Nanoscience, Nanotechnology Summer Schools in Thessaloniki

This school is very different from others. It is not compulsory, students attend classes they are interested in and they don’t have to sit...

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...

Red Alert in Greece and Europe Over Flu Virus

The rapid spread of the flu virus in Greece is due to the fact that this year's vaccine is not effective against the A(H3N2)...

Mystery of Infant Skeletons Found in Athens Ancient Agora Well Solved

American magazine Newsweek, citing a study that was published in the academic journal Hesperia, recently reminded its readers of the unusual and heinous findings archaeologists making...

Shocking Study Finds Eight in 10 Greek Women Cheat on Their Spouse

Extramarital affairs have traditionally been considered male domain, however, a recent study by the Andrological Institute of Athens found that women are just as...

Mediterranean Diet an Ancient Greek Invention, University of Exeter Study Says

Ancient Greek doctors were the ones who invented the infamous Mediterranean diet, as hippocratic physicians used rich flavors in food in order to treat...

Young Greek 2013 Google Science Fair Finalist

Charalampos Ioannou, an 18-year-old Greek, has developed an exoskeleton glove, thanks to which he is a finalist in 2013 Google Science Fair (GSF 2013). Inspired...

Baby Sea Turtle Hatchlings Waddle their Way into the Sea on Crete

Last month youth from all over Europe who have come together to volunteer at Greece's Archelon Sea Turtle Protection Society on the island of...

Greek Astrophysicist Receives L’Oréal – UNESCO Award

To the assistant professor of Astrophysics at the University of Crete, Vaso Pavlidou, went the 2014 Greek L'Oréal – UNESCO Award for Women in Science....

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...

U.S. Astronaut Sends Greetings to Athens From International Space Station

American astronaut Robert S. Kimbrough on Monday afternoon sent a "good evening" to Athens from the International Space Station. The U.S. astronaut also put two...

Greek Universities Open Doors for European Researchers’ Night

European Researchers' Night took place on the last Friday of September for the eleventh year. The annual event celebrating science and research across Europe...

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