Evolve Ltd honoured by the University of Malta

Last Updated on Saturday, 17 June, 2023 at 6:46 am by Andre Camilleri

Evolve Ltd has become the first Maltese science organisation to be honoured by the University of Malta.

A commemorative plaque honouring Luqa-based company’s contribution has been unveiled in the university’s science faculty on the main campus in Msida.

Ina statement, Evolve said it was proud to support the scientific and healthcare industries in Malta, contributing to several exciting research schemes, such as the high-profile Project Maleth which took Maltese science into space in 2021, through the University of Malta Research Innovation and Development Trust.

The plaque reads: ‘With gratitude and appreciation to Evolve whose support and regular donations are instrumental in sustaining research by the EMRG to develop innovative medical devices.’

The EMRG, or Electromagnetics Research Group, is based in the Department of Physics, with contributing members from the Departments of Mathematics, Geosciences, Electronic Systems Engineering, Anatomy, Pathology, Surgery, Clinical Radiology and Nuclear Medicine as well as experts from the Hyperbaric Unit at Mater Dei Hospital.

Evolve founder and Chief Visionary Officer Christopher Busuttil Delbridge said he was thrilled with the honour, almost 24 years on from his first graduation from the University of Malta.

 “I was overwhelmed with emotion to unveil this commemorative plaque to my total surprise. Seeing our company name and logo on that signage gave me goosebumps.

Thank you to Professor Charles Sammut and all the team at Electromagnetics Research Group Malta for this beautiful recognition. You made my day. A very rewarding moment. I am extremely grateful,” Busuttil Delbridge said.

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