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  • Galatolo, Perla; Aquilina, Nicole; Schembri, Kyle (2019)
    Photographic exhibition by students from the JC Photography Club held within the Junior College Library.
  • University of Malta Library. Archives Department (University of Malta Library. Archives Department, 2005)
    The Acta Academiae Melitensis are the oldest extant registers of the University of Malta Archives held by the University Library's Department of Special Collections. This facsimile CD-ROM edition covers the five volumes ...
  • University of Malta Library. Open Science Department (University of Malta Library. Open Science Department, 2019-02)
    The eighteen (18) issue provides information on the amount of publications deposited in OAR@UM according to the respective Centres, Schools and Institutes. The highest amount of publications (429) was gained by the ...
  • University of Malta. Library. Junior College Library; Poulton, Mark-Anthony; Zahra Camilleri, Katja; (University of Malta. Library. Junior College Library, 2019-02)
    In this nineteenth issue of BOOKMark we continue with the third part about the University's Student's Anthem - this time about the author Albert Cassola. We talk about the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Junior ...
  • Borg, Carl (University of Malta Library, 2019-01)
    The Charles Camilleri Bequest; a list of music cassettes belonging to the late composer Prof Charles Camilleri (1931-2009), compiled by Carl Borg 2nd year Music student during practicum with University of Malta Library - ...
  • University of Malta Library. Open Science Department (University of Malta Library. Open Science Department, 2019-01)
    The seventeenth (17) issue provides information on the amount of publications deposited in OAR@UM according to the respective Faculty. The highest amount of deposited publications (1870) was by the Faculty of Medicine and ...
  • Camilleri, Cassi; Gualeni, Stefano (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    A pointed finger can mean many things. It can direct our attention to something, show us which way to go, or demand silence. It all depends on context-the situation in which it is used. This is what philosophers refer ...
  • Scalpello, Michela (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    This year, on the afternoon of May 29, Benjamin Herman went on a rampage in Liege, Belgium. He stabbed two female police officers, then shot them dead with their own guns, before killing another civilian. Claims from ...
  • Moncada, Stefano (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    There are 52 small island developing states (SIDS) in the world, of which 38 are members of the United Nations. While they may differ in many ways, these countries also share certain features that distinguish them from ...
  • Camilleri Fenech, Margaret (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    When people think about the impact waste has on our environment, they usually think about toxic materials in landfills, the land they take up, and the animals harmed by irresponsible waste disposal. But there is more. ...
  • Drago, Aldo (University of Malta, 2018)
    Blockchain is still a big unknown, even for some professionals. Blockchain and the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) have been made infamous by Bitcoin, a digital payment and peer-to-peer monetary transaction system that ...
  • Bonnici, Laura; Cassar, JoAnn; Porter, Jennifer; Pasian, Chiara; De Angelis, Roberta (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    In 1575, just a decade after Malta's Great Siege, the Order of StJohn commissioned Matteo Perez d'Aieccio, a disciple of the school of the world-famous Michelangelo, to capture key historical moments of the infamous ...
  • Havasi, Andras (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    When the firm grounds of research have been laid and a new invention is proven in the laboratory, the possibility of a new journey opens up: from the lab to life. This entails transforming inventions into products and ...
  • Zammit, Rebecca (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    The European Union's success relies on positive relationships-cooperation and good will is key. The EU's Development and Cooperation Policy exists to support these connections. Its focus is on external relations, ...
  • Griffin, Sholeem; Jones, Becky Catrin (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    Let's be honest: very few of us make our lunch from scratch every single day. Although meal prepping trends are slowly catching on, bags of ready-to- eat salad, dips, and cheeses remain very tempting-especially when ...
  • Camilleri, Cassi (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    Relationships are based on trust, communication, and mutual respect. The same can be said of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). Behind all the new ideas, it all boils down to a group of people, hailing from ...
  • Farrugia, Rosienne (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    Being able to plan ahead is crucial in the field of medicine. Think of all the debilitating (and potentially life-threatening) diseases that can be nipped in the bud with a full, time-sensitive analysis. As it happens, ...
  • Duca, Edward; Smith, Russell (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    Launching a business is hard work. Writing for Entrepreneur Europe, NYC-based communications professional Derrek Newton compiled a hilarious list of metaphors linked to the startup process. People likened it to chess ...
  • Callan, Kirsty; Borg Costanzi, Dawn (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    When you sit down to eat your next tuna steak, will you be thinking about where the fish came from, and how it was caught? Will you be thinking about the fishermen's working conditions? The likely answer is no. But ...
  • Delia, Joanna (University of Malta, 2018-12)
    Why now? What is behind this new movement? These new ways of thinking in the local art scene? Contemporary art tells us that it is time to start questioning things-to rethink our priorities, not just as individuals ...

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