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The paper resulting from the joint investigation of researchers from the University of Malta and the University of Cadiz on seagrass meadows has been published. A collaboration that was born thanks to the SEA-EU initiative to facilitate matched between Alliance colleagues. T.Navarrete-Fernández, R.Bermejo I.Hernández, A.Deidun, M.Andreu-Cazenave and A.Cózar are the authors of this paper titled […]

Today, January 19, 2022, at 12:30 p.m. the raffles of the 18 iPads that the Rector’s Delegation for the European University of the Seas in Cadiz offered to the participants of the surveys on SEA- EU. These surveys, with great participation by, above all, the students of the 6 universities, have been carried out to […]

On behalf of the organising committee of the Foreign Languages Centre at the University of Gdansk in Poland, we are pleased to invite you to our second online InternationalPartners Day ‘Working as an Academic during the Pandemic’ held on Friday, January 21, 2022. This event will focus on our pandemic experience in teaching and learning foreign languages: lessons we […]

On Friday 10th December 2021, the University of Malta’s SEA-EU team led by Professor Baldacchino welcomed a group of forty students from St Ignatius College Handaq Middle School. Among these students were the nine craft competition participants who were given the opportunity to showcase their creations to their peers. The craft competition titled ‘From Trash […]

Do you include the SDGs in your teaching? The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The 17 SDGs are integrated—they […]

The Governing Board, the Executive Committee and the Technical Working Group of SEA-EU will meet in person at the University of Gdansk between November 29 and December 2 to define the next priorities of the Alliance: the justification of the 3 first years and the design of a second stage that will give continuity to […]

What if a healthy ocean were our best ally against climate change? Although the current outlook is bleak, the most important meeting on climate since the Paris Agreement, COP26 ( November 1-12 in Glasgow), is just around the corner. This COP should be a real game-changer for global political ambition to finally match the urgency […]

The first face-to-face meeting of the SEA-EU Technical Working Group took place on October 20 and 21 at the University of Cadiz. A total of 12 technicians have met in two sessions to discuss and design the lines of work in justification and reporting. In the second session, they had the presence of their Project […]

You can now read an interview with Dr. David Saliba from the University of Malta who cooperate with the International Center for Cancer Vaccine Science at UG. Dr Saliba was awarded a University of Malta SEA-EU Research Seed Fund for €4000 to team up with Dr. Małgorzata Lisowska and Prof. Ted Hupp from UG to […]

The University of Malta is one of the six partners forming SEA-EU, a ‘European Universities’ Alliance. A ceremony was held on 27 September to award research seed funds to six chosen initiatives that highlight sustainability, innovation, inclusion and excellence. Awardees were selected after issuing a call for proposals to fund collaborative initiatives among the SEA-EU […]