Winners of the Literary Awards Announced
National Literature Awards
The 47th Book Festival (Zappeion, 8/31/2018 to 9/16/20180) and is an event that has been organized within the framework of “Athens 2018 – World Book Capital.”
The 15th Thessaloniki International Book Fair (TBF) took place from 3rd to 6th May 2018 at the International Exhibition Center of Thessaloniki (TIF-Helexpo). The focus of this year’s fair was French-speaking countries and the central theme Democracy in the 21st century.
The mansions of Lindos were, and remain, famous not only for their exceptional architectural façades but also for their interior decor that testified to the vigorous and far reaching Lindian trade from the 17th through the 19th centuries.
In a busy world, Copi is a father who tries to teach the correct path to Paste, his son. But… what is the best way to achieve this?
One of the seminars at this year’s Dance Festival in Kalamata is “The “Revolutionary Dances of Isidora Duncan” that will be conducted by Barbara Kane, along with Françoise Rageau and Sandra Voulgari.
In recent years, due to the increase in their population and the introduction in our country of new species with different biological habits, mosquitoes constitute a risk of for the spread of diseases, such as the West Nile Virus, as they are carriers of these infections.
A team of scientists in Britain – including two Greek Cypriots - have for the first time created a structure that resembles a mouse embryo using a 3D scaffold and two types of stem cells - research which deepens understanding of the earliest stages of mammalian development. The next step will be to do something similar with human stem cells in order to create artificial (in vitro) human embryos.
Daphne Matziaraki’s documentary which chronicles the Coast Guard’s efforts to save the refugees trying to reach the shores of Lesbos has been nominated for an Oscar in the Short Subject Documentary category.
The “Architecture of Libraries” exhibit at the Benaki Museum is organized into five distinct periods that correspond to the evolution of library architecture as it was influenced by the intellectual and cultural criteria of each of those historical periods: Greek world, Roman era, Byzantine Empire, Western Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
400 years since Shakespeare’s death and an array of events worldwide pay tribute this year to the poet and playwright who continues to remain au courant.
"At 100 meters depth lies ahistory of 100 years. And within aradius of two nautical miles in the waters of Kea lie two huge sunken ships anda plane that take us back in time to World Wars I and II."
“Tablets uploaded with Arabic language newspapers for refugees! The ingenuity and speed with which the Veroia Central Public Library organizes its services never ceases to amaze us. It infiltrates the community, listens to its needs, innovates, experiments and envisions the library of the future. It is no coincidence that for the past fifteen years, the building, designed specifically to house a library, is the third most frequented place in the city, after home and work."