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Greek Scientists Find Coronavirus Lockdowns Have Reduced Earth’s Seismic Activity

Measures taken across the world to restrict vehicular traffic and public movement in order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus have begun to...

Greek Scientists to 3D Print Ventilator Valves For Coronavirus Patients

Thessaloniki’s Aristotle University (AUTH) will 3D printing around 50 ventilator valves each day to help cope with the shortages that could be created due...

Greek Winemakers Team Up to Save Endangered Greek Grapevine Varieties

Winemakers from across Greece have pooled their efforts recently to save a total of eleven endangered grapevine varieties which are threatened with extinction in...

NASA-Led Team Commences Research in Santorini Volcano

An international team of scientists and researchers led and funded by NASA began research  in the famous volcano off the island of Santorini on Wednesday night. The...

Will Santorini’s Volcano Erupt in Our Lifetime? Scientists Search for Answers

One of the most common questions people ask about the idyllic Greek island of Santorini is whether its active volcano is expected to erupt...

Cyprus to be Given Honor of Choosing Name of Exoplanet

 It was made public on Wednesday morning that the people of Cyprus will soon have the unique opportunity to choose a name to be...

Mysterious Skeletons Discovered Near Indian Lake Believed to Belong to Greeks

A group of researchers who had previously discovered two piles of skeletons along the shores of India's Roopkund Lake recently published the astounding results...

Athens Earthquake: What Seismologists Say About the Tremor

The earthquake that hit Athens on Friday afternoon brought back memories of the terrifying moments of the deadly quake that shook the Greek capital...

UN Warns One Third of Greece Threatened by Desertification

June 17 is the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, according to a United Nations initiative. This year the organization is sending our new...

Greek University to Conduct its First Experiment on International Space Station

A new, innovative space module, partially constructed by Greece's Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), will be launched from Florida's Kennedy Space Center at Cape...

”Smart” Radar To Protect Thessaloniki’s Sheikh Sou Forest from Wildfire

Local officials from Thessaloniki announced on Wednesday that they have selected two new methods to fight wildfires in the city's peri-urban forest of Sheikh Sou,...

ANEL Party Set To Lose Parliamentary-Caucus Status

The ex co-governing right-wing Independent Greeks (ANEL) party is set to lose its parliamentary-caucus status following a statement issued by its M.P. Thanassis Papachristopoulos,...

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