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    Not to be missed! This Friday at the Science in the City festival sees Andrew Alamango presenting Maltese music he
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 3, 2012
    Not to be missed!

    This Friday at the Science in the City festival sees Andrew Alamango presenting Maltese music he recovered from the 1930s. He’ll be playing the records, telling the story behind the music, which will be followed by an open discussion. Some stories you’ll expect, but there are also few surprises in store. The event will be held in the music room, 7.30pm, 5th October, entrance against a 5 EUR donation — for more info check out: https://www.facebook.com/events/149886371821808/


    If you’re a film buff, then you’ll be spoilt for choice with three movies that touch on mental disease, time travel and genetic modification — Science of Sleep 6th Oct 19:00,Twelve Monkeys 5th Oct 21:00, Gattaca 7th Oct 17:45. All will be held at Cinema Room, St James Cavalier against a fee of 5 EUR. For more info, check out: https://www.facebook.com/events/342875289138785/


    The following week will see the next Café Scientifique event. Ira Melkonyan will talk about BioArt, which WIRED magazine called one of the top 25 ideas of 2012. BioArt is when artists use living tissue or scientific lab equipment to create art. Ira is an artist from the rubberbodies collective with a masters in microbiology and virology, a unique combination perfectly suited for the topic.


    BioArt: Merging borders between art & science will be at 7.30pm 11th October, Music Room, St James Cavalier. It will be followed by an open discussion in the spirit of Café Scientifique. The event is free. More info on: https://www.facebook.com/events/241758482613562/




    Feel free to pass around the attached posters on association mailing lists or to interested friends. Also, please email if you are attending so we get an idea on audience numbers. Thanks to all those who already have been supporting Malta Cafe Sci. Special thanks to the Ramblers Association (http://www.ramblersmalta.org/) and Green Drinks Malta (http://blog.greendrinksmalta.org/).




    Malta Cafe Scientifique (http://tinyurl.com/38nooc9)

    Malta Chamber of Scientists (http://www.xjenza.com




    This project has been funded with support from the VO Fund managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector (MCVS). This project/publication reflects the views only of the author, and the MCVS cannot be held responsible for the content or any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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