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Science in the House features 16 projects by UoM and MCAST

The eighth edition of the exhibition Science in the House has been launched, an exhibition that celebrates scientific research activities carried out in Malta by scientists, academicians and engineers.

The Pro-rector for research and innovation, Professor
Saviour Zammit, introduced the four researchers that were recently awarded University Research Grant Awards.

Dr David Zammit was awarded in the Category for Arts, Social Sciences and Humanistic Studies; Dr Jason Gauci for Engineering/ICT; Professor Joseph Borg for the Sciences of Life and Dr Jackson Said for Natural Sciences.

Science in the House is the main activity during the annual festival Science in the City that brings scientists and Members of Parliament under one roof.

The activity 16 scientific research projects at the University and MCAST and for the first time features reality virtual technology.

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