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Scientists Create Living Robots Made from Human Cells

Scientists have created tiny living robots, called Anthrobots, from human cells that can move across a surface and encourage the growth of neurons. The discovery is a starting point for the researchers’ vision to use Anthrobots as new therapeutic tools...

Bacteria on Neanderthal Teeth May Help Develop Antibiotics

A recent study suggests that peculiar bacteria found in the teeth of Neanderthals could potentially contribute to the development of innovative antibiotics in the future. This groundbreaking research focuses on the analysis of dental plaque, both from ancient and modern...

Biologist Invents New Microscope Inspired by Sea Creature

A group of researchers has found a way to turn a telescope into a microscope, inspired by the unique eyes of a sea creature. They accomplished this by modifying the mirrors and lenses used in certain types of telescopes. This...

Researchers Find Link Between Epstein-Barr Virus and Multiple Sclerosis

Researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health determined a link between the cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV.) The team's research was published in the journal "Science" on Thursday. MS is an unpredictable,...

Harvard University Considers Creating Courses on Refugee Crisis in Greece

Harvard University, one of the world's most prestigious academic institutions, has reportedly been mulling how to create a course devoted to the refugee crisis which has hit Europe in the last decade. The proposed course would be offered in close partnership...

Unexpected Partnership: Olympiacos Teams Up with Harvard University

Greek football giants Olympiacos are hosting a conference in partnership with Harvard University promoting football’s social responsibility, particularly in relation to refugees and other vulnerable groups. The conference, titled ‘Reinforcing, Crossing, and Transcending Borders: Soccer in a Globalized World’ will take...

Greek Student Accepted to Harvard on Full-Scholarship

Philippos-Ilarion Sytilidis, a student from Thessaloniki, northern Greece has received a full scholarship to attend Harvard University, amounting to 69,000 dollars per year for four years. Philippos, who is currently in his last year of high school, will major...

7 Greek Universities Among the Best in the World

Seven Greek universities were included on the list of the 1,000 best universities in the world that was released by the Center for World University Rankings. The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens ranked in 301st place, rising 30 positions...

German Harvard Lecturer and SPD Member Resigns Due to Greek Issue

A German Political Science lecturer at Harvard University, who has also been a Social Democratic Party (SPD) member since he was 13, has decided to resign. SPD’s Yascha Mounk, became known in Germany due to a letter he sent to SPD chairman...

The Best Universities in Greece and around the World

Greek universities scored very low in the world rankings, while also scoring low on a European level. The top ten universities in the world are mainly from the U.S. As for Greece, the University of Crete got first place, according...