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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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  • The Link Between White Matter & Stroke

    In the third installment dedicated to research in Brain related areas, we chat to Professor Mario Valentino about the Laboratory…

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  • Digitally-Interpreted Eye Vision

      In the second installment dedicated to research in Brain related areas, we visit Dr George Azzopardi’s office to chat…

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  • The Science of Developing Language Skills

      In this installment dedicated to research in Brain related areas, we sit down with Professor Helen Grech, a speech…

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  • A man for All Seasons

    In last week’s blog Four Seasons for Brain Research RIDT CEO Wilfred Kenely speaks about the relationship between art and fundraising…

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  • The Four Seasons for Brain research

    Next month, on Easter Sunday 27th March, RIDT will be presenting Vivaldi’s famous violin concertos The Four Seasons in aid of…

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  • The Power of ‘Sahhtek’ – a national survey on diabetes

    With the third-ever national diabetes survey now underway, the Head of the Department of Public Health at the University of…

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  • The Real Telekinesis

    What would have once seemed like an object straight out of a sci-fi film, is now a device that could…

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