Author archive for RIDT

  • University of Malta-led study discovers Motor Neuron Disease pathway to potential treatment

      A team of scientists from the University of Malta and the Institut de Génétique Moléculaire de Montpellier (CNRS/Université de…

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  • Towards an Innovative Device to Support Children with Language Impairment

    SPEECHIE is a simple concept that could revolutionise the way speech-language pathologists work with children, but like all other things…

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  • Caravaggio: Rediscovering the Lost Years

    Caravaggio is nowadays considered one of the most important artists who’ve ever lived… But this has always been the case!…

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  • ALIVE Cycling Challenge donates €100,000 for Children’s Cancer Research

    ALIVE Charity Foundation presented another record sum of €100,000 to the Research Trust of the University of Malta (RIDT) to further…

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  • Maltco Lotteries signs a cooperation agreement with the University of Malta

    Maltco Lotteries, Malta’s national lottery brand, are collaborating with the University of Malta and have signed an agreement to support…

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  • Could an Aspirin a Day keep Cancer at Bay?

    Could it be that the prevention of certain types of cancer, including colorectal cancer, lie in something as simple and…

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  • Showcasing Brains

    In the second part of the final installment in the series dedicated to brain-related research, neuroscientist Professor Giuseppe Di Giovanni…

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  • Picking Brains – Part 1

      In a two-part final installment in the series dedicated to brain-related research, neuroscientist and coordinator of the Malta Neuroscience…

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  • Technoline Ltd donates research equipment to University

    Technoline Ltd, agents for Shimadzu analytical equipment, has donated a new Gas Chromatograph (GC) to the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and…

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  • University of Malta receives revolutionary high end equipment donation

    University of Malta has received a donation of revolutionary high end equipment which will enhance the study of the Stroke Research…

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