Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Greek Scientists Create Fastest Ever AI Processor Harnessing Light
The fastest Artificial Intelligence (AI) processor in the world, which consists of photonic neurons and works with light instead of electricity, was created by the scientific team of the Department of Informatics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH). According...
Dispilio: The Lakeshore Prehistoric Settlement of Greece
The Dispilio Lakeshore Prehistoric Settlement is one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in northwestern Greece
Stunning Statue of Hercules Uncovered in Philippi, Northern Greece
An impressive statue depicting Hercules from the Roman times was discovered at the ancient site of Philippi in northern Greece. Alongside the statue, a richly decorated structure, potentially a fountain, was also found. As stated in the Hellenic Ministry of Culture...
First Referral Center for Craniofacial Visible Differences to Open in Greece
The first national referral center for people with craniofacial visible differences in Greece (CRDC) will be soon launching in Thessaloniki.
The Greek Musician Who Played Bouzouki During Brain Surgery
A Greek man was playing bouzouki in the operating room while the doctors were performing brain surgery on him
Sex Scenes Shot at the Acropolis Cause Stir in Greece
A video of lurid sex scenes shot at the Acropolis in the midst of visitors has caused furore in Greece with authorities investigating the incident
Greece Develops Drone Using F-35 Fighter Technology
Greece is developing a drone by using technology employed by the U.S. in the unique fifth generation fighter, the F-35B, which can take off and land vertically. The Greek-designed unmanned aerial vehicle, a fixed wing craft, will be ready in...
Prof. John Kazazis of Aristotle University Dead by Suicide
Professor John Kazazis, the Head of the Center for Greek Language at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, has committed suicide by hanging at the age of 74. Kazazis' body was discovered on Tuesday in an office basement in Kalamaria, Thessaloniki....
Greece Launches Massive Reforestation Program
The Greek Minister of the Environment and Energy Kostis Hatzidakis recently announced the launch of Greece's largest reforestation campaign. The reforestation effort would lead to the planting of over 30 million trees over a period of 10 years. Planting will start...
Greek Law School Students Win Gold in International Mediation Competition
A team of law students from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki won gold and bronze medals at the 2020 International Mediation Singapore Competition, according to the final results released on Saturday. A total of 400 competitors in 48 teams from...