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CERN Exhibition at Eugenides Foundation in Athens

An impressive, interactive exhibition created by CERN, aiming to bring the public closer to the experiments of the large underground accelerator, will be hosted at the Eugenides Foundation from April 12 to May 31. The exhibition can be attended by...

The Great Hellenikon Park Sell-Out

The most valuable piece of real estate in the world is New York’s Central Park – precisely because it is a park in the heart of the capital of the world and would be worth an uncountable amount of...

One Bidder For Hellenikon, Tsipras Sounds Warning

After plans by the government to develop the former Hellenikon national airport site on Athens' coast  got only a single bidder as other companies withdrew with complaints the process was flawed, Greece's opposition party leader threatened to overturn the...

Greek Nikos Manafis Designs Car of the Future

Nikos Manafis is a graduate of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) school of architecture. Within the frame of his dissertation project, he presented a small city vehicle. In particular, Nikos Manafis’ creation is more like a hydrogen vehicle...

Two More 24hr Strikes for University of Athens

The University of Athens, Greece administrative employees announced their decision to go on two more 24-hour strikes against the Board’s recommendation. Yesterday, the University of Athens Law School President, Mr. Fortsakis, announced the beginning of courses. However things didn’t...

Economist: Crisis Put an End to "Eternal Student" Phenomenon

It appears that the crisis has changed the attitude of Greek students towards their studies. In the past years they weren't hurrying to complete their studies but nowadays they desperately get back to universities. The financial magazine "Economist," referred to the...

Greek Universities at a Stalemate

New developments suggest that there is a high probability that the academic semester of the Universities of Athens will be lost. The administrative employees of UoA announced a new 48-hour strike this Wednesday and Thursday; NTUA employees announced yet...

Universities Remain Closed

Although the government seems optimistic that the impasse between university administrative employees and the Ministry of Education will be lifted, it still appears that students are being held hostage by the strikes. The Ministry of education seems to be backing...

Greek Universities Admin Employees Insist on Strike

The administrative staff of Athens and Technological Universities will proceed with 24-hour strikes on Wednesday and Thursday. Despite the announcement of the new strikes, the Education Ministry appears optimistic about the outcome of the situation. This estimate is based on two factors....

Greek University Employees Announce Yet Another Strike

The administrative employees of the University of Athens suggested a new three-day strike on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, to their federation. The employees will hold an Assembly on Tuesday the 26th of November in order to address the five...