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84-Year-Old Engineering Graduate Makes Dreams Come True

Felipe Espinosa Tecuapetla, an 84-year-old former soldier and shopkeeper from Puebla, Mexico, has become a graduate in process engineering and industrial management. His success has proved that, despite your age, it is never too late to achieve your dreams and...

Wonders of Ancient Greek Technology on Display at Kostanas Museum

Ancient Greek technology got its own museum in Athens, with the opening of the Kostas Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology.

Greek Students Win Gold in Auto Engineering World Competition (video)

Greek students from Philothei High School in Athens won the global technology competition "Land Rover 4x4 in Schools" which took place in the English city of Coventry on Monday. The Land Rover 4x4 in Schools Technology Challenge is an enhancement...

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" graduates in the world. The latest findings were gleaned from information gathered from the OECD...

A Tale of Greece’s Perseverance: The Construction of the Corinth Canal

The Corinth Canal is rightfully considered one of the great engineering accomplishments of Greece. The construction of the Corinth Canal not only changed the shipping world, but it also changed the geography of Greece itself as well, as it technically turned...

Patras University Student Develops Eye-Typing Technology App

The University of Patras in Greece has once again been put under the spotlight, thanks to Evangelos Skodras’ double distinction for the development of EyeType. Skodras is a PhD student at the Wire Communications Laboratory of the Department of Electrical...

Greek 18-Year-Old Accepted in Cambridge University

Nicholas Kateris, an 18-year-old student in Greece spends his time reading, playing tennis and learning about programming. His life would resemble that of his peers if he had not just been accepted to Cambridge University, which he will attend...