How historic pottery sherds outlived their makers and inspired a contemporary artist.Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what the cities of the future could look like? Do you imagine a dystopian, Orwellian hellscape of mass surveillance, or a hyper-efficient, super-city? An international research project is laying the foundation for Smart Cities (the latter kind!).Continue reading
The importance of digital literacy has been undisputed for some time now, but the recent pandemic brought this into centre stage on a global level. As more of us shifted to the digital world, inequalities and gaps in our overall knowledge and preparedness were made starkly evident. An Erasmus project is trying to tackle these issues head on and attempting to learn from our recent past…Continue reading
Innovative teaching methods can make even the most ancient works feel contemporaryContinue reading
Patients are currently monitored using wired leads (electrocardiographic cables). This decreases patient mobility and comfort. Studies have shown that it can also lead (pun not intended) to long-term skin damage, especially with newborns. A team of researchers from the University of Malta (UM) are examining whether some of this data can be extracted through digital cameras, removing the need for cables.
What if hospitals could use ordinary digital cameras to monitor patients’ vital signs?Continue reading
Calorie-counting and crash diets may seem like the most accessible ways to get in shape, but a focus on what’s actually in the food we eat might reveal that staying healthy doesn’t need to be as difficult as we think… THINK speaks to University of Malta experts to find out the real deal.Continue reading