Skip to content
Feature1_1000x600
ARTS
Bringing the Illiad to Life
Click Here
EatingDisorders_2000x800
SOCIETY
Eating Disorders in Malta
Click Here
Focus7_2000x600
TECH
Games, TAMED, and AI Empathy
Click Here
banner-cofipoms
SCIENCE
Firing Up the Past
Click Here

Website Exclusive Articles

The Terror and Incompetence of Russia’s Warfare

Throughout Russian and Soviet history, autocratic incompetence has sabotaged invasions and subjected civilians to horrific war crimes. Jonathan Firbank recounts Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, then speaks with historian Simone Azzopardi about its place in Russia’s history of terror and incompetence.
Read More

How to do a Public Consultation

The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has published a Public Consultation on the National Strategy for the Environment 2050 (NSE 2050). Public consultations allow people to express their views to lawmakers in the course of setting policy orientations and drafting legislation. Essentially the public provides feedback on the propositions presented. It is a fantastic tool for democracy if used properly.
Read More

All about the Freegan Culture

Malta has one of the highest waste generation rates per capita within the EU. 22% or nearly a quarter of food bought in Malta ends up wasted and thrown away. Malta exceeds the EU average by 24%, and it does not seem to be slowing down. Can we do something about it?
Read More

Aristotle’s Nymphomaniac Ethics

The first in our new THINK Oddities series, where we take a look at the many odd things that dot history! And what better way to start than with the story of Aristotle playing sub? 
Read More

Featured Authors

Becky Catrin Jones

Author

Antonia Ribeiro

Author

David Mizzi

Editor

Martina Borg

Author

Christian Keszthelyi

Author

Latest Articles

Firing Up the Past – Unearthing Experimental Archaeology

A university-led project is fabricating Ancient Roman pottery using local raw materials to understand more about Malta’s past
Read More

Eating Disorders in Malta

Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia are usually associated with teenage women. However, eating disorders can affect anyone, irrespective of gender or age. A local study examines eating disorders in those aged between 10 and 16 years.
Read More

Refugee Students

Learning Diversity: A Case Study of Refugee Students in Primary School is an international project created to provide information about the unique needs of refugee students, their obstacles to success, and the interventions and good practices applied to help them. Jonathan Firbank speaks with lead coordinator, Prof. Simone Galea, about the study’s ethics, methods, and findings.
Read More

How to do a Public Consultation

The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has published a Public Consultation on the National Strategy for the Environment 2050 (NSE 2050). Public consultations allow people to express their views to lawmakers in the course of setting policy orientations and drafting legislation. Essentially the public provides feedback on the propositions presented. It is a fantastic tool for democracy if used properly.
Read More

We make people...

 

We tell the stories of students, alumni, researchers, and professors – sharing their work and discoveries with a general audience. After all, what is the point of research if nobody talks about it?