Welcome to the website of The University of Malta Research Innovation and Development Trust (RIDT).
RIDT aims to strengthen investment in high-calibre research and development across every faculty and department within the University, and on a national level, and to foster the commercial exploitation of this research.
It does this by attracting support from both private individuals and corporate bodies.
RIDT was established in April 2011 by the Government of Malta with the allocation of €500,000 as seed capital
ALIVE cyclists send off bikes to Prague for their 1000 km challenge
Challenge to start on 9 July.
Europa Donna Malta contribute towards research.
Local NGO Breast Care Support Group donates funds.
Maria Stella Portelli wins FameLab competition.
University Consortium wins bid to host European Researchers’ Night in Malta
Science in the City event confirmed for 2014 and 2015.
ALIVE 2014 cyclists meet researchers at the University of Malta
1,000 km challenge takes place in July.