Science

The Athens Science Festival Returns to Technopolis City

One of the largest science and technology festivals in Greece, the 3-day event will feature a host of interactive workshops, demonstrations and talks.

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Science

Who is Artemis? NASA’s Latest Mission to the Moon

The latest lunar exploit, named after the Greek goddess of animals, hunting and the wilderness, aims to study the effects of radiation on women’s bodies.

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Science

Last Supermoon of the Year to Light Up the Sky Tonight

Is the heat keeping you indoors? Don't worry, the view of landmarks and ancient sites will be even better after nightfall.

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Science

First Supermoon of the Year to Rise on Monday and Tuesday Night

Though dubbed the "pink moon," it won't be appear in any unusual color. It will, however, be incredibly big and bright.

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Science

Greek-US Team Maps Santorini Volcano Group

The researchers say the map will improve risk assessments in the seismically and volcanically active area.

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Science

Undersea Robot “Hunting Dogs” to Sniff Out Active Quake Spots

The Greek-led research project aims to find which faults are active in the Aegean Sea using autonomous robots designed to detect certain chemicals.

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Environment

Scientists Seeking Medical Potential of Invasive Fish

Experts are conducting researches on the silver-cheeked toadfish, the cornetfish and the lionfish, which are new to Greek waters.

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Environment

As Greeks Lower Volume, Experts Can Hear the Earth’s Murmurs

Much like air pollution for astronomers, noise pollution often obscures the view for seismologists in Athens and Thessaloniki.

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