Transport Malta will be at Science in the City, in Valletta tonight, giving you an opportunity to be creative for road safety.
Don’t miss our special exhibition, demonstrating the science behind our transport system and to inspire a new generation to a career in STEM.
This year the event’s theme is Exploring Today’s Research in Tomorrow’s Society and the impact of the work of researchers at the University of Malta.
You’ll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with researchers and be enlightened by their new research, experience explosions and conduct your own experiments as they bring the future of research to life today.
This year’s special features will include a first for Malta: a life-size hologram that will showcase the future of healthcare and medical research before you in 3D, with no need for those clumsy goggles. Also featured are the team from Greenhouse, who will be taking over President’s Palace to convince you of the importance of bees to our ecosystem with #Bees4Food. Late Interactive and EU project HOT, in collaboration with the university, will be back with their new installation Light Pushes Stuff. This offers you the chance to control panels of kinetic light pads with nothing other than the torch light of a smartphone. Visit the Science Fair as it takes over Parliament Square with vortex cannons, underwater rovers and so much more.
We hope you can join us for this all this and so much more at the biggest Science in the City event yet!
The Science in the City—European Researchers’ Night festival is recognised by EFFE and organised by the University of Malta, Malta Chamber of Scientists, and Research Trust (RIDT), together with a host of partners and sponsors, and funded by the EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action of the Horizon 2020 (H2020) Programme (2014–2020).
Full programme: www.scienceinthecity.org.mt