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Smart cities work for people with disabilities

While smart cities have existed in theory since the 1980s, their presence expanded in the past decade along with the rapid integration of technology into everyday life. By 2025, demand for smart city services is expected to grow by more than 30 percent across Europe, Africa and Latin America.

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Mind the Lab

Is it possible to experience science and innovation ... on our commute? Now you can, with “Mind the Lab” program on Athenian Metro stations, this Friday February 3!

Greeks Gone West: Meet Alexia Tsotsis, the Greek woman who made it to the Forbes list of up-and-coming journalists under 30!

"One of the reasons I am interested in startups, is perhaps providing remedy for the crisis in my own country, in Greece. If you invent something or you make something or build a platform, you can actually create jobs not just for yourself but for other Greeks around you. I think that that entrepreneurial impetus and that risk is going to be very important in the 21st century."

You could be the next Greek Code Girl!

"In Athens, Greece, only 26% of the total numbered of registered students in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) schools are women, compared to 74% of registered students being men."

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U.S. Embassy Athens sponsors “CodeGirls” - An interactive coding program for young girls in Kalamata and Kozani!

The U.S. Mission to Greece is partnering with the Greek NGO Mataroa to sponsor a one-of-a-kind, innovative coding program for Greek girls aged 10-16. In an attempt to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors, this program aspires to educate, inspire, and equip high-school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

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3D Printing

In the first major exhibition in Greece dedicated entirely to this amazing technology, more than 100 pieces by luminaries of Art, Architecture, Fashion, Science, and Product design combine to hint at the transformed commercial, public and private spheres of tomorrow.

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Call for innovative ideas using technology

The Singularity University in collaboration with TEDxAcademy tries to promote technology and innovative ideas in Greece in a special way. "As we read in the website a contest is running where the invitation reads:

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U.S. Ambassador Pyatt to American Citizens on COVID-19

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