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Greeks Gone West: Pantelis Rompolas
Greeks Gone West is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about Greek-Americans with interesting work lives. Today's video features Pantelis Rompolas, postdoctoral fellow at Yale University's School of Medicine, Department of Genetics.
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The Greek summer experience, with learning to boot
Harrison Blackman had never been abroad before, but he’d always wanted to see the ancient sites and cities in Greece, so when he s...
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Greeks Gone West: Pantelis Rompolas
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
GREEKS
Greeks Gone West: Kristina Tremonti
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
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Greeks Gone West: Greg Pappas
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
Gazi, from industrial backwater to urban hot spot
A squeeze of young people in their late teens and early 20s ascend the escalator leading out of the Kerameikos metro station. It i...
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Greeks Gone West: Greg Yatanes
“Greeks Gone West” is a series of video vignettes the US Embassy in Athens made about the world of work in the US. Through the pri...
Study finds Greeks with soft spot for conspiracy theories are more likely to hold anti-Semitic views
Anti-Semitism in Greece is more common among people who are susceptible to the lure of conspiracy theories, a new survey has shown...
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Study finds Greeks with soft spot for conspiracy theories more likely to hold anti-Semitic views
 
A survey carried out by a group of Greek experts from local as well as international institutions found that almost half (47.3 percent) of those who tend not to believe in conspiracy theories also disagreed with the assertion that Jews exploit the Holocaust to gain influence.

Greek students to carry out experiment at CERN
 
Odysseus' Comrades, a team of students from Varvakios Pilot School in Athens, have been invited to travel to CERN in Switzerland to carry out their own experiments after winning first place in the Swiss-based research organization's “beam line for schools competition.”
 
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LIMITS
Lessons can from antiquity?
By Simon Critchley
If we listen carefully, we can hear that the ancients are quietly but insistently calling to us. And when they are revived, we will see that when they speak, they do not just tell us about themselves. No. They tell us about us, about what it might mean to be us, about the limits that we face today.
FOOD
HYBRID PASTRIES
From the bougatsan to the cronut
By Lina Giannarou
No hybrid will ever be successful if it doesn’t taste as amazing as it looks. But generally, online discussions are more efficient than an advertising campaign, especially if they lead to an idea going viral.
LIFE
GAZI
From industrial backwater to urban hot spot
By Apostolos Lakasas
Run-down shacks and decrepit sheds, signs of desertion, poverty and degradation, hunger and death: This is where it started 150 years ago for a neighborhood that has today evolved into one of Athens hottest spots.
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