Less Cases of AIDS in Greece in 2014

World AIDS Day in 2014 finds Greece on a positive note as cases have decreased this year, after a rise in HIV infections in...

Greek University Students Develop Online Tool for Dyslexics

Students of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki have created an innovative interactive tool that helps dyslexics read easier online, says a report in Chinese...

Vangelis Composes Theme for Rosetta Space Mission

Oscar-winning Greek composer Vangelis (Papathanasiou) has been commissioned to write three musical numbers for the Rosetta ESA mission. The European Space Agency made history yesterday...

Eudoxus of Cnidus: The Man Who Changed Geometry

Eudoxus, born in Cnidus, Asia Minor, was one of the most important scholars of ancient Greece. He was a great mathematician who helped in the...

New Evidence: Santorini Caldera Created From ‘Pyroclastic Flows’

Scientists presented their study on the different stages in the creation of the caldera and came to the conclusion that the catastrophic tsunami that...

Brilliant Scientists With Innovative Ideas

Young educated people with innovative “green” ideas are willing to change their fellow citizens’ lives. They are not afraid of competition; on the contrary,...

Athens’ First Mini Maker Faire Showcases the Innovative Talent of Youth in Greece [video]

Stavros Messinis, founder of The Cube and Kostas Fontalis, founder of Xeirotexnika teamed up to combine the technology and DIY communities for Athens' first...

Greece’s National Monuments Need Better Protection From Earthquakes

Constatinos Spirakos is both a professor in the department of Civil Engineering at the National and Technical University of Athens and a Director of...

2nd Israel-Greece Joint Meeting on Nanotechnology and BioNanoscience to Take Place in Crete October...

The 2nd Israel-Greece Joint Meeting on Nanotechnology and BioNanoscience is taking place from October 25-28, 2016 at the Hotel Aquila Atlantis in Heraklion, Crete. The Institute of Electronic...

Greek Professor who Solved “Nash Puzzle” Sad over Brain Drain

Constantinos Daskalakis said that he is saddened by the fact that young, educated, talented Greeks leave the country, because they can not advance or...

Five Dead Inside Amphipolis Tomb

The remains found in the grave of the Amphipolis tomb, Greece , belong to five dead and not one, as archaelogists had initially thought. Greece...

London School of Economics Tries to Solve Greek Crisis

With Greece mired in a crushing economic crisis with seemingly no way out, a panel at the London School of Economics on Sept. 11...

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