The Greek startup delegation at SXSW 2017 had two full days presenting their products and services at the SXSW Trade Show, where over 150,000 professionals gather to network, find partnerships and funding.
Scientists at two U.S. firms are working together on a drug, officially called PF-06647020, that targets some aggressive cancers that are notoriously hard to cure, including certain breast, ovarian and lung cancers.
NEON and the New Museum invite you to participate in the open call for the residency program IdeasCity Athens—the next edition of the New Museum's high-profile platform that explores the future of cities with arts and culture as driving forces—which will take place September 19–24, 2016.
Citing potential health risks, the U.S. government announced in May that electronic cigarettes will be regulated just like other tobacco products.
The International Project Discovery Forum (IPDF) is a pioneer in the promotion of international independent film development and co-production: utilizing the innumerable resources that exist in Los Angeles, we aim to create a bridge between two very different worlds - the American independent film and Greek/ Balkan independent films.
LEAP (Listen - LEArn - Play) is not only a series of computer games specially designed for blind children but much more. It is developed to be the base of a building that has to do with the creation of accessible PC games. The first step in this effort is : blind children to become familiar with the easiest way in the use of computers and also with three-dimensional sound.
At the 2015 Emmy Awards, Game of Thrones , the HBO series took home its first statue for best drama, besting the final season of Mad Men and bringing the fantasy series even further into the pop culture spotlight (if that even seemed possible). But the gang from Westeros was far from the only big winner; Viola Davis made history with her statue for How to Get Away With Murder, Jon Hamm won a long-awaited statue, and Transparent combined a history-making win with a bit of public advocacy.
The American documentary "Bully" directed by Lee Hirsch was screened at five high schools in the remote island of Kos, March 30- April 4, as part of the Embassy Athens-sponsored program Docs on Wheels II.