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Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching
Dec 07, 2009This year's award for Excellence in Academic Teaching in memory of V. Xanthopoulos and St. Pneumatikos will be given to the Professor of Mathematics at the University of Crete, Dr. Souzanna Papadopoulou.
FORTH mourns the loss of its Chairman, Alkiviades Ch. Payatakes
Nov 29, 2009FORTH mourns the loss of its Chairman, Professor Alkiviades Ch. Payatakes
Brain stem cells and the biology of myelin repair, Professor Robin J.M. Franklin, MRC Cambridge Centre for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine.
Nov 09, 2009This is the second colloquium organized by IESL-FORTH in the frame of a series of special lectures involving distinguished speakers active in areas of strong interdisciplinary interest. This colloquium is organized in collaboration with the Medical School of the University of Crete.
European scientists receive funding from Seventh EU Framework Programme to develop novel therapies for inflammation-associated cancer.
Jun 11, 2009A network of scientists led by the Foundation of Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece, have been awarded a grant from the European Commission Seventh Framework Program, aiming to increase our understanding of how chronic inflammation in the body can lead to cancer. It is anticipated that this research program, code-named INFLA-CARE, for Inflammation and Cancer Research in Europe, will also lead to the development of novel approaches for the treatment and improved management of inflammation-associated malignancies, such as liver and colon cancer.