NSTF organised the 3rd Session of the Malta Students Science Forum with the theme Force for Unity - One law to rule them all. The session was held at the Ministry of Education and was opened by Hon. Evarist Bartolo. 3 presentations were delivered during this session by: Sarah Suleiman and James Scicluna, Kelly Vella and Edward Degabriele, and Sara Vella and Nicholas Tabone Adami. A key note speech was delivered by Dr. André Xuereb, Affiliate Lecturer at the University of Malta.
NSTF invites all Primary and Secondary Schools to visit the NSTF Science Expo between the 7th and 11th of April 2014. The event will be held at the Institute of Applied Sciences, MCAST, Paola. The visit for each group of students will take 2 hours per group.
This years’ Science Expo will feature several activities from different fields of Science. Visit our facebook page www.facebook/nstfscience and our portal www.nstfmalta.eu regularly to keep yourself updated with this year’s main attractions which include live demos by foreign science communicators and an exhibition of over 50 projects prepared by students.
As per last year entrance during the expo is free of charge. However NSTF will be accepting a donation of Euro 1 from each student which donation will be donated to a philanthropic organisation during the Awards Night on 12th April 2014. Teachers are encouraged to collect the donation before the event and present during the expo to an NSTF representative.
NSTF invites Primary and Secondary Schools in Gozo to visit the NSTF Science Days in Gozo taking place between the 26th and 28th of March 2014 from 9am till 1:00pm. The visit will take 2 hours per group of students.
This science communication event is being organised for the first time in Gozo by NSTF in collaboration with the Ministry for Education and the Ministry for Gozo.