Twice-awarded by the European Space Agency (ESA) for three space experiments that she conducted through the aerospace company Blue Origin, 16 year old Greek student Marialina is now writing scientific research papers for prestigious publications and a children’s physics book to fund her next space station project through the aerospace company Nanoracks.
Nico Gariboldi, head of the digital technology and innovation centre of Pfizer and leader of the Pfizer digital hub believes that Thessaloniki “is a city full of talents” with the potential to become an important technological centre and the Silicon Valley of Greece. He wants to “put Thessaloniki on the map” in terms of innovation and scientific excellence and to also send a clear message that there are strong reasons to invest there.
Made with love and guided by faith, the beautiful creations of Pisti are meaningful cultural gifts that are custom-made by inspiring 23 year old Greek-Australian artist Georgia Xirocostas.
Critics blasted as ‘uneducated for believing that the Egyptian ruler was from an African or Arab descent when she was in fact Macedonian Greek’ in a racial profiling debate following the announcement that Israeli actress Gal Gadot is to play Cleopatra in the upcoming Paramount Pictures movie.
Scientists and experts have presented the Greek island of Antikythera as “the place that can give the solution to climate change.”
Social media users have quickly become embroiled in heated debate involving everything from interpretation of Greek mythology to #MeToo after an announcement that a statue depicting a reversed version of the famous Medusa myth is to be be installed in New York City.
On March 25, 2013, the Cypriot bail-in became a reality and thousands of people saw their savings melt. In an effort to rebounce, Greek investors who were affected by the bail-in have sought legal resort and now seem to stand a fair chance to have their case tried and possibly recuperate a portion of their losses.
The best estimate of malnutrition in Australian community home care settings is around 15% thus ensuring that nutritional needs are met in aged care is an extremely important task. Premier provider of long-term aged care, St Basil’s has exceeded all outcomes in recent accreditation of food safety standards so we talk to them about this complex issue.
At the time of writing, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has reportedly infected 5,588,356 people worldwide and 347,873 people are deceased. That number need not have been so high. So what lessons can be learnt?
Since the COVID-19 pandemic we have, in a show of global solidarity, made our own ‘Sophie’s choice” – health over economy, which is the only right decision. Hopefully the current epidemic will help us to realise the acute danger posed by global dissent.