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The University of Malta receives €740,000 funding

The University of Malta (UM) received two grant awards with a total worth of €740,000 funding during the Grant Award Ceremony 2019 on 1 August/

TradeMalta’s seminar discusses future of advanced manufacturing

TradeMalta held a seminar on 29 July discussing the future of advanced manufacturing to review new technologies and innovative processes to ensure a "competitive edge in the rapidly changing sector".
From left: Nestlé Senior Category Manager Charlene Ellul, Alfred J. Borg, Giuliana Isolani, Alan Curry, Minister Dr Cardona flanked by some of the LifeCyclists. (source: Nestlé media)

Nescafé 3in1 supports Life Cycle Challenge 2019 with €35,000

Nestlé donated €35,000 to the Nescafé Life Cycle Challenge, supporting a new research programme of kidney disease at the University of Malta with €25,000, and supporting the Renal Unit Support Health Hub (RUSH) with €10,000.

Malta Literary Short-Film Contest offers subtitles in three different languages

The Malta Literary Short-Film Contest organised by the National Book Council runs for the fifth consecutive year and six student translators have translated and produced subtitles in English, French and Italian for the short film Dritt għall-Punt, directed by Matt Stroud.

Unlocking the Mentors Malta Edition to ‘hit stalls’ by October

Following the publication of Unlocking the Mentors (UTM) in Qatar in May, creators of the book will publish the Maltese Edition by...

LifeCycle charity event raises €1,142

Charity event LifeCycle Challenge 2019 raises €1,142 for patients suffering from end-stage renal disease. The event was held at University of Malta Msida Campus and in Valletta. The title sponsor of the event was Nescafé 3in1.

LifeCycle charity event comes to University of Malta and Valletta

The LifeCycle Foundation Malta will hold two charity events to inspire people of all ages to raise money by cycling for patients suffering from end-stage renal disease.

Scientific journal names UoM prof as co-editor, launches new format

Professor Holger Mitterer of the University of Malta becomes the co-editor-in-chief of the journal Language and Speech. The journal also launches a new research format.

University of Malta ranks among top game design schools in 2019

The University of Malta was named among the best graduate schools offering the most prominent programs in game design in 2019, according...

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