THINK IN THE CITY
SP E C I A L F E AT U R E
n the 28th September, Malta’s Science and Art festival launched to over 12,000 people, as part of the EUwide celebration Researchers’ Night. Science carnival parades, busking, art installations, performances and more filled Malta’s capital with over 20 events — bleeding into the Notte Bianca festival. Science and art are usually seen as two separate cultures. Some humanities branches have directly rejected it, but other fields are embracing science. In Malta, top artists leafed through books, or had a chat with University of Malta scientists to find sources of inspiration (or criticism). Valletta became filled with giant fruit flies and DNA strands (see pg. 20 for more). You could even have sat down, had a coffee, and pondered why there were acetate brain slices hanging in front of Malta’s »
Published on Jan 9, 2013
Think is the University of Malta's Research Magazine. Within its pages are the stories of University of Malta students, alumni, researchers...