automated Rabbit Production System on The Release Innovation College Tour recently. The innovative student created the gravity feeding and watering system for his rabbits to help reduce his workload as well as to save time and money.

CASE which had the largest turn out for The Release Innovation College Tour so far also had displays from students showcasing Automated Poultry Houses, architectural designs, and jewelry made from metals, bead, and shells to name a few. “I was very impressed by the turn out at CASE and overall the student’s involvement. Rayon Gayle with his Semi-Automated Rabbit Production System was impressive, and I learned that it can be used for other animals like Guinea Pigs” said Joseph Moore, Executive Producer of The Release. As the tour continues into November, The Release team urges students to be innovative in all areas of studies.

Powered by JN Way, Lasco ICool, Lyrix Soda, and Konka Energy Drink, The Release has completed 4 of the 8 stops. Under the theme ‘Accelerating Innovation in the Digital Age’, groups such as JN Way, Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JIPO), Company Office of Jamaica, Western Union, Jamaica Library Service, Seven Seas, Trojan, and Bashy Bus Crew have all come on board to provide edutainment for the students.

The next stop on The Release Innovation College Tour takes us to Excelsior Community College on November 7, 2019.  For more information on the tour schedule or how to be a part of the movement, follow The Release on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @TheReleaseja or visit the website www.thereleaseja.com.

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