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Title: Biology Symposium 2006
Authors: Deidun, Alan
Keywords: University of Malta. Faculty of Science. Department of Biology
Biology -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Biology -- Research -- Malta
Malta Environment and Planning Authority
Issue Date: 2006-12-03
Publisher: Allied Newspapers Ltd.
Citation: Deidun, A. (2006, December 3). Biology Symposium 2006. The Times of Malta, pp. 1-2.
Abstract: The opening sentence in the foreword by Professor Victor Axiak in the abstracts booklet for 2006's Biology Symposium could not be more eloquent: "This year's booklet... is indeed a bumper one". And in fact, the symposium (held yesterday week) was endowed with no fewer than 29 presentations, including 22 B.Sc. dissertations, six M.Sc. ones and one for a Ph.D. However, only 17 could actually be delivered at the symposium. The team behind the renewed success of the 14th biology symposium is a well-oiled one, featuring the Biology Department (namely Professor Axiak, as head of the department, David Dandria, as editor of the abstracts booklet, John Camilleri and Ramon Grech as lab officers and Tiziana Bartolo as departmental secretary) and the Environment Protection Department of MEPA, which kindly contributes financially towards its organisation.
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