Is it possible to maintain a friendship with someone with radically opposite views? THINK editor, David Mizzi, examines why we should do so. Read More
Trading goods has moved to virtual space. Market boundaries have collapsed as digital solutions are being sold worldwide, pushing the knowledge-based economy to thrive. Christian Keszthelyi discusses the internationalisation potential and successes of Malta-based companies with lecturer Joe Schembri (Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, University of Malta). Read More
Timed Cities, such as those being planned for Milan and Paris, are aimed to change the way cities work. The idea is to create a community where all amenities are within walking distance. Sam Shingles from THINK gets in touch with researchers at the University of Malta who are examining what these timed cities would look like in the Maltese Islands. Read More
Life and death maintain a reciprocal relationship – one gives meaning to the other. From a psychological perspective, acknowledging one’s mortality is necessary to start using one’s days to the fullest, for without death, we are stagnant. Read More
The latest IPCC report on climate change offered the world a stark warning. Timothy Alden speaks to academic Prof. Simone Borg, Malta’s Ambassador for Climate Action and Chairperson of the University of Malta’s Climate Platform and the National Climate Action Board. She recently reiterated the Maltese Islands vulnerability to climate change. Read More
Malta’s steps towards becoming the ‘Blockchain Island’ have seen some criticism lately. Dr Joshua Ellul is the chairperson of Malta’s... Read More