Greek Colleges Cut Courses 30%

Moving swiftly despite complaints, Greek Education Minister Constantinos Arvanitopoulos said the government would immediately implement plans to cut back the number of university departments...

Former Greek Minister’s Cars Bomb Targets

Two vehicles owned by former Defense Minister Yiannos Papantoniou, who is being investigated over claims made by a Greek newspaper that 12 military helicopters...

UN Says Greece’s Migrants In Abysmal Centers

Migrants in Greece face shocking conditions in detention centers and deepening hostility on the streets as the country goes through its worst economic crisis...

Greek Generals Fired Over PKK Book Airing

Greek Defense Minister Panos Panayotopulos has discharged the head of the War Museum and three other generals following the presentation of a book by...

Greece Will Keep Mandatory Military Service

Despite big cutbacks in defense spending during Greece's crushing economic crisis, “Military Service is and will remain mandatory,” National Defence Minister Panos Panagiotopoulos said...

Greek Student, 17, Invents Iron Glove for Disabled

A 17-year-old student has been awarded a special prize from UNICEF for his innovative invention for people with kinetic problems to the upper limps....

Greek Scientists Nanotechnology Blood Research

Under the guidance of Dr. Demosthenes Stamopoulos, a research team comprised of Greek scientists from the Athens-based NCSR Demokritos has employed new high precision...

Greece’s Team in World Robot Olympiad

The Cyclotron Intelligence team composed by Orestis Mersinias-Psimitis, Christos Yionas-Kontos and Nikolaos Maurokefalos and led by Professor of Information and Communication Technology, Andreas Karampelas,...

Santorini’s Prehistoric Akrotiri Harbor Studied

Research that began earlier this year is still underway at the lost port of Akrotiri on Santorini island. Akrotiri is the name of the...

Greeks on Team That Find Bee Anesthesia

Researchers from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Université Paris-Sud, Cyprus University of Technology, and...

Santorini’s Volcano Will be Watched

An amount of 54,251 euros is going to be offered for the instrumentation procurement and installation of an active system for monitoring volcanic activity...

MIT’s Hydrorobot Heading for Greek Schools

The Hydrobot-based SeaPerch, a prototype robotic program through which trained teachers - who in turn train their students in the construction of an underwater...

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