23 February, 2016
University students from S-Cubed at the University of Malta recently visited the new offices of AAT Medical, as part of a tour of the Malta Life Sciences Park.
The Science Students’ Society, (S-Cubed) was founded to promote unity among all students and potential students of science through social and educational activities.
During the visit, the students were able to see some of the research under way at AAT Medical. They were briefed by AAT’s audiology team on the function of the audiology labs and were among the first to see AAT’s newly-installed state-of-the-art gait analysis laboratory.
“The link between academia and industry is extremely important and these visits will help students to see how science is applied in the real world, and the areas of specialisation that they can consider after graduation,” Dr Adrian Attard Trevisan, founder AAT Medical, said.
“Research and innovation are extremely important and we will be organizing a series of expert lecturers in the coming months to increase awareness of what research is under way in the fields of neurofeedback, autism, epilepsy and depression,” he added.