Chrysanthos “Chris” Dellarocas is professor of Information Systems and director of the Digital Learning Initiative at Boston University. His primary fields of study are online reputation, the disruptive effects of social media, and collective intelligence.
Looking at the play between memory and forgetfulness the exhibition Mike Kelley: Fortress of Solitude brings together a range of key works from across the artist’s career in order to reflect on the uncanny condition of psychological homelessness in the contemporary world.
Constantino Brumidi (July 26, 1805 – February 19, 1880) was a Greek-Italian-American historical painter, best known and honored for his fresco work in the Capitol Building in Washington, DC.
A team of scientists led by Greek researcher Kostas Gerasopoulo at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, has partnered with researchers from the University of Maryland (UMD) and the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to develop a new type of flexible lithium-ion battery that can operate under extreme conditions, including cutting, submersion and ballistic impact.
Matt Kovalakides, best known as Matt Koval, has gained worldwide popularity via Youtube. He’s the creator and director of videos uploaded to his personal Youtube channel and he was recently hired to work as a strategist with the major video-sharing website.
A seal discovered in Pylos has left scientists speechless. On an agate gem, that was found in the “Tomb of the Warrior” in Pylos and dates back to 1500 BC, there is a carving which depicts three warriors in battle.
On November 30, the Benaki Museum, the U.S. Embassy Athens, the British Council and the British Embassy Athens are organizing the conference “Museums as Agents of Change: Diversity, Accessibility and Inclusion.”