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22.01.2020

The TeamViewer Research and Technology Centre in Ioannina will host startups and talents from around the world, will enhance the engineering capabilities of the company while it is expected to offer career opportunities to many graduates of  University of Ioannina.

15.01.2020

Peggy Antonakou, with years of experience in positions of responsibility at other technology giants, takes over general management of  Google Southeast Europe based in Athens.

15.01.2020

A group of Aegean University students  were honoured in the Galileo & Copernicus Innovation Challenge which was held during the European Space Week

 

04.12.2019

The 28 year old Augustos Pantazidis is one of the first six potential astronauts of the Career Astronaut Competition being organised by the private space organisation AdvancingX.

 

19.09.2018

Collaboration, networking and innovative entrepreneurship are the ‘keys’ to the country’s growth prospects. 4,500 Greeks from 20 towns all over Greece and 30 countries from all over the world followed the event via live streaming.

06.09.2018

A meeting focusing on the networking benefits for Greeks around the world, entrepreneurship and the aspects of the brain drain, is being organising by the National Documentation Centre (EKT), the General Secretariat for Strategic and Private Investment of Ministry of Economics and Development and the Municipality of Thessaloniki on Monday 10 September 2018.
 

13.03.2018

Τhe marine park is set to operate in the coastal area of Bros Gialos Bay, outside the protected Natura 2000 area.

 

12.02.2018

The ‘FDM Everywoman in Technology Awards showcases the most dynamic and active women working in STEM.

12.12.2017
The Greek geologist Ioannis Baziotis,is already in the middle of his training in Antarctica. The associate professor at the Agricultural University of Athens is the first Greek to take part in NASA’s mission to discover meteorites and together with the other seven members of the team is enjoying unique research experiences.