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The Falling Walls Lab is an international forum, which aims at building and promoting interdisciplinary connections between young excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all fields.

For the first time this year the University of Malta is organising the Falling Walls Lab Malta to showcase the latest research projects, business models or social initiatives by Maltese young researchers, entrepreneurs and professionals from various disciplines.

Each presenter will have 3 minutes on stage and a distinguished jury consisting of experts from academia and business will select the most inspiring presenter to represent Malta at the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin on the 8th November.

The event is a great opportunity to exchange insights on an interdisciplinary level with fellow researchers and professionals as well as to get involved in exciting discussions and network with excellent scientists and professionals.

To apply for Falling Walls Lab Malta click here.


 

The Falling Walls Lab takes place on 14 October 2015 at the University of Malta Francis Ebejer Hall, Msida, Malta, starting 12.15 pm.

 

An evening full of 3 minutes presentations of research projects, business models and social initiatives by Maltese young excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from various disciplines.
An evening full of 3 minutes presentations of research projects, business models and social initiatives by Maltese young excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from various disciplines.

 

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