U.S. Embassy Athens proudly collaborated with The American College of Thessaloniki – Anatolia College, Deree - The American College of Greece Events, and Perrotis College – American Farm School, to provide higher education scholarships to 141 refugees in Athens and Thessaloniki.
The archive of Greek poet and lyricist Nikos Gatsos has found a permanent home at Harvard Library. The acquisition is a key addition to the Library’s collections in Greek literature and civilization and will be made available to students and scholars around the world.
The biggest event for the world’s most popular sport is going to get bigger. Three countries — the United States, Mexico and Canada — won a “United Bid” to host the first expanded World Cup tournament in 2026.
Students from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki created a “smart” application which “decodes” the crying of babies. This application got them qualified for the World Microsoft’s contest Final “Imagine Cup 2018”, which will be held at the end of July in Seatle, USA. The app iCry2Talk was developed at the Biomedical Signal Processing Laboratory of the Engineering Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (AUT), under the supervision of Professor Leontius Hadjileontiadis, and promises to free many parents’ hands.
Dr. Nassis is aware of the IoT revolution (Internet of Things) since 2008 he founded Netronix, one of the industry's leaders. The platform he has developed and the innovative solutions based on it have been utilized in products and services by 300 external partners in areas such as environmental monitoring, fleet monitoring and many more.
From 9 to 18 March 2018, the founders and members of 9 new ventures that traveled to Texas, had the opportunity to present their company to the International Accelerator program, founded by Hellenic American economist and investor, Mr. Angelos Angelou in 2013.
From the UCLA photo archives an amazing article and photos of two young Americans William L. Sachtleben and Thomas G. Allenwho came to Greece on a round the world cycling trip in 1890.
Can you even imagine all the ideas and innovations brewing in Silicon Valley? If you ask Greek molecular biologist Dr. Fay Christodoulou, her dreams became a reality there.