17th-22nd September 2015 - Participation in EU Contest for Young Scientists (Milan)

The winner and the runners-up in the national Contest for Young Scientists, organised by NSTF this year, namely Enrico Zammit Lonardelli from St. Aloysius College with his project ‘Can an apple a day keep asthma away?,’ Gabriel Tabone & Laura Farrugia from St. Aloysius College with their project 'Removal of Cell receptor from blood serum’ and Nicole Grech Flores & Jessica Bonnici from St. Aloysius College with their project ‘An in vitro study to measure antioxidants activity,’ will be representing Malta at the EU Contest for Young Scientists in Milan.

Visit the official website for more information.

Focus Areas

  • NSTF Mini European Assembly >

    The NSTF Mini European Assembly was launched in 1989. The main objective is:“to complement the formal education process of post-secondary Read More
  • NSTF Student Travel Bursaries >

    The National Student Travel Foundation (NSTF) has over the last 30 years supported over 650 students through Euro 125, 000 Read More
  • NSTF National Heritage Projects >

    Malta has a very rich cultural heritage dating back some seven millennia and more with a vast patrimony coming from Read More
  • NSTF Science Programmes >

    NSTF-Science is a series of educational programmes run by the National Student Travel Foundation on a philanthropic basis to popularise Read More
  • NSTF Prize for Initiative >

    The NSTF Prize for Initiative was set up in 1979. The “NSTF-Prize for Initiative” awards the spirit of Initiative of Read More
  • Malta Student Psychology Forum >

    The National Student Travel Foundation (Malta) – NSTF, in collaboration with Betapsi, launched the Malta Student Psychology Forum (MSPF) in 2014. Read More
  • NSTF Cultural Programmes >

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