It is a common secret from Russia to Latin America and from Eastern Europe to the Western Balkans that hooliganism and common crime often tread common ground; that hard-line associations of fans of the rituals of war and violence are sometimes the reservoirs from which extremist formations and organized crime recruit executioners. Young people who […]

13.11.2023 / 12:28

The development program by universities and businesses for the launch of 12 nanosatellites (CubeSats) with innovative functions in communications and Earth observation is reportedly in the final planning phase.

26.08.2023 / 20:32

A new wave of conspiracy theories and fear is swelling in the wake of the successive devastating wildfires of recent days. According to these conspiracy theories, “foreign agents” and undocumented migrants are to blame for the wildfires, instead of the negligence, the imprudence, the oversights and mistakes of the state’s agencies, and the malice of certain individuals.

12.08.2023 / 20:30

Once, not so long ago, a prevalent practice permeated the realm of politics. This practice revolved around adopting minimal or even nonexistent measures, driven by a seemingly impenetrable belief that natural forces would eventually restore equilibrium.

21.07.2023 / 23:24

It was a dilemma that some might have faced amid this week’s wildfires in Kouvaras, Dervenochoria, or Megara after receiving the text message from the emergency number 112, urging them to evacuate. Should they stay or should they go?

01.05.2023 / 09:41

The power of image can now replace the force of iron bars, and social networks can replace public squares for spreading rhetoric.

28.03.2023 / 21:30

Is the Greek public concerned about the impunity witnessed on the island of Mykonos which came to light after the violent attack against an archaeologist? Or is it part of a “tradition” according to which, even when criminality is off the charts, it is largely ignored and therefore perpetuated?

19.11.2022 / 16:04

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.

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.