New research published in the latest edition of Xjenza Online

0

The latest edition (volume 9) of Xjenza onlinethe open access peer-reviewed scientific journal of the Malta Chamber of Scientists, includes three articles on recent research projects carried out at the University of Malta.

In a follow-up article to a study reported in Volume 8 on teeth whitening products on the Maltese market, Ikechi McBerry and others focus on patient experience and opinions of post-procedure efficacy .

Researcher Ayrton Zarb writes an article that sheds light on the impact of larger class sizes on the academic performance of business, management and commerce students. Zarb explains how this also affects the economic and social development of society. This research should help encourage university management teams to design smaller class sizes to enrich student academic well-being.

Victor Grech and others publish a study of how COVID-19 mitigation restrictions disrupted livelihoods and economies as health authorities tried to avert countless infections and deaths. This scientific article sheds light on the global economic losses affecting the world, highlighting the unprecedented negative effects that the pandemic has inflicted in terms of both supply and demand side shocks.

Victor Grech and others publish study on how COVID-19 mitigation restrictions have disrupted livelihoods and economies

The scope of Xjenza online is to disseminate innovative scientific research through various forms of literature, including research articles, reviews, original research reports, scientific commentaries and short communications. Researchers, scholars, faculty members, and even students from various disciplines are encouraged to submit articles to the journal. Readers are invited to visit the website below to access the journal.

xjenza.org.mt

Independent journalism costs money. Support Times of Malta for the price of a coffee.

Support us

Share.

Comments are closed.