Greek Graduate Designs Homes For Europe’s ”Moon Village”

Angelos Chrysovalantis Alfatzis is a Greek who, along with his colleagues, designed the premises of a future European establishment on the moon. Alfatzis' team, which...

February 9 is International Greek Language Day

Following years of efforts and campaigning by academics, teachers and Greek people around the world, the ninth of February was officially declared International Greek...

US Embassy Offers Ten Scholarships for Greeks to Study in the US

The U.S. Embassy in Athens announced on Wednesday the launch of a new program which will give the chance to ten Greek students to...

Children are Curious to Know: Who Were the Spartans?

Curious Kids, a website that posts inquiries made by the most curious of minds -- those of children -- recently found themselves answering a...

First “Green School” in Greece to Open on Skyros Island

Renewable energy sources, solar systems, water-saving systems and the first bioclimatic gymnasium on an island are part of plans for the energy upgrade of...

Greek PhD Graduates on the Decline

According to data published by Greece’s National Documentation Center on Friday, the number of PhDs issued by Greek universities has slightly declined compared to...

Greek Teachers Protest Against Proposed Legislation in Athens

Thousands of public school teachers joined a rally in central Athens on Thursday protesting the Education Ministry's proposed law on a new hiring system...

Teachers Clash With Riot Police in Central Athens

  Teachers and riot police clashed in central Athens on Monday afternoon, following a protest against a new system of hiring educators which the Greek...

Young Greek Researchers Present Breakthrough Electric Car

By Phil Butler* In October of 2018, Aristotle University's "Electric - Aristurtle Racing Team" revealed a new electric racecar to the world. Named “Iris”, the unique vehicle...

Greece Among ‘Smartest Countries on Earth’ in Relation to STEM Graduates Numbers

According to the latest available data, published annually by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Greece has the sixth-highest number of "STEM"...

Number of Students in Greek Schools to Drop 30% by 2035

The number of students in Greek schools will decrease nearly 30 percent by 2035, with the largest drop in absolute figures being recorded in...

Greek PM Tsipras Announces New International University in Thessaloniki

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday announced the creation of a new international university headquartered in Thessaloniki and operating various departments in Thessaloniki, Serres,...

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