PM praises Science Council

The Prime Minister this morning visited the offices of the Malta Council for Science and Technology and praised the staff for their work in research  and innovation.

Dr Gonzi was taken around Villa Bighi, where the council is based, by chairman Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando and CEO Nicholas Sammut. 

The research and Innovation fund doubled twice over in the past two years. From €350,000 in 2009, it has now increased to €1.6m.

The council had started off with two researchers in 2008 and now has over 90.

The MCST report can be seen on pdf below.



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