Science in the City @ Notte Bianca

Age: All Ages
Starts: 7pm till 1am, 1 Oct
Venue: Notte Bianca

Performances, experiments and exhibitions will transform the Grandmaster’s Palace with Science and Arts. There will by Revving cars (UoM Racing), Shark Bite (Sharklab-Malta), a Brainrave music and light installation (Andrew Schembri and Toni Gialanzé), anthropomorphic sculptures (liliana fleri soler), Cortex art installation (Raphael Vella), an evolution of psychiatry exhibition (Mount Carmel Hospital), Malta’s seabird secrets (Birdlife Malta), student organisations with interactive games and experiments (S-Cubed, ASCS, IEEE), a rare disease area (National Alliance for Rare Diseases Support Malta), NSTF Science, natural wonders found in our towns and villages (Lichen It, Fingerprints) and science shows, short plays, and a talk by renown neuroscientist Ludvic Zrinzo. The area is a must see!

In the Malta Postal Museum (Archbishop street), enter an immersive performance exploring your senses. The University School of Performing Arts (USPA) students have modified the museum to create a unique show: Sense and explore!

Science in the City is organised by the University of Malta, Malta Chamber of Scientists, and Research Trust (RIDT), together with a host of partners and supported by the EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action of the Horizon 2020 (H2020) Programme (2014–2020).

Science Man