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Many scientists tout the benefits of laboratory-produced meat, predicting a bright future, even claiming that humans will no longer eat slaughtered animals a century from now.


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19.11.2022 / 10:57

Scientists at the Goulandris Museum of Natural History, in cooperation with colleagues at Athens University’s School of Medicine studying the impact of diet on people’s health have discovered that certain molecules deriving from plants can help stem the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.


12.11.2022 / 21:24

Polarization, which is becoming increasingly evident in society, doesn’t do anyone any good. It creates a vicious cycle of growing division. It breeds feelings of weakness instead of cultivating intellectual responses to adversity.


20.08.2022 / 21:43

“Humans have the incredible ability of knowing and simultaneously not knowing. Rather, to put it better, they may know something if they really think about it, but most of the time they do not think about it and thus, do not know it,” Yuval Noah Harari wrote in his book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century.”


26.04.2022 / 20:03

While Greece is still taking small steps for mankind in space technology and exploration, the presence of Greeks in the field is “disproportionately large compared to the size of the country’s population and economy,” according to Ioannis Daglis, an Athens University space physics professor and president of the recently established Hellenic Space Center.


07.04.2022 / 10:37

The medieval city of Rhodes is being placed under the protective umbrella of technology as part of a European project coordinated by Greece called Hyperion, which seek to shield antiquities and monuments from the elements.



21.07.2021 / 23:00

The triumph of untruth and obscurantism is taking place in the midst of a progressive boom in information and technology.


15.06.2021 / 09:26

Themis Sapsis, an associate professor of mechanical and ocean engineering at MIT, has developed a complex methodology that allows him to calculate when an otherwise unexpected destructive natural or man-made event may strike.


31.05.2021 / 22:20

For the children who have faced hardship, who have been taken away from their families by court decision and who have found shelter in the farm schools of the Ark of the World, there is no longer “never” and “nowhere,” lost paths and lost worlds. Only a clear path on firm ground. The path is […]


24.05.2021 / 16:29

Sending a code 6 SMS for permission to exercise outdoors may be a thing of the past, but the changes it brought to city dwellers’ relationship with public space will probably stay with us for a while. 


17.05.2021 / 01:14

As a captain in the Hellenic Navy, Dimitris Mitsatsos lived through the violence of war and the loss of comrades, his own injuries and loss of limb, and government silence. As an electrical engineer he learnt much about industry. As director general of the Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA), he contributed to the creation […]


10.04.2021 / 22:23

There exists a hair-raising culture of settling personal accounts, maybe a leftover from before the dawn of civilization, but still acceptable for parts of society where loss of control, crossing the line and eruptions of violence are seen as a natural outcome of upsetting social interactions.