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Uploaded On: 25/11/2022

EMBL deepens scientific collaboration, opening the door for greater engagement and opportunities for Malta’s life science community EMBL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Malta, boosting an already vibrant relationship between the country’s research community and Europe’s flagship life science organisation. Previous interactions include training in Genome Biology, organised in collaboration with the Ministry for Education and Employment and the ...

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Uploaded On: 23/11/2022

By the 2030s, the world will generate around a yottabyte of data per year — that’s 1024 bytes, or the amount that would fit on DVDs stacked all the way to Mars. Now, the booming growth of the data sphere has prompted the governors of the metric system to agree on new prefixes beyond that magnitude, to describe the outrageously big and small. Representatives from governments worldwide, meeting at the General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) outside Paris on 18 November, voted to...

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Uploaded On: 21/11/2022

Industrial development is of critical importance for sustained and inclusive economic growth in African countries. Industry can enhance productivity, increase the capabilities of the workforce, and generate employment, by introducing new equipment and new techniques. Industrialization, with strong linkages to domestic economies, will help African countries achieve high growth rates, diversify their economies and reduce their exposure to external shocks. This will substantially contribute to ...

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Uploaded On: 21/11/2022

The Malta College for Arts, Science, and Technology (MCAST) inaugurated new premises and facilities for the fully accredited Centre for Maritime Studies (CMS), which forms part of the Institute of Engineering and Transport (IET). Industry players were also invited to visit the new Centre and meet students. The CMS offers a wide range of maritime programmes at different qualification levels, supporting both local and international demands in the maritime industry through proven, qualified, ...

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Uploaded On: 16/11/2022

The joint call is the first UN Ocean Decade focused contribution and implementing activity by JPI Oceans, in its role as Decade Implementing Partner for Europe. The call offered a concrete opportunity to systematically approach ocean challenges, support policy and governance, and carry out experimental research activities on the emerging issue of the acoustic pollution of ocean and seas. In the first phase, thirteen project proposals involving partners from all eight participating countries...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

The Noise Aaction Plan is designed to address the management of environmental noise affecting the Malta agglomeration from transport noise including road and air, together with industrial noise as well as Major Roads across the Maltese Islands. Noise as a nuisance and environmental noise pollution are different and are not interchangeable. It is continuous long-term exposure to noise that exceeds a limit that harms the environment that is considered as pollution. The NAP is planned to: Provide ...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

Lithium is an essential ingredient of batteries, and a secure supply will be vital for the UK’s automotive and energy industries. Moreover, critical minerals are also fundamental in a range of critical technologies, including mobile phones, wind turbines, and fighter jets. Critical minerals are at significant risk of supply disruption due to volatile markets and complex supply chains, with the demand for critical minerals forecasted to quadruple globally by 2024. As a result, the UK needs to ...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

The European Union and the Kingdom of Morocco have consolidated their cooperation on protecting the environment, conserving biodiversity and fighting climate change with the launch of the EU-Morocco Green Partnership. This is the first Green Partnership the EU signs with a partner country. It aims to advance the external dimension of the European Green Deal through action on the ground. Work will be developed across three main thematic axes: climate and energy; the environment including marine ...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

CREACT4MED is a project funded by the EU through the EuropeAid Programme, which aims to strengthen businesses with the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs). It seeks to support entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs, create jobs, and foster sustainable economic growth in the Southern Mediterranean, with a particular focus on young people and women. CREATE4MED.JPG Read their latest newsletter here or visit the below link for futher information. Information, image and video source...

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Uploaded On: 08/11/2022

The International Week of Science and Peace was first observed during 1986 as part of the observance of the International Year of Peace. The organization of events and activities for the week was undertaken as a non-governmental initiative; the secretariat for the International Year of Peace was informed of the preparatory activities and the final summary of events that occurred during the week. The organizers sought to encourage the broadest possible international participation in the ...

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