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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...

Scientists Reveal This Winter Was Warmest on Record in Europe

Scientists from the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service announced recently that the period between December 2019 and February 2020 was the warmest winter...

”Rebrain Greece”: Government Presents Pilot Program to Bring Professionals Back from Abroad

A new pilot program for the repatriation of at least five hundred Greek professionals with high qualifications and experience, dubbed "Rebrain Greece," was presented...

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...

Scientists: Zakynthos Earthquake Moved Island By 3 Centimeters

The island of Zakynthos has moved at least three centimeters to the southwest following the strong earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale that...

World Top Scientists Gather in Cyprus for International Space Summit on Mars

Top scientists from around the world will gather this week in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia for an International Space Summit. The International Space Summit...

58 Ancient Shipwrecks Found in Greece ‘Among Top Archaeological Discoveries of the Century’ (video)

Greek and foreign scientists are really excited with the surprising discoveries in the archipelago of the Greek island of Fournoi. At least 58 shipwrecks, most...

Scientists Warn of Quakes Stronger than 7 Magnitude in the Aegean

A scientific study has warned that the five major fault lines that exist at the bottom of the Aegean Sea between Santorini and Amorgos...

Researchers Trace 7.2-Million-Year-Old Pre-Human in Northern Greece, Balkans

Researchers have found evidence that the split of the great ape and human lineage took place in the Eastern Mediterranean and not in Africa...

Greek Scientists Sound Alarm Over Pharmaceutical Expenditure

Pharmaceutical expenditure in Greece has been steadily reducing over the last years and needs to be increased by at least 200 million euros compared...

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,...

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