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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded grants to two UC San Francisco researchers to pursue innovative approaches to major contemporary challenges in biomedical research.

Archeologist Brendan Foley discovers a bronze disc, at first thought to be part of the Antikythera mechanism.

Stella Kourembanas is the Clement A. Smith Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, Chief of the Division of Newborn Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital & Academic Chair of the Harvard Program in Neonatology.

Meet Themistoklis Sapsis, the Greek scientist who created world-wide buzz for developing novel technique that spots warning signs of extreme events.

Like Jacksonville, many American cities are winning new international business. Cities as diverse as Dayton, Ohio, and Phoenix have economic development organizations working to attract foreign investment.

This summer was a special experience for two young Greeks who participated in the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Institute (BFTF), June 22-July 24 2017.

Throughout May, U.S. EMBASSY ATHENS will showcase the work of women who are #ExchangeAlumni, who visited the States on U.S.-government sponsored programs. In the videos, they will demonstrate the positive effect that their exchange experiences have had on the respective communities they represent. In the third episode, two women share their civil society experiences in the United States.

The second episode of the “Women Changing Greece” video documentary features two Greek women, sharing their experiences on the development of social entrepreneurship from the United States and talking about how they are trying to change social entrepreneurship in Greece

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Insiders Guide to the U.S. (trailer)
U.S. Ambassador Pyatt's interview with ERT
Insider's Guide: The Heart of Las Vegas – America’s "Sin City"
Greeks Gone West: Meet Chrysanthos Dellarocas, the professor from Boston University.

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